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Jaime Staples among Newest Additions to partypoker's Team Online

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Posted on 12 March 2019 by "T".

After Matt Staples, Hristivoje Pavlovic and Travis Darroch, check out eight more of partypoker's newest additions to their Team Online, with Jaime Staples being the latest to join in.

Team Online is a group composed of members who are some of the world's most well-known and highly influential online poker content creators and streamers.

Here are the newest Team Online members, according to the order they joined. The first three were Matt Staples, Hristivoje Pavlovic and Travis Darroch.

4. Patrick "XxXMLGPROXxX" Tardif

5. Alan "Hotted89" Widmann

6. Ryan "RSchoonbaert" Schoonbaert

7. Courtney "courtiebee" Gee

8. Steven ‘DWstevie' Kok

9. Monika "HeyMonia" Zukowicz

10. Jeff Gross

11. Jaime Staples

For Star Wars fans, May 4th is always going to be Star Wars Day, but in the world of poker, it's going to be the day when Canadian poker pro Jaime Staples gets to join partypoker's Team Online.

Jaime is the eldest of four siblings born in Alberta, Canada. He is set to officially join partypoker Team Online about three weeks prior to his 28th birthday.

Jaime and his brother Matt had made headlines back in March 2018 for winning the $150,000 weight loss prop bet from The Thirst Lounge founder Bill Perkins, which involved the two brothers needing to get within 1 pound bodyweight of each other in one year in order to win. Their initial weigh in was made 6 days after the bet, in which Jaime's weight was at 310 lbs (140 kg) whereas Matt was only 135 lbs (60 kg). Fast forward to February 2018, Jaime was able to successfully lose 100 lbs, whereas his younger brother Matt, on the other hand, had to increase his weight so they could meet halfway. Jeff Gross, also a new partypoker Team Online member, had officiated the weigh-in to make sure it was legit.

Jaime is also known to be one of the most popular poker streamers out there, who has over 120,000 Twitch followers. He has two Instagram accounts with a total of over 45,100 followers and his Twitter following is almost 32,000. His Youtube channels have a combined following of 87,000 people!

Jaime Staples' Twitch account
Follow him on Twitter

What Next?

There will be plans to include an all-new partypoker high stakes cash game that will allow the poker community to witness some of the biggest poker personalities coming together and battling it out on the site's virtual cash game tables, streamed live!

partypoker's official Twitch channel:

As an added treat, current Team partypoker members such as Fedor Holz, Ludovic Geilich, and Patrick Leonard will take turns in hosting partypoker Twitch streaming sessions to make it more appealing to viewers as well as provide valuable insight on a wide array of poker topics.

partypoker managing director Tom Waters said, "We have been a bit behind the curve when it comes to streaming, but we are hoping to make up for lost time by compiling an elite team that will be able to stream entertaining and engaging content 24/7. We are delighted to have Matt join the team and will be able to announce some more exciting additions to Team Online in the coming days."



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8 comments on "Jaime Staples among Newest Additions to partypoker''s Team Online"

 bowie198412/03/2019 23:18:24 GMT
If they keep signing up these people with this speed - a couple weeks and they will no longer have actual customers remained on the site just 'team online' members... I wish they would sink this much money into promoions rather than marketing.
 doubletop77713/03/2019 08:53:09 GMT
It must be great validation for any poker player to be invited onto one of these teams. It proves that they are at the top of their profession and must give you even more confidence when playing
 CALICUL13/03/2019 10:52:16 GMT
The Party Poker idea is good but they must keep a modest number of ambassadors. If they have too many ambassadors then it would be an aberration. In some cases where is too much it's good but in other cases when it is too much that's not good. Now Party Poker will have to work for customers not only for staff.
 pajalnick13/03/2019 12:47:05 GMT
Of course, advertising is necessary. I agree .... but as was said already here, I would like not only the provision of advertising, but also some kind of promotions for players .... for example, to increase the number of freerolls .... I assured that the number of players will grow ... but not yet
 Gerimantas14/03/2019 21:52:03 GMT
I personally not understand this team online of party poker because to me it is people who not known at all for many people who just are poker players, maybe they are know to younger people, but i not knoe at all about all of them, only staples brothers from reading article in this forum
 bowie198414/03/2019 22:40:46 GMT
Posted by pajalnick:
Of course, advertising is necessary. I agree .... but as was said already here, I would like not only the provision of advertising, but also some kind of promotions for players .... for example, to increase the number of freerolls .... I assured that the number of players will grow ... but not yet

Yeah, something. Anything. Honestly.
I am glad they have this much cash to throw around to sponsor people but enough is enough.
 dule-vu15/03/2019 10:22:04 GMT
he,he bowie,its truth!they invest so much money in new team online members,ambassadors of whatever they call them,but they could use this money on normal players!I dont know anything about this player and for me this news doesnt mean anything!
 Nightkid15/03/2019 12:39:21 GMT
good I see that they have plenty of money to these haha because they do not donate a little to the most unfortunate huh? xDD so are the ones who have money or remember the pulguitas that are also there Disagree Disagree Disagree

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