Indian Poker Player Muskan Sethi signs a deal with PokerStars as their ambassador. Follow the Indian Poker News Portal – Poker Indian Group for more Indian Poker News. PokerStars has started reshaping its ambassador team and the company announced the signing of Muskan looking forward towards a foreseeable future.
Muskan hails from the capital of New Delhi and is expected to play a major role in the PokerStars and charts a new course in India. PokerStars is considered as global online poker leader operates with various players pooled for their own website. The company stated a few major changes in the poker market with a local partner as support.
As Stephen Bartley from PokerStars say –
“It makes it a memorable time to be a poker player in India. Sethi will be at the forefront of that.”
Muskan along with team pro – Aditya Agarwal will serve as the new face of the company.
The name is gradually becoming popular and gaining prominence in the recent months in the poker industries. She has about $50,000 live cash by now. She was announced as the captain of Delhi Diehards squad by nascent GPL India. she was honoured by India’s President as one of the 100 women who achieved success in the typically male-dominated field. This was bestowed in the month of January. The girl is happy to have established an industry that she loves. Look what The London School of Fashion, has to say –
“I didn’t get any satisfaction in the corporate or fashion world so I started helping my mom with her social work. Then I found online poker. I felt like I finally found something special.”
Her gaming career began with PokerStars in the year 2014 and then she also qualified for the Sharkcage Show. She immersed herself in poker starting from small dailies to world series of poker events that includes $1,500. She was capable of accumulating $115k in cash. According to her it was a dream come true.
This year is noticed as one of the massive turnovers for the company’s ambassador ranks. The names established are – Jason Mercier and Vanessa Selbst departed and new players came in s mainstream ambassador who replaced the earlier ones. The prominent Brazilian Felipe Ramos exited and this is a prove that localized face of poker is needed in the burgeoning market.
Nick Jones, Poker industry PRO says that the site is apparently bent towards the spreading of games at small micro stakes.
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