European Poker Sharing Deal Reportedly Near
An agreement for shared player liquidity among regulated online gambling sites in Europe is expected this month.
According to reports, officials from France, Italy, Portugal and Spain were meeting to close the deal.
According to ARJEL, gaming regulator from France, the agreement will “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.”
The Spanish Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego released a similar statement.
The deal would establish common legislations to regulate tax and licensing conditions, among other legal and economic issues. Austria and Germany have also presented their plans to join the agreement.