Robert Campbell is new ambassador of CoinPoker
Australian poker professional Robert Campbell has become a new ambassador of CoinPoker. The guy joined Canadian Isabelle Mercier and Lithuanian player Tony G, who are already in the brand team.
Campbell was offered to represent CoinPoker three months after he received the poker title – WSOP 2019 Player of the Year. The Bike Ride event, which takes place on Sunday (February 16), will be the first one for Robert as a member of the poker room’s team.
On that day, Robert will replace the traditional participant of the event Tony G. The Australian will play this tournament under the “RobCampbell“ nickname.
«I’m thrilled to be joining Tony G and Isabelle Mercier on the CoinPoker.com roster», said the player.
Campbell is also the general manager of Neon Esports, which is engaged in playing Dota 2. The fact that Robert’s became the CoinPoker Ambassador should positively affect cooperation between the companies.
According to the Australian, CoinPoker is a great app that makes poker affordable and transparent. The room’s players may influence the shuffle, as well as make sure that everything is fair. The guy also added that he is happy with the opportunities for cross-marketing between Neon Esports and CoinPoker.com.
2019 turned out to be very successful year for Robert. At the 50th anniversary WSOP, he managed to win two gold bracelets. Campbell got the first trophy for taking down the $1 500 buy-in event, where he was paid $144 000 for the victory. The second bracelet was gained for winning the tournament worth $10 000. In that event, the poker player earned $385 800 in prize money.