Shahid Kapoor becomes brand ambassador of

With this development, PokerBaazi's goal is to build a strong poker ecosystem in India.

The online poker game, has appointed the Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor as its brand ambassador.

With this development, PokerBaazi’s goal is to build a strong poker ecosystem in India, and Shahid’s involvement with the brand aligns with the firm’s devotion to popularising and raising awareness regarding poker among the general public. will soon launch its newest marketing campaign, which will include the release of a television commercial endorsing not only the affiliation but also the brand messaging of poker as a sport that anyone can achieve with their skills.

Navkiran Singh, Founder and CEO of Baazi Games, said, “We are thrilled to have Shahid on board as the newest member of our PokerBaazi family. With Shahid, we found the perfect match for our brand as not just his personality, but also his constant drive to experiment with his craft beautifully, blends with our vision to enable a new sport to get its desired recognition in the country.

With this association, we take a step further in our larger goal of creating a Poker ecosystem in India and making it a household sport. We look forward to a successful collaboration and with our upcoming campaigns hope to drive valuable discussions around the PokerBaazi story.”

Talking about the association, Shahid said, “It’s a pleasure to be associated with PokerBaazi, India’s biggest poker platform, that’s at the helm of this brewing revolution. With its many unique features, it just makes learning & playing online poker so easy and quick, and in the process, helps players build life skills like thinking strategically, managing risks, etc.

Our association isn’t only driven by the fact that we both believe in bringing a difference in our respective fields but also by the sheer will to entertain our audiences while trying to do so. I am looking forward to helping PokerBaazi reach wider audiences and create more advocates for the sport in India.”

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