WPT Global continues to add new names to its team of poker ambassadors as they announce the signing of a popular YouTuber, Ethan "Rampage" Yau.
The rise of Rampage Poker was an exciting one to follow. From playing smaller stakes as a recreational player, sharing every step on YouTube, to playing for millions of dollars on the biggest poker stages and in the highest livestreamed cash games.
Big news! We're thrilled to announce @rampagepoker as the newest ambassador of @wpt_global 🎉— WPT Global Poker (@wpt_global) April 6, 2023
And to celebrate, we're giving ten $110 Sunday Slam tournament tickets 🎟️
1. Like + Retweet
2. Follow @WPT_Global
3. Post a fun GIF to welcome Rampage + screenname + userID pic.twitter.com/Tknt1nkC5g
Yau had an incredible year in 2022 as he profited more than $1,000,000 playing poker professionally, up from the $240,000 he earned a year before. In his usual fashion, he shares all the numbers on his YouTube channel, and we simply love the transparency! RampagePoker channel now sports more than 228,000 subscribers and is one of the most popular poker YouTube channels out there.
Ethan will play online on WPT Global from Canada and will regularly join a wide variety of cash games and tournaments, starting with Sunday’s tournaments like Sunday Slam and Grand Slam throughout the month of April. Sign up for WPT Global and join him at the tables!
|- 100% up to $1,200 welcome bonus
- win your way to WPT Live Tours
“I’ve been playing online poker with WPT Global since it launched and have been impressed with the growth of the platform in a short period of time,” said Rampage. “The cash games are the best in the online poker ecosystem, and there is a large percentage of casual players which make the games really fun. I’m excited to see the company ramp up more online poker tournaments while adding additional gameplay features for its current and future players.” Just recently, WPT Global launched multi-table cash games and PLO tables.
Poker sponsorship is a dream come true for many poker players and content creators, especially if it comes from a brand like World Poker Tour. Rampage will join an already impressive team of poker superstars and other celebrities in Doyle Brunson, Phil Ivey, fellow poker vloggers Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme, Lynn Gilmartin, Steve Aoki, and more.