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French iPoker Network gets a New Member

8 December 2010 by admin

The French online poker market is beginning to open up, showing that there is something that the French and Americans have in common: a love of favorite casino game pastime. The majority of the French online poker scene is wound up in the iPoker Network that is run by Playtech.

The newest member to join the iPoker Network in France is Titan Poker, who recently received their French online gaming license from ARJEL. And with that license from ARJEL, Titan Poker will soon be launching Titan.fr. Titan.fr’s new president, Benjamin Issembert, is looking forward to the launch of Titan.fr, saying, “We are very pleased to have received our license from ARJEL and look forward to welcoming French players to our tables. With over ten years of experience in the industry we are confident that we will deliver a highly competitive product in what has been historically an important market for Titan.”

As for their background, Titan Poker is already a member of the other iPoker Network, meaning not the French iPoker considering that a separate online gaming license was required for Titan to operate in France. Titan’s online poker software also comes from Playtech itself, so it really is not a surprise that Titan Poker was given a license to operate in France. I am not saying for a moment that this is a bad thing—everyone is entitled to enjoy online poker. But I do not think that any French online poker players who have been eyeing Titan Poker should have been worried since the French iPoker Network is run by Playtech and Titan Poker is powered by Playtech. In fact, it just seemed logical to me that Titan would get its French online gaming license—almost like it was going for checkup to make sure all was okay before moving into France.

Playtech’s Chief Executive, Mor Weizer, spoke about Playtech’s perspective on the new French license: “We are delighted to be further consolidating our relationship with Titan, and our position in the French regulated market. Titan is a welcome addition to the French platform and we are confident that it will enable us to further extend the liquidity pool and experience of our French poker network.”

In other words, Playtech is pleased to see another of its partner online poker sites be welcomed to the French online poker market, which further increases Playtech’s presence in France. Titan Poker’s Titan.fr site joins Chilipoker.fr, Casino du Golfe, Groupe Tranchant and JOA in the Playtech run iPoker Network.

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