Orlando, FL (August 2, 2020) – Faded Spade® is pleased to announce that its new virtual poker tournament offering, the Faded Spade Card Club, will be home to a unique charity poker tournament for Miracle Flights that includes a live stream show featuring Brad Garrett, Richard Kind, Michael Ian Black, and Oksana Baiul.
“For so many families, postponing life-saving medical treatment is simply not an option,” says Miracle Flights CEO Mark E. Brown. “Every dollar raised in this tournament will not only help alleviate the financial burden these families face, but also ease the emotional stress that comes with having to travel during the pandemic.”
Poker players of every skill level are invited to go all-in for a good cause on Wednesday, August 5, at 4 p.m. PST. A $100 donation earns donors a spot in the virtual tournament—and goes directly to support Miracle Flights, the Las Vegas–based nonprofit that provides free plane tickets to families who need specialized medical treatment far from home.
For donors in Las Vegas, the HyperX Esports Arena at The Luxor is offering an exclusive opportunity to join the virtual tournament in a socially distanced, public setting. Food and drink will be available for purchase, with each donor logging in from their own private station.
“We’re honored that Miracle Flights chose our new virtual poker platform for their first-ever fundraising poker tournament,” said Tom Wheaton, CEO of Faded Spade. “We look forward to creating a live stream show that informs and entertains while creating connectivity between their tremendous celebrity guests and all tournament players or viewers.”
“I’m excited to co-host the Miracle Flights charity poker tournament on Faded Spade Live,” said Matt Berkey. “Our poker community has become known for philanthropy, and we should do all we can to play and showcase our great game for fundraising initiatives that benefit those in need.”
The Faded Spade Card Club has become a popular choice for charitable foundations to run their virtual poker fundraising events, or bring their previously scheduled live poker tournaments online in a custom white label way.
Many organizations like Morning Brew, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Jason Taylor Foundation, Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, Breast Cancer Alliance, CBS Fantasy Sports, and more have held white label branded virtual poker tournaments on the Faded Spade Card Club.
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About Miracle Flights
Miracle Flights is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free air transportation to children and adults who need help reaching specialty medical care only available far from home. The organization, founded in 1985, has provided 129,438 flights and typically books more than 600 flights per month on commercial airlines across the United States. To request a flight, learn more or donate, call 800-359-1711 or visit miracleflights.org.
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.
Faded Spade 100% plastic playing cards feature a fresh face card design, custom poker index and a balance of thickness, flexibility and strength not found in any other poker playing card on the market today.
As the preferred playing cards of the World Poker Tour, Faded Spade is a brand built by poker players, for poker players, with product feedback from some of the best poker players and poker room operators across the globe.
In 2020, Faded Spade extended its product portfolio to include the Faded Spade Card Club – a virtual white label social poker offering that specializes in consumer, business and charitable poker tournaments for the purposes of brand promotion, employee connectivity and philanthropic fundraising.
To learn more about Faded Spade, visit FadedSpade.com.