DGOJ wants to expand poker liquidity to other European Union countries.

By RP, January 22, 2019

Gambling regulators from Spain, France and Portugal have declared their Online Poker Shared Liquidity Agreement a success and are exploring expansion with other European Union or European Economic Area countries.

Spanish authority Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ):

“One year after the materialization of the first poker environment that accepts players from more than one of the mentioned jurisdictions, the French, Portuguese and Spanish regulatory authorities express their general satisfaction for the evolution of this new shared online ecosystem.”

The DGOJ noted that the alliance had not had any “significant incidents” in the implementation of the shared liquidity model suggesting possibilities for wider participation.

As a collective, France, Portugal and Spain said they are willing to cooperate with other countries in the European Union or European Economic Area that may be interested in signing the Shared Liquidity Agreement in the future.