Gambling authorities from four European jurisdictions are expected to sign an online poker liquidity-sharing agreement on Thursday, with pooled poker play anticipated to be in place before the end of the year.
Regulators from Italy, France, Spain and Portugal reached agreement on liquidity sharing, following a series of discussions between the four jurisdictions over the issue.
The move comes after each of the four countries originally elected to establish ring-fenced online poker markets, which until now have permitted poker players from each country to play only against their fellow nationals.
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