$20,000 Up For Grabs in the PokerNews PokerStars Freeroll
The PokerNews $20,000 PokerStars Freeroll is the best way to start the year, because we are set to award $20,000 to our players in this exclusive event.
Claim Your Share of $20,000
We are very proud to be able to reward our players with a share of $20,000. This exclusive freeroll is only open to new and existing PokerNews players.
You can qualify for the freeroll very easily through the qualification period which ends on Jan. 27. This is plenty of time for all players to earn a spot in the $20,000 freeroll which will take place on Jan. 31 at 1400 ET (1900 GMT).
If you are an existing PokerNews player, then earning a place in the freeroll is very easy. All you have to do is earn a minimum of 45 VPPs during the promotion period as outlined above. The small qualification reqirement will be very easy to earn, so there's no excuse not to hit the tables!
If you are a new PokerNews player, it will be even easier to qualify for the freeroll. You'll only need to sign up for a PokerStars account through PokerNews and make any first deposit. That's it. No VPP requirements and no strings attached!
Don't Miss Out
The PokerNews $20,000 PokerStars Freeroll is going to award free money and everyone loves free money so there are no excuses for missing this great event.
PokerNews $20,000 PokerStars Freeroll
- Date: Jan. 31
- Time: 1400 ET (1900 GMT)
- Qualification Period: Dec. 20 – Jan. 27
- Existing PokerNews Players: Earn 45 VPPs to qualify
- New PokerNews Players: Make a first deposit to qualify
- Prize Pool: $20,000
Remember, new players can also receive a very generous 100% up to $600 first-deposit bonus by using the marketing code "POKERNEWS.COM" and the bonus code "STARS600." Not only is this a great offer, but doing this will ensure that you are eligible to take part in the PokerNews $20,000 PokerStars Freeroll!
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