Colombia to allow international liquidity sharing

Local regulator also reveals plans to allow live casino and virtual sports for the first time

Colombia has proposed sweeping changes to its online gaming regulations, including allowing international shared liquidity on poker and exchange betting for the first time. The country’s regulator Coljuegos issued a consultation document on Friday, outlining the proposals, which would also authorise live casino games, virtual sports and keno games. Coljuegos said the changes were a…

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