Former Full Tilt Pro ‘Great Dane’ Gus Hansen: Amaya will launch the new shortly FullTilt.dk platform in Hansen’s native Denmark.
FullTilt.dk will launch in Denmark, having been granted a license to provide poker and casino games from the Danish Gambling Authority (DGA).
PokerStars has been operating licensed gaming in the country since the beginning of 2012, well before Amaya Inc acquired the two poker sites from the Oldford Group.
This represents simply the second time that Full Tilt specifically has been awarded a license under Amaya, and the very first time it did therefore in order to enter a territory that is new.
Both Comprehensive Tilt and PokerStars were issued licenses by the UK Gambling Commission earlier this year, but both had been operating in the united kingdom long before.
The licenses became a requirement to work in britain under the new online gambling regime which came into force at the beginning of 2015.
This new gambling work stated that operators had to be taxed and licensed in Britain in order to engage because of the British market. Formerly, both sites’ licenses were from the UK white-listed jurisdiction the Isle of Man had been fit for function.
Interestingly, Amaya has declined to make application for a permit in Spain, a stuttering, ring-fenced market dominated overwhelmingly by its big sister site. Denmark’s online gambling market, having said that, was a success story itself up Continue reading “Amaya Receives Danish License for FullTilt.dk”