PokerFest Romania appoints Ori Hasson as the live circuit’s ambassador in Israel

The community of Israeli poker players has grown to be the second strongest and most active segment of the Romanian poker arena during the recent years. PokerFest Romania has dedicated to them many successful festivals and, as a result, many Israeli players have become champions of the circuit. Most of PokerFest’s final tables have been teeming with Israeli finalists and countless consistent prizes were won by them.

To make this amazing symbiosis official, PokerFest Romania is excited to announce a new addition to the team: Ori Hasson, as the circuit’s Israeli ambassador, to promote the game of poker and particularly PokerFest’s events. PokerFest yearly schedule is very rich in events and the positive feedback from Israelis has led to this decision.

The new partnership will commence on June 18th, at the start of the long-awaited tournament and cash series 888Live Mamaia, held by the seashore of the amazing Black Sea.

“I want to thank Team PokerFest for this proposal. The Romanian live poker has become for us, the Israeli community, an unforgettable experience, as we have always been welcome with state of the art organization and amazing hospitality. Being appointed as the ambassador of this vibrant series is a pleasure, an honor and exactly what I had been looking for”, said Ori Hasson, the new brand ambassador and a popular figure among Israelis poker players.

“The players from Israel have always been a catalyst for our festivals”, said Sorin Constantinescu, PokerFest Romania CEO. “Their enthusiasm for the game – combined with a loose, aggressive and smart playing style – has given more life, suspense and joy to our events. I happily welcome Ori in our team! With his efforts, we will be able to offer even better services to the players travelling from Israel to have fun at our tables”.

The newly sealed collaboration between PokerFest and Ori Hasson will have as an immediate effect a set of new facilities, bonuses and special offers for the Israeli participants, as well as a more intense promotion of the Romanian all over Europe.