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Positive words break months-long silence from the Italian regulator over its position on European shared liquidity.
Across Europe, the United States and now even South America, shared liquidity has finally won out—2018 should see cross-border shared liquidities across all key existing and emerging online poker markets.
Shared liquidity can’t come soon enough as the largest online poker market in the US strings together 10 consecutive months of year-on-year declines.
European Shared Liquidity finally became a reality on Tuesday when PokerStars became the very first online poker…
As planned, 888 Holdings adds poker to its Italian online gaming offer alongside sports and casino, ahead of what it hopes is an opportunity to pool liquidity with its Spanish site.
Euro promotion categorizes each player into one of four buckets—with players in the highest value group getting almost twenty times more for completing their daily challenge.
Agreements in June, and software testing starting in September should lead to online poker rooms with European cross-border liquidity sharing next year.
Much like PokerStars’ app, the new Winamax Live allows event attendees to keep up-to-date with the schedule and latest updates.
Highest volume players could see rewards reduced by up to 85%.
PokerStars announced new Festival dates, returning to many popular LAPT stops; meanwhile, offshore operator Bodog announced its plan to expand across the South American continent.