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Revitalized online poker site Full Tilt Poker has contacted its non-US players this week to let them know the details of their upcoming re-launch and informing them of how they can access their accounts.
In an email to players, Full Tilt reveals that its new owners the Rational Group have appointed new management at the poker company to re-launch the company as a separate brand from PokerStars, giving punters another choice when it comes to the card game.
The company's email shares that: "Following re-launch, you will have complete access to your account - including your full balance - and you can once again play on the innovative online poker platform that made Full Tilt Poker home to serious online poker players."
"This means you'll soon be able to return to the Full Tilt Poker games and tournaments that you've known and loved for years, secure in the knowledge that your experience is now backed by the same account security and game integrity that millions of Pokerstars players have trusted for more."
The electronic correspondence also reveals that the company is now licensed by the Isle of Man, "....which is among the most trusted and rigorous e-gaming regulatory jurisdictions in the world. The Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission maintains vigilant standards for e-gaming, particularly the safeguarding of player funds."
The email also goes on to share that players will be granted:
Normal access to your Full Tilt Poker player account with your current password
Renewed access to all Full Tilt Poker real and play-money games
Access to your total balance without restriction, including withdrawals