Full Tilt Transition To Recreational Player -centric Site Continues

New reward system favours casual players

Management at Full Tilt continued to apply the new recreational player-favoured company strategy this week, announcing new reward structures for its Player Club members.
In a statement the company detailed the rewards, which include boosting giveaways in free-roll tournaments; mystery prizes for regular weekly players; and added money tournaments.
"In the first month after Players Club launches, we'll bump these rewards even more to ensure all players get to enjoy the new benefits, with over $200,000 in added value," the statement promises.
Player Club action will be intensified with a new game titled The Deal, which offers a diversity of prizes ranging from tickets and cash to a $100,000 progressive jackpot.
"We've crafted the entire experience in such a way that if you're an average player playing an average session, you'll get a shot at that jackpot pretty much every single time you play," the statement claims.
"The changes introduced over the last month are based not only on our in-depth analysis of Full Tilt, our customers' behaviour and the poker industry at large, but are part of our philosophy to keep poker fun, no matter where you're playing or what stakes you're wagering."

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