partypoker announces new Irish ambassador Padraig Parkinson
Ireland, Padraig Parkinson, partypoker.
Posted on Thursday, January 12, 2017 by "T".
partypoker announces a new sponsorship deal with professional poker player Padraig Parkinson. The new face of partypoker for Ireland has over $1,700,000 in live earnings and his first major event for partypoker will be the Grand Prix Cork, a €300 + €40 buy-in event, 23rd - 26th February at Macau Sporting Club, Cork.
Group Head of partypoker Tom Waters said: "It is a pleasure to have Padraig join the partypoker team as an ambassador and we are delighted to have such a highly regarded and well-known professional representing us in the Irish market."
partypoker Ambassador Padraig Parkinson said: "I am proud to join the partypoker team of ambassadors and am extremely excited about the live opportunities that partypoker LIVE will bring to Ireland in 2017. With the support of partypoker I look forward to continuing my work to grow the Irish poker community."
As well as the upcoming Grand Prix Cork, Padraig will play the Northern Cup on 21st January in the Green Isle Hotel as well as partypoker MILLIONS at Dusk Till Dawn in April. Padraig will continue to sport the partypoker patch as he tours the Irish poker circuit throughout 2017.
7 comments for "partypoker announces new Irish ambassador Padraig Parkinson"
| Tony_MON7ANA||1/12/2017 2:12:07 PM GMT|
| Many congratulations to Padraig Parkinson, one of the most recognized Irish poker players, upon his becoming an ambassador of PartyPoker. He is certainly will be a big plus not only to PartyPoker but also for the global poker community.|
| doubletop777||1/13/2017 9:10:09 AM GMT|
| Padraig Parkinson has been around for years playing poker and, if anyone deserves an ambassadorial role, this is well deserved. I have watched him play for over twenty years and he truly is a legend of British poker|
| pochui||1/13/2017 5:29:44 PM GMT|
| well i have to admit that having this Padraig dude as an ambassador is definitely less desirable than having say Maria Sharapova or Taylor Swift as your ambassador, and a little bit more sexy too. butt i am sure party poker knows what is a better choice and good luck to them and Padraig dude.|
| bowie1984||1/14/2017 1:32:26 AM GMT|
| How... Hm. Ah, well... How - interesting.|
Clearly not. Dunno this guy, and to be quite honest I care very little about him or PP or any of their private sponsorship deals.
Guy had almost two million is earnings yet he would not afford 5k for a lasik surgery.
| TheMachineQC||1/14/2017 8:59:39 PM GMT|
| I have no clue/idea who the hell that guy is |
But I know most poker sites nowadays try to sign local stars of a target market. Since online poker almost died in the US, the marketting efforts by most poker sites have been targetted mostly at european countries.
Anyways, I think Irish people have funny names. Padraig, what kind of name is that lol! Make me think of Kathal Pendred the MMA fighter. Weird name too. lol
| pochui||1/14/2017 9:01:44 PM GMT|
| well yeah he could go under the scalpel or a table saw and appreciate any kind of work on his "overall professional image". one thing that always bugs me is that when we're talking about these pro's the only thing that is mentioned is their earnings, but no word if they actually have any profit left out of those winnings. |
| Robbo1990||1/15/2017 12:02:50 AM GMT|
Posted by pochui:
well yeah he could go under the scalpel or a table saw and appreciate any kind of work on his "overall professional image". one thing that always bugs me is that when we're talking about these pro's the only thing that is mentioned is their earnings, but no word if they actually have any profit left out of those winnings.
agreed, and a lot of the time they only have a % of themselves so if they win, so does someone else
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