WPT Global, the fastest-growing online poker site, has proudly announced the addition of a new name to their star-studded roster of brand ambassadors. This latest signing isn’t just any addition, as it might be their best signing so far, even amidst a lineup that boasts poker Hall of Famer Phil Ivey, Ethan “Rampage” Yau, Brad Owen, and more.
The latest addition to this elite club is none other than high-stakes crusher Jonathan Van Fleet, who is better known to the poker community as “apestyles” in the online realm. With nearly two decades of professional poker experience under his belt, Van Fleet has solidified his reputation as one of the most feared tournament players, both online and live.
He has accumulated over $4 million in online MTT profits and an additional $860,000 in live tournament earnings throughout his career. Beyond his playing achievements, he was also part of the WPN team pros and a BBZPoker coach.
Since 2020, Van Fleet has been engaging the poker community more directly by streaming his online tournament plays live on his Twitch channel apestylespoker, which is very rare for a player of his caliber.
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Now, poker fans have the opportunity to share the virtual felt with Jonathan Van Fleet as he joins the WPT Global team. Becoming a part of WPT Global’s “Home of the Greats,” he joins the ranks of already mentioned luminaries like Brad Owen, Ethan Yau, Andrew Neeme, Angel Guillen, Lynn Gilmartin, and more.
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Van Fleet’s debut as a WPT Global brand ambassador coincides with the ongoing 2023 WPT World Championship Festival, where players from around the world have the chance to compete alongside and learn from one of poker’s most accomplished and respected figures.
He has already made his mark by participating in the Premier Meet-Up game, the first event of the festival. But there’s a lot more to come, as the World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas extends all the way to December 23.