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LOTTO QUEBEC LOOKS OUTWARDS
2014-06-21

Loto Quebec, which operates online gambling facilities for the Quebec province in Canada, is looking at the possibilities of contracting in international online poker providers, according to an interview published in the Huffington Post.

Lottery spokesperson Marie-Claude Rivet told the publication that the possibility of licensing large, reputable and well established companies was being considered, and hinted that preliminary talks have involved Amaya Gaming, the prospective new owners of Pokerstars' parent group Rational.

The rationale behind the move appears to be a desire to ensure compliance by operators in the market in all respects with the Canadian Criminal Code.

Montreal-based Amaya seems to be the front-runner in the initiative, particularly in view of its Canadian - Quebec roots and its new prominence in the industry following the Rational Group acquisition deal.

The company already supplies e-gaming technology the lottery's online operation Espace-Jeux, which is delivering a positive business performance, albeit not on the scale of international rivals like 888 and Pokerstars.




NEW ONLINE POKER NETWORK LAUNCHES
2013-12-18

Mobile operator Switch Poker has Apuestas Deportivas Online Bingo Play Slots Online in US Online NFL Betting announced the launch of its new online poker network which will focus on the mobile player and the operators that serve him or her.
The network will offer a fast-track automated system that enables operators to sign up and create a fully customisable product that offers international real money NLHE cash games. Fully trained support staff have already been engaged, and the administrative system is capable of delivering detailed data analytics to aid marketing and business information operator activity.
Early members of the network include skins belonging to Part Time Poker and Kings&Queens Poker.
The owners of the network have been in the business as operators since 2010 (see previous InfoPowa reports) and have now taken the decision to expand into mobile poker network activity.


OLSSON TAKES WPT COPENHAGEN FINAL EVENT
2012-11-20

Swedish poker pro Emil Olsson has emerged the World Poker Tour Copenhagen champion.
Olsson spent the most part of the day as the underdog, down 600 000 chips from over 2 Million and seemingly unable to win any pots before going into heads-up with Norwegian Morten Klein.
Ohlsson eventually wore Klein down in heads-up action that lasted just under an hour, taking the title and pocketing $229 938 along with a $25 000 WPT Championship seat.
Final results ended up:
1Emil Olsson$229 938
2Morten Klein$145 164
3Philip Jacobsen$93 080
4Stanislav Barshak$68 316
5Robin Ylitalo$51 237
6Jan Djerberg$40 989