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Unibet make an union with Ongame for the Italian market

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  1. Pro2type

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    We all know Unibet not only as one of the major on-line poker skins, but as organizer of one of the best live poker tours in Europe – Unibet Open.
    As it turns out they made an union with Ongame in order to make an entrance in Italy.

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    According to Unibet, at first they will be offering only SNG and MTT games and next year upon receiving the needed licenses, Cash games and Sports betting will be added. Unibet is joining 10 other partners in the Italian Ongame network such as: BetPro, Sportingbet, bwin … etc.

    Earlier this year Unibet signed an agreement with Ongame for the French market and after a long wait they got their license from ARJEL (French gambling authorities). Technical issues didn’t let them start working before the start of the World Football Championship though.

    For the last few years the Italian market is growing bigger and bigger, and it turns to be very promising.
     
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  2. haemorrhage

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    someone smart please make the inference...
     
  3. jully

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    Italian market is growing bigger and bigger, and it turns to be very promising :)
    :) :) :)
     
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    deja vu?
     

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