France has finally legalised international poker liquidity sharing after the country’s Senate passed a new wide-ranging bill concerning digital and internet technology.

The Law for a Digital Republic was passed unanimously, with 323 Senators voting in favour and 23 abstaining. It includes a number of gambling-related elements, with the clause allowing for international poker liquidity the most noteworthy.

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