Wednesday, 8 January 2014
The World Poker Tour has inked a Monster new deal. The Monster in question is the headphone supplier of the same name which has agreed a multi-year deal with the WPT.
“We are partnering with Monster because of their heritage in high-performance audio, creativity and their proven track record of building brands in the audio space. This deal is a natural fit for both brands, and reflects Monster CEO Noel Lee’s vision of working with industry leaders like the WPT to create mutually beneficial partnerships for everyone involved,” said WPT President, Adam Pliska. “This comprehensive deal represents a huge commitment from both parties, and we’re very excited to be working with Monster over the next three years.”The deal will see Monster make its headphones available for players and guests to test on-site at live, televised WPT Main Tour events. Headphones will also be offered to every player who reaches a televised WPT final table as well as the sponsored portions of WPT TV shows. “The partnership between World Poker Tour and Monster has already begun, and we are thrilled to be able to share Monster headphones with the WPT players around the world,” said Head Monster Noel Lee. “At Monster, we understand poker players enjoy listening to their favorite tunes at the table since it keeps them focused. In many situations, from bad beats to tough decisions, listening to music keeps them from tilting, and we’re confident the WPT players will appreciate the quality and comfort of Monster headphones.”For full details of the 2014 World Poker Tour schedule click here.
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