Full Tilt Poker Posts 0.8% Traffic IncreasePublished on 2011-06-14 23:58:00
According to Pokerscout.com (link below), Full Tilt Poker just posted their first weekly increase in traffic in the last six weeks.
According to Pokerscout, Full Tilt Poker saw their traffic rise 0.8% last week, allowing the site to snap a string of five consecutive weekly drops in traffic.
Online poker traffic in general rose last week (1%) thanks to the World Series of Poker and the beginning of the summer vacation season throughout many areas of the world.
Regardless of the reasons why their traffic increased last week, Full Tilt Poker just has to be happy that their traffic numbers are finally moving in the right direction. That is, of course, until the next drama bomb comes along (Black Friday, Phil Ivey suing the company - what will be next?). Many people thought that Full Tilt Poker's traffic would tank after Phil Ivey revealed that he was suing the company, but things seem to have stabilized over the last couple of weeks.
According to Pokerscout, Full Tilt Poker's traffic is down 39% from this time last year, while Pokerstars is down 27%.
Despite not being able to pay back their US players as of yet, and despite the fact that many non-US players are reporting very slow payouts, Full Tilt Poker seems to have stabilized their traffic numbers for the time being.
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