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The Newest 888poker’s Addition For Its Ambassadors – Vivian Saliba

Posted on June 27, 2018 in Uncategorized

On Wednesday, 888poker announced its newest ambassador live at King’s Casino in Rozvadov just as the World Series of Poker Europe is coming to its end.

Vivian “Vivi” Saliba welcomed her new position as 888poker Ambassador and signed her contract live on Facebook in a video hosted by PokerNews’ Julia Lee.

After signing and acknowledging the contract, Saliba beamed, “I’m officially part of the team.” She hinted that negotiations for the contract have been in the pipeline for a while. And when asked how excited she feels for it to be official, she responded, “It’s a privilege. I feel honored to be part of the best poker company and with such huge names on my side.”

“There are many aspects I like about 888poker,” said Saliba in the official press release. “First of all, the 888live events, because of the affordable buy-ins with good structures and amazing locations. I also like the online platform because of the variety of different tournaments and cash games with a large number of players online at any time.”

Saliba has been steadily getting noticed in the tournament scene, logging her first win back in 2014 and earning over $174,000 in winnings. But this summer, she made a mark with her 11th-place finish in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha 8 Handed Championship at the World Series of Poker.

“I couldn’t be happier about joining the 888 Team,” said Saliba in the official 888poker press release. “As a professional poker player, I always looked forward to a partnership. 888poker is one of the biggest poker companies, and I am very fortunate to be a part of it. I am ready to give 100% and see us both growing together.”

Saliba is teamed up with the 888poker regulars that include household names like Kara Scott, Sofia Lovgren, Parker Talbot, Natalie Hof, Chris Moorman and fellow Brazilian, Bruno Foster.