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Full Tilt Poker's parent company Pocket Kings appears to be hiring employees to help re-launch the former poker giant's web service.
The ads were posted on an Irish hiring website, with the company looking for localization experts and customer service representatives. The positions are temporary that "may become permanent".
Pocket Kings is looking for applicants who have language skills in German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, French, Hungarian, Romanian, Polish, Swedish, Danish and Czech as well as a passion for poker. Experience in the gaming sector is considered a plus, and employees will be expected to review and maintain poker websites and game clients.
In other Full Tilt news, a report by poker site Pokerfuse states that one of the former companies that made up Full Tilt Poker has applied for a gaming license in Alderney. The company, Orinic Limited reportedly has applied for a Category 2 gaming license which would allow the company to manage money and offer gambling services to clients.
Previously Orinic held an AGCC license, although it was unable to manage funds. The license was suspended last year after the events of Black Friday when the poker site was shut down.