PokerStars loses yet another Team Pro.
Sethi was appointed as PokerStars sponsored pro right after PokerStars.IN, operator’s segregated online poker room in India went live nearly three years back.
Before becoming PokerStars sponsored pro, Sethi was honored by the President of India in January 2018 with First Lady — a prestigious award in India which felicitated 112 women who have been the first to achieve a milestone in their respective fields.
She was recognized as the first female professional poker player in India.
Prior to Lin’s exit, Chris Moneymaker along with a trio of streamers under the name OP-Poker, French live player Kalidou Sow, and Russian online pro Mikhail “innerpsy” Shalamov ended their partnership with PokerStars on the last day of 2020.
She now becomes the eighth Team Pro member to have their contract end in a matter of a month.
PokerStars roster is now down to just nine members.
Not just Sethi, but Nikhil Segel, a Platinum Pass winner, who represented PokerStars India as their player representative also parted ways with PokerStars India.