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GGPoker Donates $100,000 to Fight COVID-19

As the world has come together to support each other to fight against the deadly coronavirus, several leading poker, casino and gambling platforms are extending all possible support to help the frontline health workers in the fight against the highly contagious virus.

GGPoker a gaming platform that offers the most popular poker variants, including Texas Hold’em and Omaha, along with unique poker games like fast-fold Rush and Cash and All-In Fold.

The GGPoker Players have raised $50,000 via the high roller week’s online poker tournament series which was matched with the NSUS Group making it a total donation of $100,000.

The donation aims to help the University Health Network Emergency COVID-19 Fund. This includes the facilitation of critical trials. The donation is providing support to the frontline staff that is persistently working for the Toronto community. Along with this, the donation drive also aims to bring together a team of international experts to focus on finding rapid solutions to the global health crisis and serve more affected Canadians who have faced a massive impact of the virus.

GGPoker believes that we can together fight the global pandemic. Their Toronto-based marketing team, NSUS Group has collaborated with Toronto General and Western Hospital Foundation to make a contribution to the University Health Network Emergency COVID-19 Fund.

The poker industry has been making persistent efforts to help the world fight against the outbreak. The industry is known for its remarkable contribution at the time of crisis.

John Scott

John Scott joined the Times of Casino’s team as a news writer. He previously worked with foremost publications as an intern. He holds bachelor of journalism degree and more than three years of experience of writing. In his free time, he enjoys travelling different places.

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