Bryan Paris Joins Natural8 Online Poker Room

Bryan Paris Joins Natural8 Online Poker RoomOne of the Western world’s top online poker players, Bryan Paris, has just signed a sponsorship deal with Natural8, a Curacao licenced gambling site which is considered to be one of Asia’s leading internet poker rooms. The prolific pro now joins a solid team of ‘Team Hot’ players which includes the likes of Xuan Liu, Kitty Kuo, Adrian Attenborough, Kosei Ichinose, Henri Buehler, and Dong Kim.
In February of this year, Paris followed in the footsteps of UK pro Chris Moorman by amassing more than $10 million playing online poker tournaments. Since then, the 31 year-old pro has continued his winning ways, with his present tally under the screen name Bparis standing at $10,336,776. Furthermore, Paris marked his first day with his new sponsor by winning one of their online tournaments, and as he subsequently tweeted:
“First day with natural 8 and I’m already a winner, congrats to those who bought a piece of the red 100! Time to hit the buffet #WSOPE.”
As was alluded to in his tweet, Natural8 provides a unique feature which enables a player to sell pieces of their action directly from the site, without having to first pass through a third-party. In addition, Paris accomplished his winning feat while attending the 2017 WSOP Europe currently taking place in the Czech Republic.
Needless to say, picking up a bracelet at the Series would provide the extra icing on the cake for Paris, who has racked up $711,160 playing live tournaments, but whose biggest run at the WSOP came in 2011 after finishing the $1,500 WSOP No Limit Hold’em event in 11th place for $46,209. Meanwhile, his biggest ever live cash was recorded in 2014 following a 4th place finish at the €1,100 Eureka Main Event in Vienna for €72,230 ($100,542).
While Bryan Paris’ result both live and online are impressive, the player’s live Twitch streaming activity would also have attracted the attention of his latest sponsor. Currently, the tournament player originally from California enjoys more than 22,000 dedicated followers on the platform, with his streams having been viewed a total of 1,083,791 times. As an extract from his Twitch page states:
“I will mostly be playing the highest stakes online MTT’s across all the sites I can access, providing commentary while doing so. It is also possible to invest in a piece of the action if you want to have a stake in the outcome. I plan on playing between 3-5 days a week almost every week, usually from around 11 am EST – 5 pm EST, but earlier on Sundays.”

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