New Jersey and UK discuss potential of poker liquidity sharing

Poker players in the United Kingdom and US state of New Jersey may get the opportunity to compete against one another under a potential liquidity sharing agreement between the two jurisdictions.

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) are in early-stage discussions to allow operators who are licensed in both jurisdictions to combine their individual player pools. 

“We’ve been having preliminary discussions with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement about sharing poker liquidity and are currently exploring how that would work,” a UKGC spokesperson told Gaming Intelligence.

If an agreement is reached, it would be the first formal liquidity-sharing agreement for both jurisdictions. The DGE was originally expected to move to pool liquidity with another US state, such as Nevada or Delaware, but it shares more operators in common with the UKGC than anywhere else.

Meanwhile, discussions between European countries including the UK, Spain and France on liquidity sharing have been ongoing for a number of years, with little progress being made.


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