Everything is coming up aces for Rampage. He’s such a luckbox.
Ethan “Rampage” Yau is the newest Ambassador for WPT Global, the announcement coming just hours ago. The popular poker vlogger is WPT Global’s “first dedicated online poker content and brand ambassador.”
Yau has lived up to his moniker, going on a rampage through the poker content game for the past several years. From low-stakes cash grinder to winner at some of the biggest stakes, he’s living the poker dream and sharing his journey along the way. Hear what he has to say about the new partnership below.
Rampage first became aware of the platform from now fellow Ambassadors Andrew Neeme and Brad Owen and quickly became a fan of the games offered. “I’ve been playing online poker with WPT Global since it launched and have been impressed with the growth of the platform in a short period of time,” said Rampage. “The cash games are the best in the online poker ecosystem, and there is a large percentage of casual players which make the games really fun. I’m excited to see the company ramp up more online poker tournaments while adding additional gameplay features for its current and future players.”
Yau joins the growing WPT Ambassador family, which includes the likes of Phil Ivey, Doyle Brunson, Andrew Neeme, and Brad Owen; they’ve acquired quite the list of big names recently. Like those before him, Rampage wants to use his new position to give back.
“When I was approached by WPT Global and asked to be part of the brand and be an Ambassador, one stipulation is I always wanted to just give out a lot of tickets,” shared Rampage, “and have subscribers and followers be part of the action.” He didn’t waste any time honoring that intention.
The announcement comes with an introductory giveaway on Twitter. Follow the directions on the tweet above, also linked here, to win one of ten tickets given away to WPT Global’s $110 Sunday Slam event.
Additionally, if you’re new to WPT Global, you can use the code RAMPAGE to get the free $110 tournament entry with any deposit of $300 or more.
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