Another small step for shared player pools among European countries

27 November 2012

The Amministrazione Autonoma del Monopolio di stato (AAMS), has begun talks with countries like France, Spain and Portugal to approach positions on shared player pools and thus win liquidity among the shared European states.

This is something that already was written a lot about, and never seems to be concluded. This time, at least, we learned of a meeting scheduled to take place on 5 December, in which experts will present representatives of each country, as well as members of the European Commission in order to define who is who so that all guidelines can be created for the shared player pools become a reality.

The meeting is expected to draw up an operational program for the implementation of the common liquidity and a development plan for the common minimum standards in the Member States.

One of the points that make the shared liquidity a priority for the European Commission is the fight against money laundering within the online gambling world. Besides this, also serve to combat match-fixing scandal that has rocked hard in recent times in the Alpine country.

Right now, the cash tables (with more than 30% of the volume in Italy) are the main drive for online gambling in the country, it seems clear that not only are the players interested in sharing the first field of players with other countries, but also operators and administration, which see in these tables an important source of income for their own coffers.


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