26th AUGUST 2011 (LONDON, UK) – Organizers of Poker in the Park V have announced that Paysafecard will be sponsoring the bar at the world’s biggest free poker festival. The Paysafecard Bar will be a fully-stocked bar, serving beer, wine and spirits, and keeping the punters lubricated as they enjoy the full range of pro lectures, tuition, live poker, music and entertainment that Poker in the Park has to offer.
Paysafecard is an electronic payment method for predominantly online shopping and is based on a pre-pay system. Exchanging cash for Electronic Money (for use online) is facilitated through paysafecard in many countries worldwide.
Last year 20,000 poker fans came to Poker in the Park to celebrate all things poker and rub shoulders with the likes of Liv Boeree, Devilfish, Neil Channing and Evander Holyfield. Poker in the Park V takes place on 2nd and 3rd September at the new venue of Hanover Square, a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus.
“The bar is the social hub of Poker in the Park,” said organiser Michael Caselli, “And we’re thrilled that such an industry heavyweight as Paysafecard has come on board. With the main stage banging out music and entertainment and the Paysafecard Bar looking after our guests, we’ll have even more of a festival atmosphere this year.”
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Poker in the Park is Europe’s largest poker festival. With 20,000 eager visitors last year, Poker in the Park is now a permanent fixture on the poker calendar. Now, as it enters its fifth year Poker in the Park 2011 promises to be bigger and better than ever, with more marquees, more lectures and activities, and, most important of all, more live poker. Poker in the Park V will take place in Hanover Square London on 2nd-3rd September.
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