- New customers enter marketing code "POKERNEWS.COM"
- New customers make their first deposit
- Existing players generate 100VPPs May 1-31, 2014
The special relationship that PokerNews and PokerStars share has borne fruit once again in the shape of a $20,000 freeroll in May! Keep reading to discover all you need to know about this amazing promotion.
Introducing the PokerNews $20,000 Freerolls
The PokerNews $20,000 Freeroll is a special tournament being held on PokerStars on June 5 that will only be open to players who have created their PokerStars account via PokerNews links and have used our unique marketing codes.
- Tournament Name:PokerNews $20k Freeroll
- Tournament ID: 909796230
- Date: Thursday June 5, 2014
- Time: 19:00 GMT / 20:00 CET
How Do I Qualify For The $20,000 Freeroll at PokerStars?
There are two routes players can take to qualify for this event, depending on if you are a new or existing player. New players need to download PokerStars software through PokerNews, open an account using our marketing code POKERNEWS.COM and make a deposit between May 1-31, 2014. Do this and PokerStars will issue you with a ticket to the PokerNews $20k Freeroll.
New customers are reminded that by entering the marketing code "POKERNEWS.COM" and the bonus code "STARS600" they will be eligible for a 100% match up to $600 sign-up bonus, plus they will be able to compete in all future promotions PokerNews and PokerStars hold together.
Our valued existing players can also participate in the PokerNews $20k Freeroll as long as they generate 100 VPP between May 1-31, 2014.
Winning this tournament or even just going deep into the money places could give your bankroll a significant boost and from there who knows what will be possible in your poker career. Qualify for the PokerNews $20k Main Event Freeroll today, do not risk missing out on what will be an excellent online poker tournament
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