More operators qualify for shared liquidity licensing

News on 16 Mar 2018

Two more major operators, SPS Betting France Limited and Betclic Enterprises Limited, have been awarded licenses to offer online poker in the shared liquidity pool of France and Spain, with the prospect of Italian and Portuguese players coming on board soon.

SPS is a subsidiary of Kindred Group and operates the site in the French market; both licences were awarded by French regulator ARJEL. Betclic is a French online gambling group operating online sports betting, casino games, and online poker through subsidiaries.

The ARJEL press announcement notes that both operators have a green light to participate in the online shared liquidity project as long as they make sure that their operations are fully compliant with the conditions set in the shared liquidity agreement signed by the regulators of France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal.

Other major operators licensed for shared liquidity operations include PokerStars and Winamax (see previous reports).

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