EUROPE SHARED ONLINE POKER LIQUIDITY BY MID 2017?

With UK, Portugal, France, Italy and Spain.

Spain’s La Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) met with its French, Portuguese, Italian and British counterparts this week to discuss, among other things, shared liquidity for US online poker.

The multilateral meeting met primarily to discuss technical standardization issues, particularly focused on data reporting, however, shared liquidity within the aforementioned markets was also on the agenda.

According to the DGOJ, the group of European regulators share similar views on shared liquidity and “reaffirmed their intent to reach agreement on the issue” by mid-2017.