Men ‘The Master’ Nguyen Joins Game Face Gaming Inc

One of the biggest names in the whole of poker, Men ‘The Master’ Nguyen, has been signed by Game Face Gaming Inc. to promote the company’s non monetary online poker offering in the Asian markets.
Game Face Gaming Inc is a USA-based Reality Gaming Social Network, which is currently in its Beta testing phase and expected to launch in the coming weeks with its first game offering of online poker.
The 57-year-old Vietnamese-American poker pro Men Nguyen will help introduce the gaming but non-gambling provider’s proprietary platform  FaceUpGaming.com to the enormous Asian market, while also running  training workshops at the live interactive site.
After announcing the addition of Men ‘The Master’ Nguyen to the online social gaming site, the company’s President Felix Elinson elaborated further on Nguyen’s role and said:
“In addition to participating in on-line tournaments and personal appearances, Mr. Nguyen’s efforts on behalf of Game Face Gaming will be focused on developing strategic partnerships in the burgeoning south East Asian markets where he is well known. Mr. Nguyen plays regularly in Macau based events and many other major Asian venues.  Men’s insight on that market and his name recognition will help drive our companies recognition.”
When it comes to poker, few players can boast the success which Men Nguyen has enjoyed since his first tournament win in 1987. Now with seven WSOP bracelets to his name and $10,376,936 in live tournament winnings, Nguyen is currently placed 13th on poker’s ‘All Time Money List.’
Speaking about his new, exciting role in the company, Men ‘The Master’ Nguyen commented:
“Game Face Gaming has developed a fun, interactive, live, non wagering model for poker play and I’m pleased to help the Company introduce this innovative product to the Asian market where I am well entrenched.”

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