France, Italy to Open Online Poker Borders for Shared Euro.
On January 18, 2019, the European shared liquidity turned 1 year old. This was one of the most important events of online poker in the past year because, for the first time, many countries agreed in the creation of a common legal market, breaking borders and barriers. The Europool gave to Europe and in general to the poker world, a new perspective about how to legalize gambling.
But in July, the French gaming regulator ARJEL announced that the quartet of countries had signed a shared online poker liquidity agreement, and poker players began blowing on their kazoos.
Shared liquidity or the merging of player pools is increasingly becoming a vital aspect of the online poker industry both in the United States and the rest of the world especially because it allows the casino operators to offer their customers a wider range of games as well as bigger tournament prize pools. These are definitely significant factors as they give more incentive for the.
The WSOP.com’s shared liquidity software has officially launched, and to celebrate they have put together an exciting tournament series. This shared liquidity pools together players from all US states offering online poker, into one unified digital poker platform.Players will now have access to a wider variety of cash games and tournaments, both with larger prize pools.
The agreement aiming at shared liquidity will enable these European Union member states to share online poker players for the first time. This ambitious project is to improve the state of online poker in all four participating markets. So far, they were all ring-fenced upon regulation which prevented players to play.
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WSOP.com will therefore benefit more from shared liquidity as it has a lot more variety to satisfy larger player pools. Besides, WSOP.com is compatible with Mac while Ultimate Poker isn’t. Shared liquidity also leads to the creation of awareness on how online poker can greatly boost revenue, not just at the state, but also at the federal.