Back in the year 2005, Australian poker player Joe Hachem fell in with PokerStars since taking down the WSOP Main Event for $7.5 million, in 2005.
After that in December 2011, after 6 long years of service with the world’s largest online poker room, Hachem and PokerStars parted ways. After 6 long years of working with the largest online poker room of the world, in December 2011, PokerStars and Hachem parted ways. That time the poker player told that he is intending to spend more time with his family that includes his wife and four children. Right now it seems that the poker pro will just have that chance after saying to be the newest ambassador for the APT (Asian Poker Tour).
Speaking about his new deal, the player told that after many years after many years working extensively across the world, he decided that his next venture would keep him much closer to home that will allow him to spend more time with his family and was something that presented him with a wider ranges of opportunities.
The Asian Poker Tour is Asia’s largest poker tour that helps to organized and promotes programs in top places like Singapore, Macau and Philippines. In 2008, it was also took on by ALL (AsianLogic Limited), which is a group specializing in land-based and online gambling in the Asia Pacific market.
The player further told that he is delighted to announce that he has decided to partner with a consortium comprising the AsianLogic Group and some of their contemporaries. He will be working with the Group in several areas, primarily as a new ambassador for the Asian Poker Tour to further the growth of poker and to assist them with several strategic opportunities in Australia and the Asia Pacific Region.