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Full Tilt Poker, PKR Land Online Poker Licenses in France

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/27/2010
France Online Poker
Full Tilt Poker and PKR are the latest online poker ventures to obtain licenses in France.  That nation granted nine new licenses on Monday. The nine new licenses issued included other forms of online gambling.  They were: CanalWin* (canalwin.fr, canal-win.fr): sports betting Jeux 365 (paris365.fr, jeux365.fr, poker365.fr, football365.fr): sports betting Geny Infos (genbet.fr); pari-mutuel horse betting Zeturf France (zeturf.fr): pari-mutuel horse betting FullFun (pokerxtrem.fr): poker LB Poker (barrierepoker.fr): poker AD Astra (pokersubito.fr): poker PKR France SAS (pkr.fr): poker Rekop (fulltiltpoker.fr): poker Full Tilt Poker’s main competitor, PokerStars (the number one global room in terms of overall players) had already been granted a license in France. PokerScout.com, which monitors traffic of real cash players in online poker rooms has already begun to list the French entities separate. Ace King, Gambling911.com

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