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European regulators endorse shared online poker liquidity agreement

Yesterday, gaming authorities from France, Spain, Italy and Portugal signed an agreement that would allow each country to exchange information about the online poker market in order to tackle fraud.
2017-07-07
Spain
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Yesterday, gaming authorities from France, Spain, Italy and Portugal signed an agreement that would allow each country to exchange information about the online poker market in order to tackle fraud.

This agreement aims at improving cooperation and information exchanges among the authorities to allow the liquidity sharing between licensed online poker operators in order to protect European players and enforce anti-money laws.

However, the implementation of the sharing system will depend on the regulatory requirements of each jurisdiction. The authorities commit to make their best efforts to enable effective implementation by the end of the year.

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