Online poker room GGPoker has added another popular poker pro to its team. This week, GGPoker announced the King of Instagram, Dan Bilzerian, is now a brand ambassador. He will represent GGPoker online and in person during live events.
Dan joins the team as he is turning 40, so the online poker room is hosting a special event to celebrate. Players can get to know Dan as well as try to take him and fellow GGPoker ambassadors out of the competition to earn special prizes!
Recognizable Poker Player
Dan is one of the more recognizable professional poker players due to his social media influence. He has over 32 million followers on Instagram and is constantly posting about his lavish lifestyle. Dan is usually surrounded by beautiful women in places around the world in his posts.
At GGPoker, the brand is excited to have Dan on board. Fellow ambassador, Daniel Negreanu, said that having Dan join the team is a ‘huge win.’ Negreanu pointed out that Dan has won millions in cash game and is not afraid to jump in against the sharks in high stakes poker games at GGPoker.
Dan commented on joining as well, stating that because GGPoker caters to recreational players and they are the future of poker, the brand is the best option for poker gaming.
$100,000 Birthday Freeroll
To celebrate the new ambassador, GGPoker is hosting Dan’s $100,000 Birthday Freeroll. This event will take place on December 7. To enter, players need to sign up at GGPoker and use the code BLITZ40. A deposit of $10 must be made and a ticket is provided for the event.
The winner of the event will earn a $3,000 buy-in to play against Dan in a heads-up challenge plus a minimum of $10,000 in prize money. There will also be special bounty prizes up for grabs. Anyone who knocks out Dan from the event will win a trip to Las Vegas, all expenses paid.
Players can also try to knock out players Dan has invited to take part along with other GGPoker team members. Anyone who manages to do this will win a Spin & Gold bundle. A prize of $1,000 is up for grabs for one lucky player who claims a professional poker bounty.