• Introducing QuizzaMe

    Bringing game show fun out of the lounge room and into your venue!
  • Welcome to Full House Group

    We help Australian venues become the social hub of their community
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  • Poker

    Be a part of the biggest poker leagues in Australia

  • Your end to end sports bar marketing solution has arrived

    We are extremely excited to release a game changing sports bar marketing solution - Sportspick Game Zone
  • Sports Tipping

    Take the hassle out of your footy tipping with our local and national comps
  • Trivia

    Boost your bar and bistro with our exciting trivia events


Your Venue

Full House Group’s entertainment solutions are designed to drive a number of key areas in your business.

Increase Visitation

Our entertainment options are designed to bring more patrons into your venue, more often.

Boost Food and Beverage

While enjoying a Full House Group event your patrons will make the most of your food and beverage offerings.

Reward Your Members

Give your patrons more reasons to visit and more opportunities to win cash and prizes when they do.

Leverage Our Network

Take advantage of our huge network of players. We will work with you to drive more players to your event.


Our marketing capabilities mean you can reach out to your patrons to promote all aspects of your venue.


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Our Products

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Why Us

  • Our History
  • Our Process
  • Our Team
  • 1999

    Sportspick was launched as the nation’s first web based tipping comp via The Age

  • 2000

    With the backing of CUB Sportspick entered Victorian pubs and clubs and was hosted on a small EFTPOS style terminal

  • 2001

    Sportspick expanded into the South Australian (AFL) and New South Wales (NRL) markets

  • 2005

    Sportspick worked with TabCorp to develop the R&R loyalty program, with Sportpsick being a major component of the programs content

  • 2006

    Launch the National Poker League brand in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania

  • 2007

    Business incorporating Sportspick and National Poker League becomes known as Full House Group

  • 2008

    Sportspick now hosted nationwide, after move into Western Australia and Northern Territory

  • 2009

    National Poker League rebrands to the 888 Poker League, Sportspick introduces Punters Challenge

  • 2011

    Full House Group takes over Australian Poker League, Australia’s biggest venue poker supplier

  • 2012

    Introduction of InnQUIZitive Trivia into over 100 venues on the East Coast. Launch first national poker final, The Main Event

  • 2013

    APL and 888PL send over 50 representatives to compete at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas

  • 2014

    Launch of QuizzaMe, the only fully hosted game show style trivia event for Australian venues

  • 2015

    Full House group becomes a major venue consultant during the launch of pre-commitment in Victorian gaming venues

  • 2016

    Launch of CoachKings, the world’s first Daily Fantasy Sports solution for pubs and clubs

  • Your needs

    Our Business Development Managers will liaise with you to discuss what areas of your venue we can assist in developing

  • Planning

    We will work with you to tailor an entertainment package designed to boost visitation and spend

  • Marketing

    We will promote your event to our network and your patrons through a range of marketing channels

  • Monitoring

    Our Business Development Managers will analyse and endeavour to maintain the growth of your events

Garry Nicholson – Chairman

A founding member and former CEO of the Full House Group Garry has overseen the expansion of the business into the poker and trivia markets. Garry is now responsible for sourcing new venue solutions, making sure our business partners have access to the most current entertainment options.

Brayden Haynes – CEO

Brayden joined the Full House Group in 2006 after a number of years in the Sports Marketing industry and was the driving force behind Full House Group’s move into the poker market. After taking over the role of CEO in 2013 Brayden has overseen Full House Group’s expansion into every Australian state and territory.

Peter Shaw - Executive Director

Peter was a founding member of the business, which started in 1999 as Sportspick. In the years since Peter has worked to oversee the implementation of a number of new initiatives at Full House Group. He now manages the Sales Team in their endeavours to provide the best entertainment packages to venues Australia wide.

Our Team

Full House Group is made up of an enthusiastic team with hundreds of years combined experience in the hospitality event and marketing industry.

Our team includes over 30 full times employees across our Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland offices. We also boast an expansive network of Licensees, Business Development Managers and Tournament Directors and Hosts across the country.

Our team is by far the most experienced provider of venue entertainment and loyalty solutions in Australia and every member is keen to work with you in providing exciting events and promotions in your venue.


We are proud to work with some of Australia’s biggest and most iconic venues groups. Our partners have been great supporters of our entertainment solutions and with them we have driven visitation and built relationships with patrons across Australia.

