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European Poker Tour Season 8 has a New Sponsor

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/02/2011
European Poker Tour Season 8

Starting this week in Tallinn, Estonia, payment processor Skrill will become the official payment solution for the European Poker Tour Season 8.  Skrill is the new name for Moneybookers.

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The company has already joined the likes of playing cards manufacturer Copag and luxury jeweller Shamballa Jewels, in partnering with GPTL’s poker tours in 2011.

Nikolai Riesenkampff, co-CEO of Skrill Holdings, operating Moneybookers, said: “Skrill is delighted to join the European Poker Tour as its Official Payment Provider Sponsor. Now in its eighth season, the EPT has grown to become one of the largest and most lucrative poker tours in the world. Our headline sponsorship promises to deal a winning hand when it comes to strengthening our position as the leading digital wallet and bankroll management option among the world’s poker players.”

Riesenkampff added: “Skrill has a long and established track record providing easy, safe and secure payment options, and as a result is widely regarded as one of the most preferred deposit and withdrawal methods by the online gaming community.”

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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