A new campaign named #QueenRules that includes live stops and a unique deck of cards has been revealed by Kindred, Unibet's parent company, to celebrate International Women's Day today, May 8, 2018. Kindred, formerly named Unibet Group, aims to maintain diversity and keep gender equality a priority in their sustainability program.
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Joined: Jan '14
Age: 42 (M)
if they reverse the rules of poker then let the unibet employees to play poker. I do not understand why they do this. They want to mock of players which plays at multiple tables in many poker rooms. Making the Queen more superior than the King is a very bad decision.
Joined: Oct '16
Age: 67 (M)
Really? It´s the most opportunistic campaigne that I knowed. If they would have a series of acts and declarations to promove the iguality, then these would be coherence. But these is a bad jocke, almost an offense to the womens movement. And they pay to an agency for that? Really I know a bunch of people who would have these idea then a couple of beer. What a shame, they could have saved a lot of money...
#QueenRules is a new version of the game of poker, using a specially designed deck in which the queen is superior to the king .... and it seems that in this case tolerance and feminism obviously do the wrong things .... I'm not a misogynist but there must be boundaries of insanity through which you do not need to overstep