Pokerist Texas Hold’em Mobile Game Announces Deal With Carmen Electra

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/26/2012
Pokerist Texas Hold’em Mobile Game Announces Deal With Carmen Electra

Entertainer Carmen Electra has become the new face of the popular Pokerist Texas Hold’em hand held mobile game.

Electra that will see the long-time Poker fan appearing throughout its multi-platform Texas Hold ‘Em Poker game, Pokerist Texas Poker. As the “face” of the game, Carmen Electra will greet players in the game’s loading screen, Main menu, as the poker teacher inside the game’s tutorial, and as the dealer at each table inside the game.

Pokerist is one of the world’s biggest free-to-play Texas Hold ‘Em multi-platform games with over 30 million downloads and over 5 million monthly active players.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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