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Jason Alexander’s Celebrity Poker Tournament
On Sunday, April 11th, Jason Alexander and WeSpark are partnering together to host Jason Alexander’s 19th Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament to benefit the WeSpark Cancer Support Center with Faded Spade Virtual Poker.
The charity poker tournament will be full of opportunities to earn prizes, collect bounties, and become the owner of the championship trophy. The tournament will be jammed packed with stars from some of your favorite shows and movies!
You will have the opportunity to play poker with stars like, Jason Alexander, Nancy Allen, Bryan Cranston, Rob Riggle, and many more! See the full lineup of celebrities attending the tournament below!
The tournament will begin with a Welcome Zoom Meeting at 12:15pm PST and cards will begin to fly at 1pm PST. There will also be a virtual silent auction with some amazing experiential items.
The WeSpark Cancer Support Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for cancer patients which help alleviate both the emotional and physical toll that cancer has on the patients. By buying-in to the tournament you are directly helping the WeSpark Cancer Center and helping them change the lives of some very special patients!
Come join in on the fun, donate today and reserve your spot for the Jason Alexander’s 19th Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament to benefit the WeSpark Cancer Support Center.
Donate to play in the tournament here: Jason Alexander’s Celebrity Poker Tournament Donation and Entries
ABOUT FADED SPADE
Faded Spade® is the poker and playing card brand for today’s poker players, poker rooms and the modern poker era. Founded in 2017 by Tom Wheaton, Faded Spade provides the highest quality playing cards to leading poker rooms, operators, and consumers around the world.
In 2020, Faded Spade extended its product portfolio to include Faded Spade Virtual Poker – a virtual white label social poker offering that specializes in consumer, business and charity poker tournaments for the purposes of brand promotion, employee connectivity and philanthropic fundraising. To learn more about Faded Spade, visit FadedSpade.com.