Rainer Kempe became an ambassador of Indian’s poker room
The new poker room GreySnow Poker appeared in Oklahoma State last November.
This poker room is managed by the company that belongs to Iowa Indian tribe. The inhabitants of this tribe call themselves as the people of grey snow and the name of the tribe was automatically transferred to the poker room.
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Media personalities are needed for successful promotion of a new brand. German poker player Rainer Kempe became the first ambassador of GreySnow Poker. He has more than $20,000,000 won in the live tournaments and he takes to poker like a duck to water. Rainer started this year successfully and he managed to win three tournaments in a row within one month.
According to the words of one of the GreySnow Poker owners, Rainer Kempe will bring their poker room a great benefit and his personal philosophy. What does Rainer Kempe think about it?
“I’m very excited to announce that as of today I’ll be partnering with GreySnow Poker. After meeting with the Chairman of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma and other esteemed representatives of the Tribe I’m feeling incredibly honored by the trust they put in me. The fantastic team behind GreySnow Poker has made it clear to me that this project has huge potential upside for the whole poker community.”
The poker player managed to get in ITM five times at the anniversary WSOP 2019 in Las Vegas. We will be watching with interest the cooperation between the young poker room and an experienced German poker player.