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The Full House Project

The little things that make the big difference to your weekly poker tournament

May 25, 2018
Poker is a proven way to increase visitation and spend at your venue. Poker is ‘everyone’s game,’ welcoming guys and girls, young and old, from all walks of life. No matter who you are, it’s an even slate with all players starting with the same chips and two cards.  What better way to foster a more diverse crowd within your venue? For years Australian pubs and clubs have leveraged the popularity of this highly accessible and inclusive game to add atmosphere to what may have historically been a quite night. It is imperative you go with a good provider who offers great Tournament Directors and a fantastic event structure to compliment your venue to ensure you see poker players surging into your venue. There is no doubt that a good poker provider will bring new patrons into your venue week after week, which is always exciting to see. BOOST YOUR SPORTS BAR WITH THE SPORTSPICK GAME ZONE! This is only half the battle, though. The offerings and hospitality you provide to your patrons during your poker event are even more important than event structure or big prize pools! We’ve been working on adding poker to our 22 Tips Series. I couldn’t wait to get something out while the graphic designer puts the finishing touches on it. If you’re keen to give your poker event that special touch this week then the below tips should be great place to start. Give a few of them a crack this week and take another step towards your venue becoming the social hub of your community. MEAL DEALS Offering a meal deal before or during your poker event is a great way to boost bistro sales during the event. Plenty of players will arrive early for a value meal and a couple of drinks if you offer an early bird special or a meal deal during the registration period. Make sure to promote this meal deal in advance, especially on social media. ATMOSPHERE While poker is an exciting event guaranteed to bring patrons together in a spirited contest there is still plenty you can do to keep the atmosphere buzzing. Make sure popular live sports are being broadcast, provide a microphone so your TD can keep everyone up to date with the progress of the event or even consider playing some classic tunes to keep the energy up! FIND OUT HOW QUIZZAME IS BRINGING HAPPY POSITIVE PEOPLE INTO AUSSIE VENUES! TABLE SERVICE Table service is a guaranteed way to increase spend in your venue during your poker event. Often players are so caught up in the action they don’t get a chance to get to the bar for a drink. Have a member of your bar staff roving around collecting orders and delivering drinks and you will see your bar takings increase dramatically.  This also gives your bar staff a greater opportunity to create better relationships with the players and increases the probability of a return visit. PROXIMITY TO BAR AND POKIES It goes

What actually drives patrons into pubs and clubs?

May 17, 2018
A popular pub in my local area closed its doors in 2014. Sitting on a prime block of land overlooking the bay, the owners made the decision to sell up. The time had come to clear the way for redevelopment – a multi-story apartment complex. That was the plan. What the new developer hadn’t counted on was the uproar that erupted on social media, in local newspapers and in front of the venue itself once the news went public. Were the local community upset they couldn’t get their hands on the pub’s cheap beers? No. Were they annoyed to see the end of the Tuesday Night Parma Special? No. What flooded the pages of Facebook were stories of good times had over the years. Stories of relationships formed. Friendships galvanised. Stories of life partners who had met and fallen in love. People reminisced about the human connections they had formed with one another. They remembered how they felt inside that building. And they lamented the loss of a place to connect within their local community. A place to share experiences with old friends. To grow connections with new ones. This was much more than mourning a favourite watering hole. A well organised campaign was formed by the community to oppose the use of “their venue” in this way. The group sold stickers. Sold t-shirts. Raised funds. Rallied local politicians. Such was the impact of this venue on their lives that they felt compelled to express their disappointment at the proposal. Four years later they still do. And the doors and windows of our local pub remain boarded up while the fight for its future continues. HAS YOUR VENUE CAUGHT ONTO THE GAME SHOW CRAZE? CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE This is not a unique story. Similar versions of this story have occurred hundreds of times all over the country. Watching the reaction this event generated reminded me of something important. Something at the core of the hospitality industry. Something bigger than good food and cold beer. It’s this; Pubs and clubs exist to be the social hub of a community. Have a little think about that. This is what patrons expect from their local pub or club. It’s what has built the culture over more than a century and a half. These establishments are the places that families gather to eat and celebrate. It’s a place where friends meet up to hang out and share stories. Where groups of people come to be entertained. Where sports are viewed and wakes are held. This is the essence of why people attend a pub or club, and why these venues are at the core of our national identity. More and more our social interactions are being found online. We’re turning to the internet for music, sports, friendship and romance. And we’re all a little poorer for it. The hospitality industry and its suppliers hold the key to turning the tide on this cultural shift, or at very least slowing it down. We
Footy Tipping

22 ways to supercharge your Sports Bar tipping comp

February 13, 2018
There’s more to our pub, club and RSL footy tipping contests than a bit of hit and giggle! Done properly, your footy tipping contest can be a powerful repeat visitation tool that drives spend in your venue. For going on 20 years we have partnered with many of Australia’s best venues to deliver tipping contests that deliver genuine results. Today we want to share what we’ve learnt with you in this free PDF download: If you’d like to learn more about how our new Sportspick Game Zone can transform your tipping competition into a true end to end sports bar marketing solution, we’d love to hear from you!

CoachKings Cup Champs

January 8, 2017
Two of Australia’s best fantasy footy players were crowned recently at the finale of the inaugural CoachKings season. Emma Wallace walked away with $20,000 in cash and the AFL CoachKings Cup after winning the qualifiers only event at the Morphett Arms in Adelaide. Josh Penney scored the win for the NRL season at the Halekulani Bowling Club on the NSW Central Coast. Find out more about CoachKings Live Daily Fantasy Sports here.

APL Million at The Star Sydney

January 7, 2017
Full House Group is set to host the biggest venue based tournament in Australian poker history with the APL Million! Kicking off in March, 2017 at The Star Sydney the APL Million will see one lucky player walk away with a $250,000 first prize! Players have already begun qualifying at venues around the country through FHG’s APL, 888PL and Pub Poker Leagues. Find out more about our Poker Brands here.