ARJEL permits two more online poker liquidity licensees

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SPS Betting France, a wholly owned subsidiary of Malta-based Kindred Group, and Betclic Enterprises Limited became the latest online poker operators to be granted a shared liquidity license from the French online gambling regulator, ARJEL.

ARJEL said in press release that the two operators will be able 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 in the summer of 2017.

The latest operators to be issued a shared liquidity license since December, when PokerStars received regulatory approval from ARJEL to participate in the project. Winamax, the major French poker operator, was the next to be given the nod for the scheme in February.