Friends of the striker played a distorted version of Céline Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” to make fun of him after the defeat.
Neymar da Silva Santos Jnior, a star striker for Paris Saint-Germain and one of the most recognizable athletes in the world, live-streamed himself losing a million dollars while playing online poker. The athlete’s defeat was shown in real time on Twitch.
In addition to his on-field exploits, Neymar has been streaming on the Amazon-owned service. He is an ambassador for the iGaming company Blaze under the terms of his contract with them.
On his most recent live, the PSG forward was seen placing massive bets on a game of online poker. He claims he spent his own cash on his financial misfortune. Neymar’s response to the loss of the money was clearly emotional, but there’s no way to corroborate that.
The soccer star looked like he was about to weep when he lost his bet. As any good friends would, his pals teased him about his misfortune. Friends played a warped version of My Heart Will Go On, the theme song from Titanic, while Neymar tried to process the loss of a million dollars.
By the end of it, Neymar had played an air flute to calm himself down and was smiling at his own predicament.
It’s possible that Blaze paid for Neymar’s disastrous poker night.
Several people don’t believe Neymar took the money out of his pocket. It’s more likely that he received it as a gift from a gambling sponsor.
Slots broadcasters on Twitch often have sponsors who, according to their audience, provide them with money. This ensures that streamers may keep up the promotion of their sponsors’ businesses as they are streaming.
Whether or whether this is the truth, seeing high-rollers is always exciting since everyone enjoys looking at big sums of money. Since so few individuals can really afford to risk large sums of money on poker or any other kind of gambling, it’s exciting when celebrities do so.
Even before his contract with Blaze, Neymar’s penchant for gambling was well-documented. The soccer star has been playing poker for years and has competed in a number of high-stakes tournaments.
Neymar’s injury from February has kept him out of action for Paris Saint-Germain. The athlete is still getting well after having surgery in early March. During this time off, the athlete may keep up with his Twitch Slots exploits.
Sliker, whose primary account was reportedly hijacked, was just banned from Twitch. The content producer made news when he was accused of using money from his employees and fans to fund his gambling habit.
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