SCCG Management partners with Jamie Gold as sponsor for 2024 WSOP Main Event

July 3, 2023
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The company said it desires to see the poker industry continue to grow.

SCCG Management has signed a sponsorship agreement with World Series of Poker (WSOP) legend, Jamie Gold, expanding on the duo’s longstanding business relationship. The company said this is the next step in enlarging its footprint in the world of poker.

As part of the agreement, SCCG will be a prominent sponsor for Gold during the 2024 WSOP Main Event contest. SCCG said it will “showcase its commitment to supporting the growth and success of the poker community.”

Gold first earned his claim to fame in 2006 when he won the $12m WSOP Main Event, the largest prize payout in the tournament’s history. Both Gold and SCCG said they look forward to continuing their business ties through this strategic partnership.

Company Founder and CEO Stephen Crystal took a moment to discuss the collaboration and commend Gold for his accomplishments.

Crystal commented, "I am delighted to announce our sponsorship partnership with Jamie Gold. His remarkable achievements and contributions to the world of poker make him an iconic figure, and we are honored to be associated with him.

“This collaboration aligns perfectly with SCCG Management's mission to drive innovation and growth across diverse sectors of the gambling industry."

Gold echoed Crystal's sentiments and elaborated further by saying, "I have known Stephen for many years, and his expertise and passion for the gambling industry have always been evident.

“I am thrilled to have SCCG Management as a sponsor for my upcoming contest, and I believe this partnership will create new opportunities and expand the horizons of the poker community."


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