The Kardashians Team Up For Charity Poker Event
Kim Kardashian has more than 114 million followers on Instagram and more than 60 million followers on Twitter who are very interested in what the Reality Star is doing.
Kim is clearly the most popular member of the Kardashian clan and has used her reality show ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ to build a cult following around the world which has helped her gain multiple sponsors and turn into a multi-millionaire.
Kim Kardashian who is married to rapper Kanye West is also set to make an appearance at the poker tables. She will not be the only Kardashian at the table as Khole Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kendall Jenner will also be present. The Kardashians have teamed up for a mega charity poker event that is scheduled to take place on July 29.
The event is being put together by the City of Hope – which is a cancer research and treatment center and the Los Angeles Forum. They will host the inaugural “If Only” Texas Hold’em charity poker event that will take place at the Inglewood Stadium in California. The Kardashians hope to raise a significant sum of money during the event and each of them will be hosting their own poker tables. Online registration for the charity event is open at The Forum.
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The primary purpose of the charity event is to raise funds and spread awareness. Cameras for ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ are expected to make an appearance at the event and footage from the event will be a part of one of the reality show’s episodes. Players will get the opportunity to play poker at one of the tables hosted by the Kardashians or Jenners and interact with them.
The winner of the charity event will get front row tickets to see The Eagles perform live at the Forum in September along with a meet and greet session; the player who finishes in second place gets front row tickets to see Fleetwood Mac perform at the Forum in December. There is also a meet and greet session with Stevie Nicks.
The buy-in to the charity event is fixed at $1,000 and sponsor packages can go up to $50,000. If you want to be a part of the event but have no interest in playing, you can buy a non-player ticket for $250.