Groupe Bernard Tapie To Get Spanish Licence

Groupe Bernard Tapie joined Bwin and PokerStars applying for the Spanish gambling license required to operate in Spain. This means that Full Tilt Poker is very close to be reopened and players will soon be paid. As reported, Spain legalized online poker, which means another nation segregates itself from the global poker market. Any poker provider who wishes to offer their services in Spain is requred to apply for a license, have an office in the European Union and have to delegate a Spanish representative. Also, they will only be allowed to advertise their services on separate .es domains, and need to provide access to their servers' data to the license providers and financial institutions and pay a 25%-30% tax after their income. The bill is effective from 2012.

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