Posts Tagged ‘poker advertising’

Return of Online Poker (Jersey Style)

Adverts driving normalization (and re-normalisation) of American game

by , Dec 16, 2013 | 1:38 pm

All three of these companies’ ads are in heavy rotation on the Trenton, NJ, transit station video displays like they belong. (Take that Bill Frist!)

Georges St. Pierre pimpin' for 888.

Georges St. Pierre pimpin’ for 888.

betfair casino nj transit Betfair in New Jersey offering more than just poker.

Betfair Casino in New Jersey offering more than just poker.

Ahh, Dear Old Party Poker, welcome home.
Ahh, dear old PartyPoker, welcome home.


WPT/Party Continues to Rip off WSOP on Facebook

How much do ad agencies charge for shoddy, shady campaigns anyway?

by , Oct 20, 2010 | 2:03 pm

I swear I’m not the Facebook police any more than I am a Harrah’s attorney … but when the shit just gets served up while I’m busy liking stuff … it’s kinda hard to miss! Yet another example appeared on Tuesday night of a rather blatant misappropriation of WSOP trademark on Facebook. It always seems to happen on Tuesday nights … hmmm.

First, before I get into the new offense … to be fair and clear, the WPT did acknowledge their error almost immediately after we mocked their maiden foray into Facebook marketing. On September 21 a WPT spokesman said:

“We would like to confirm that the Facebook ad mentioned in your September 17, 2010 post was indeed a mistake on the part of a 3rd party advertising agency used by our “WPT Texas Hold’em on Facebook” licensee. The ad was placed by the advertising agency without the knowledge of WPT or our Facebook game licensee.

Please be assured that we acted immediately to rectify the situation and that the advertising agency has pulled the unapproved ad. Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.”

Cool, yeah whatever, like we said, we’re not the Facebook police, but you’re welcome — Pokerati is always happy to help. We did notice the replacement ads that appeared the following Tuesday:

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Friday Night Video(s)

by , Oct 16, 2009 | 6:47 pm

It’s an ad for just, um … online poker. New to me; I somehow missed it in 2005. In case you did, too, it’s an amusing reminder of how far we’ve come in nearly five years since not even Moneymaker, just Raymer: