- ORBR revealed its new fan-designed livery which features the PokerStars’ Poker Chip design
- The design will be utilized at the Las Vegas Grand Prix which takes place on Nov 19
- PokerStars and ORBR have been partners over two years now
Following the successful return of its popular series, the North American Poker Tour (NAPT), PokerStars continues to make waves in Las Vegas, this time through its partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing (ORBR). This week, during a jam-packed event at the popular Omnia nightclub in Caesar’s Palace, ORBR offered a glimpse of its RB19 car, with its wheels donning the PokerStars logo.
ORBR Reveals Fan-Designed Livery for Las Vegas Grand Prix
In March, PokerStars and ORBR renewed their partnership to cover the entire 2023 Formula One season. The alliance has allowed PokerStars to give away rewards and exciting experiences to both poker and racing fans via competitions and promotions, including the returning Red Spade Pass.
ORBR also launched the “Make Your Mark” competition, giving fans the chance to design the team’s livery for its three races in the US, the first two debuted in Miami in May and in Austin in October. As ORBR gears up for the start of the Las Vegas Grand Prix this weekend, it officially unveiled the final fan-designed livery for its US races.
The new design, courtesy of Lindsay Palmer from Essex in the UK, features a purple base with purple and yellow neon lights going through the bodywork, representing the bright lights of Las Vegas. Playing cards were also incorporated into the design as a representation of the city’s thriving casino industry.
New-Look RB19 Wheels Feature PokerStars’ Poker Chip Covers
Among the most striking features of Palmer’s design are RB19’s new-look wheels sporting the PokerStars’ Poker Chip covers. The wheels have turned black, red, and white, adopting PokerStars’ colors, with the new wheel covers also incorporating the company’s iconic red spade logo.
Palmer’s design was carefully picked from thousands of entries in the Make Your Mark competition.
The Poker Chip design has featured in various merchandise and content initiated by the PokerStars – ORBR partnership throughout the year, and getting it included in the team’s livery for the highly-anticipated Las Vegas race is something worth celebrating.
Rebecca McAdam Willets, PokerStars’ Director of Partnerships & Public Relations, said it’s an honor to be the first sponsor to feature on the team’s wheels for the inaugural Las Vegas race. The wheel reveal is the culmination of PokerStars’ efforts to excite fans and customers, she added.