partypoker Becomes Main Sponsor of No Limit Gaming Stream Team

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partypoker Becomes Main Sponsor of No Limit Gaming Stream Team
21 Mar

partypoker has just announced a 1 year deal to sponsor No Limit Gaming, the Twitch TV streaming outfit who can boast the likes of German highstakes crusher Fedor Holz and Scotland’s best-ever pro Niall Farrell on their books, and over $100million in combined lifetime winnings from their elite players…

No Limit Gaming was founded by Stefan Schillhabel who “saw an opportunity” to translate Super High Roller success into a winning esports team, and he describes partypoker as “the perfect partner” to drive that dream forward.

Schillhabel said of the announcement:

“NLG is very proud to have partypoker as our poker team’s main sponsor. partypoker represent the perfect partner, as our players play a lot on the site and we love to attend their live events."

The German highstakes pro, who can boast over $9million in tournament winnings, added:

partypoker is doing a great job in soliciting feedback from their players to create the best possible poker experience for everybody. We're happy to be part of their Twitch plans and will try our best to support them to grow even bigger!”

The deal will see No Limit Gaming add their considerable poker weight to partypoker LIVE events, following a squad of 12 who descended upon the Caribbean Poker Party in Baha Mar, NLG’s Steffen Sontheimer scooping the $250k Super High Roller event for a massive $3,685,000.

Fedor Holz, the Team partypoker pro who also tops the NLG moneywinners list with a phenomenal $32,556,377 in career cashes, was enthusiastic about the news, stating:

“It's great to see our team here at partypoker recognising incredible opportunities. Between the Player Panel, Team Online and the addition of the No Limit Gaming project, I believe we at partypoker are making good progress to grow the game we all love."

Holz added:

“As a member of NLG as well, I can say with confidence that Stefan and his team are going to be bringing a lot to the table to further that vision.”

The No Limit Gaming crew typically streams two to three times per week, with poker as the main focus, but they have plans to venture into streaming esports on their channel too.

On their website they state:

“Powered by our experience & success in poker we plan on disrupting the industry & quickly becoming a household name in esports”. 

On behalf of partypoker, MD Tom Waters said:

“We are delighted to be partnering with No Limit Gaming, who boast some of the world’s greatest players, and we are excited to see where we can take the relationship throughout 2019.”

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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more


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