Joined: Apr '11
Age: 52 (M)
PokerStars' latest "LIVE" project will open to the public on April 19 when their City of Dreams poker room hosts the Macau Poker Cup. Following their recent projects in London and Madrid, PokerStars LIVE at the City of Dreams will "provide a sophisticated atmosphere" for its patrons according to the casino's senior VP, Steven Webster. While PokerStars has previously given their branding to other poker rooms in Macau, this project is a permanent move that Webster believes will "significantly enhance the face of the Macau poker scene".
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Macau poker scene is already huge and they want to give it a bigger size in what comes to advertising, it must be that. Those who have the chance (and the money) to go there, will always try the game, and the poker players that haven't gone there yet may have to be with financial issues. I don't know how much can be a plain trip from USA to Macau, but it must be a lot, more than from Europe to there...