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Ethan Yau Aka ‘Rampage’ Is The New WPT Global Ambassador Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 09 Apr, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 09 Apr, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 09 Apr, 2023
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Ethan Yau Aka ‘Rampage’ Is The New WPT Global Ambassador


World Poker Tour (WPT) announced on their Twitter handle that Ethan Yau aka ‘Rampage’ is their new content and brand ambassador. The tweet posted by WPT Global read, “We’re delighted to welcome Ethan ‘Rampage’ Yau as our content and brand ambassador for @WPT_Global.” Talking about his latest association with WPT Global, Yau added, “I’ve been playing online poker with WPT Global since it launched and have been impressed with the growth of the platform in a short period of time.” 

“The cash games are the best in the online poker ecosystem, and there is a large percentage of casual players which make the games really fun. I’m excited to see the company ramp up more online poker tournaments while adding additional gameplay features for its current and future players. Let’s win some WPT Global trophies!” 

Rampage has been making quite the headlines in the cash game scene. Those who are tracking his journey, he moved up from low stakes to then playing some insane high stakes poker. Rampage is often seen grinding at the Hustler Casino Live against the who’s who of the high stakes poker. Gutshot Magazine recently covered a game where Rampage locked horns with J4o fame Nik Airball. Yau made a jaw-dropping hero call which screwed Airball in a way that he ended up losing $760K while Rampage made his largest cash game profit ever that day. 


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For the fans of Rampage, this particular game was proof that Yau is here to stay. Apart from winning impressive prize money at cash games, Yau has been making a mark for himself in the tournament zone as well. Rampage shipped Event #2 at the 2022 PGT Poker Masters after beating well-known poker pro Alex Foxen. Yau took home his second highest career cash prize of $197,600 while Foxen took home $144,400 for his runner-up finish. 

As for Rampage, we hope to see this vlogger cum poker player ship more titles in the tournament arena along with winning big in the cash games which many feel is Yau’s forte.

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