Latest ARJEL News
ARJEL is a French independent administrative authority designed to regulate online gambling in France. Introduced in May 2010, the gambling authority overseas all licenses issued for "dot.fr" poker rooms and other online gambling.
A weekly review of the latest developments in gaming regulation outside the US. This week: Bulgaria, France, Latvia, Netherlands, Philippines and Sweden.
Latvia’s regulator sought to learn from the French experience in a meeting with new ARJEL president Charles Coppolani.
An increase in tournament entries may reflect the growing popularity of Expresso, but cash game bets were down by 17%.
A weekly review of the latest developments in gaming regulation outside the US. This week: France, Netherlands, the Isle of Man, and Turkey.
ARJEL greenlights “change of indirect control” of PokerStars’ French subsidiary.
Traffic is down a quarter since its March high—and may have the same to fall again before the Summer low.
The economic crisis in France and the complexity of poker as a game are blamed for the poker market’s underperformance.
The relentless decline in revenues is not expected to prompt change.
The President of France has appointed Charles Coppolani to the post vacated by Jean-François Vilotte.
23.5% of French online poker players play on sites operating without a French license.
ARJEL analysis shows where the 23% decline in cash game poker is happening.
France has stepped up its campaign against gray market gambling operators by airing a TV commercial exposing players’...