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A new window for applying for individual licenses to operate online gambling in Spain has been published in the official gazette, the Spanish regulator…
Ahead of Shared Poker Liquidity, Spanish Regulator Opens New iGaming License Application Window

Ten new operators are expected to apply for a license in Spain, says industry group.


The Stars Group has been issued a license from the French regulator to share online poker liquidity with Spain, France and Italy.
France: PokerStars the First to Receive a Shared Liquidity License

The Stars Group is the first to be approved for cross-border poker sharing.


Notice of a new window for applying for individual licenses to operate online gambling in Spain has been published.
Ahead of Shared Poker Liquidity, Spanish Regulator Opens New iGaming License Application Window

Ten new operators are expected to apply for a license in Spain, says industry group.


The Portuguese Government has laid out its proposed amendments to its online gambling law that will allow for international liquidity sharing.
Euro Shared Liquidity: Portugal Makes Amends, Italy Delay Rumors Linger

Gambling law amendments for shared liquidity put forward in Portuguese state budget.


French online poker giant Winamax has entered the regulated Italian online gaming market by acquiring the Bet-At-Home’s Italian gaming license.
Winamax Enters Italian Market via Acquisition of Bet-At-Home’s Gaming License

With rumors of delays in the new Italy concession process, Winamax reportedly purchases Bet-at-Home’s license, unused since 2016.


The signing of two stars--Kanit and Mateos are two of the biggest winning and most recognizable live poker players in their home countries of Italy and Spain respectively--shows just how serious Winamax is in pushing into these new markets.
Winamax Hires Italian, Spanish Ambassadors as Company Readies for Euro Expansion

Italy’s Mustapha Kanit and Spain’s Adrián Mateos join the ranks of Winamax Team Pros as company prepares for European shared liquidity.


The project of shared online poker liquidity between Spain, France, Italy and Portugal may have hit its first real stumbling block.
Euro Shared Liquidity: Spain Wants A Coordinated Launch, But Trouble Brews in Italy

Concerns raised in Italy could mean all four countries will not be ready for a coordinated launch at the end of the year.


All signs are pointing to shared liquidity between France, Italy, Spain and Portugal in 2018, and the world's largest online poker operators are starting to prepare.
How Four Poker Operators Are Preparing for European Shared Liquidity

PokerStars, Winamax, 888 and partypoker are all readying for pooled liquidity between France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.


“We also follow the new EU shared liquidity discussions and [we’re] working to launch 888poker in Italy,” said Itai Feiberger, 888 Holdings CEO.
888 Confirms Plan to Launch Online Poker in Italy Ahead of European Shared Liquidity

Debut in Italy will be the company’s “first step … in participating in this very interesting venture.”


A formal amendment to the online gaming law Act 13/2011 allows licensed operators in Spain to shared online poker liquidity with the other countries that signed the July 6 accord.
Following France’s Lead, Spain Authorizes International Shared Liquidity

Draft resolution now open for public comment allows licensed operators to share liquidity with France, Italy and Portugal.


The statement comes less than three weeks after a historic accord was signed by the regulators of France, Spain, Italy and Portugal.
French Regulator Gets the Ball Rolling on European Shared Liquidity

ARJEL opens the application process for cross-border online poker liquidity.


Once enacted, operators like PokerStars, partypoker and 888 will be able to pool players across any of the four countries in which they hold a license.
Historic Accord Paves Way for Four-Way European Online Poker Liquidity

Agreement signed in Rome on Thursday lays the groundwork for FRITES.PT cross-border online poker pools.


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