ARJEL issues shared poker liquidity licenses

The French online gambling regulator has issued two online gambling licenses to operate in the European shared liquidity poker market.

France.- ARJEL, the French online gambling regulator, revealed that it has issued SPS Betting France Limited, a subsidiary of the Kindred Group, and Betclic Enterprises Limited share liquidity licenses to operate under Europe’s shared liquidity poker market.

These two licenses allow the companies to enter the shared liquidity agreement between France, Spain, Portugal and Italy. SPS Betting manages, while Betclic is a French online gambling group that offers sports betting, poker online and online casino games through its subsidiaries.

Both operators need the software approval from regulators in each jurisdiction before they can launch their products to other countries. With these two new licences, Betclic and SPS Betting became the third and fourth online operators to receive shared liquidity licenses, the other two being Winamax and PokerStars.

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