PartyPoker dethroned Full Tilt Poker and became the newest number two online poker network of the world. PokerStars continues to rule the segment with a peak hour traffic of 39,612. Full Tilt Poker had occupied the second spot since its re-launch in November 2012 and this is the first time their peak hour traffic has dropped to 5542 making them fourth in the list.
According to Poker Scout, popular poker information and ranking site, PartyPoker became the number two site with a peak hour traffic of 6331 while iPoker was the new number three as their traffic peaks at around 5900 players. 888 Poker was fifth with around 3877 players during a 24 hour peak traffic period.
This is the first time Full Tilt Poker has seen such a fall since November 2012. They had launched with 8,000 peak hour traffic and had gone up to 15,000 in good days but falling to around 5500 is surely not good news for the website. Meanwhile, PokerStars continues to be the market leader in the online poker segment with peak hour traffics that are higher than the next four combined. Their 7 day average is also an unprecedented 23600.