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Updated Sat, 2009-03-14 16:16

Everest Poker Receive Remote EU Gaming License

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Last week it came to light that Everest Poker was in the process of receiving a remote gaming license from Malta, meaning an EU Member state license.  Already One of the top 5 biggest worldwide online gaming venues, Everest Poker and Casino has been in the business for 12 years, and in that time the name Everest has become synonymous with excellent local European services; for example Everest Poker were the first to offer a full range multilingual experience - 11 languages in total since 2004, including multi-lingual chat and customer services. Their European interest however has just gotten bigger with the possession of an LGA-license which will allow them to increase their market share across Europe.

You might currently find up to 40,000 cash game and tournament players at Everest Poker, and a press release from the site recently stated:
The EU license further underlines Everest Poker and Casino's continuing efforts to bring a unique and secure gaming experience to Europe, and as a result, Everest Poker is now the largest poker operator with a LGA Malta license.
The practical implications of the gaining of this license are that they will now be able to operate under the European Economic Area rules, which means for example, the ability to advertise in the UK. Industry insiders are expecting this license shift to mark a new wave of popularity for Everest Poker where that 40,000 could increase several fold, and their position of fourth largest world wide poker provider is also likely to increase. Everest Poker continues to be committed to its international agenda of providing across-the-continent safe and dynamic gaming options.