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GGPoker is entering the Belgian market with the launch of its new website.

GGPoker has announced that it is entering the Belgian market, with the launch of its regulated website scheduled for 31 July.  

The new site will allow players from Belgium to register with a locally licensed online gaming site, allowing them to play on the GGPoker network. Players who prefer to play on foreign-licensed sites will also have other options, such as Sweden's Betting Utan Svensk Licens. will be operated in Belgium by Deba Square, which is licensed and regulated by the Belgian Gambling Commission.  

GGPoker is also a partner of Belgian poker company Concept Booth, which runs poker clubs and promotes GGPoker in the country.  

The launch of the site will give Belgian players the chance to win a World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet in the upcoming WSOP 2021 online series.  

It will also allow them to qualify for the WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas from their home country.

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Marco Trucco, GGPoker's head of Europe, said: "We are delighted to introduce our poker product and innovation to the underserved Belgian market. Our partnership with a local company, run by experienced poker event organisers, shows how much we enjoy making GGPoker relevant and successful in a new market: connecting with people and real communities who share our passion for poker." 

Christophe De Deken, founder of Concept Booth BV, added: "We are delighted to be working with GGPoker in Belgium. Our company has been involved in live and online poker for many years. The Belgian market is more than ready to welcome a new attractive online poker provider.

"Especially a provider that breathes poker in every sense of the word. We are confident that the entire Belgian poker industry will become stronger and more attractive to players. A safe and controlled environment for players, usability and local integration will be the highlights. brand ". 

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