Bryn Kenney’s 4Poker announced today the signing of three new ambassadors. Poker professionals Artur Martirosyan, Ole Schemion, and Francisco Benitez are now patch-wearing ambassadors representing 4Poker. All three players have significant results in both live and online tournament fields, each with millions of dollars in earnings.
Martirosyan is a well-known online crusher and has racked up several large cashes at live events over the past five years. At this year’s PCA Martirosyan made two final tables to take home more than $1.5 million.
Schemion has spent the last ten or so years dominating any and all tournament fields that he enters. The German professional has already amassed millions in earnings over the course of an impressive career and, at just thirty years old, there’s no end in sight.
Benitez, of Uruguay, has made a big splash in recent years, most notably at EPT Barcelona in 2022. Benitez made four–yes, four–final tables for a combined cash of nearly $1.1 million.
Benitez jumped the gun in celebrating his new role by making a public announcement of his own on Instagram. On joining 4Poker, Benitez said, “I feel very happy to join 4Pro. I’m really motivated to help the site grow. The software is very good. I trust the people who are working on the site – who have a lot of experience in everything related to poker – and I believe 4Poker will undoubtedly grow quickly. The sooner you become familiar with the site the better.”
4Poker’s platform has yet to go live. The site has been allowing registration via an invitation-only beta, but plans to open up its doors properly in the coming weeks and begin its tournament schedule soon after that.