Titan Poker Joins French iPoker Network

It has been announced that Titan Poker, which was recently granted a French online gaming licence by ARJEL, has now joined Playtech’s French iPoker network.
Outside of France, Titan Poker is already a part of the iPoker network and has been supplied with online poker software by Playtech since 2005.
Now with the imminent launch of its French poker room, Titan.fr is soon set to join a whole host of other respected companies on the French iPoker network, which includes Chilipoker.fr, JOA, Groupe Tranchant and Casino du Golfe.
Commenting on the announcement, Playtech’s Chief Executive Mor Weizer said:
“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.”
Titan Poker has been a part of the online gambling industry since 2000 and currently boast around 15,000 players on its site during peak hours. It has a vast amount of experience in the poker industry and has now got its sights firmly set on extending its edge over competitors by its early entry into the French market.
Commenting on Titan.fr’s imminent launch,  president for Titan.fr, Benjamin Issembert said:
“We are very pleased to have received our license from ARJEL and look forward to welcoming French players to our tables. With over 10 years 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.”
Keen to meet French concerns related to responsible gambling, Titan.fr has also said that it will provide players with the means to regulate and monitor their own behavior in order to ensure they are safe when gambling online.

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