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European countries to sign first shared online poker liquidity agreement

European countries to sign first shared online poker liquidity agreement
The gaming regulators of France, Italy, Portugal and Spain are expected to sign an agreement that will mark the first steps towards European online poker liquidity sharing between regulated markets.
Italy | 07/03/2017

The gaming regulators of France, Italy, Portugal and Spain are expected to sign an agreement that will mark the first steps towards European online poker liquidity sharing between regulated markets.

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rench regulator ARJEL explained the agreement would “set the basis for cooperation between the signing Authorities in this context and will be followed by further necessary steps within each of the jurisdictions involved in order to effectively allow for liquidity poker tables”.

Further information regarding taxation arrangements and levels, timeframes and regulatory responsibility between those markets will be provided after the signature ceremony.

With the European liquidity sharing arrangement, the industry hopes to help the online poker sector correct the downward trend it has been suffering over recent years.

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