Bwin. Party signs online poker deal with native American Tribe

London,

Bwin. Party digital, the largest listen online gambling company has signed a deal with an American tribe that operated gambling in the state of California. The move is seen as a proactive measure for the preparation of the ground for a possible relaxation of the United States internet betting laws.

Ten year deal

The company announced that it had entered a ten year agreement with the United Auburn Indian community that oversees the operation of the Thunder valley casino near the city of Sacramento. If online poker services are approved the United States, the company will provide technology for running of the poker services. According to the C.E.O of Bwin. Party, the combination of the company assets together with those of the UAIC will create a strong partnership that is well position to seize on the opportunity that will arise when online poker is allowed to operate in the state of California.

All indications are that the United States could lift the internet ban on gambling and many European players are bracing themselves to seize the United States market which is a highly lucrative market. Bwin. Party added that UAIC would secure the necessary license to while it provides the operation expertise and technology.