Five $1,500 Freerolls Remain in our PokerAce Promotion. Bank Your Seat Today!

Posted at 22:30 2013-05-06 by PokerNetwork Staff

The first of six $1,500 freerolls has been completed, but PokerNews customers still have the chance to play in five more between now and July 13, only at PokerAce.

Available to both new and existing PokerNetwork customers who signed up to PokerAce using our links, is the $9,000 PokerAce Depositor Freerolls promotion. As mentioned, the first of the six scheduled freerolls has played out but there is still chance to play in five more that have combined prize pools of $7,500.

New customers must create a PokerAce account and make a real-money deposit in order to be eligible for this promotion. By making your first deposit, you will automatically gain access to all remaining $1,500 freerolls! New players who make their first deposits will receive a 200% match up to $2,500 first deposit bonus, making this particular promotion potentially very profitable.

Our valued existing customers can also get in on the action by earning just 50 PokerAce Player Points (PPP) during each qualifying period, which is shown in the table below. PPPs are awarded at a rate of 10 per $1 in rake, meaning existing customers could be playing in a $1,500 freeroll for just $5 in rake; or all $9,000 worth for a measly $30 of rake.

$9,000 PokerAce Depositor Freerolls Schedule

NameDateTime (GMT)Qualification Period (GMT)
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #2May 1815:00May 3 00:01-May 16 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #3June 115:00May 17 00:01-May 30 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #4June 1515:00May 31 00:01-June 13 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #5June 2915:00June 14 00:01-June 27 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #6July 1315:00Jun 28 00:01-Jul 11 23:59

Cash Game Super League

Fancy yourself as the king of cash? Then PokerAce's Cash Game Super League could be the promotion that you have been looking for.

Head to the PokerAce cash game tables between April 29-May 26 and accumulate as many PokerAce Player Points (PPPs) as you can. Whoever manages to earn the most points during this four week period will win a share of $5,000.

There are two separate league, one named All-Star and the other is called Rookie. Both leagues pay out the top 15 points earners, with stakes $0.10/$0.25 to $0.50/$1 eligible for the All-Star League and stakes below that for the Rookie League.

Check out the image below for a breakdown of the prizes that are on offer.

Win a PokerAce Pro Contract Worth $30,000!

Do you have dreams and aspirations of becoming a professional poker player who travels the tournament circuit? The get involved in the Poker Hero Asia promotion and try to win a PokerAce Pro contract worth $30,000.

Only available to players from China, Japan, South Korea, Macau, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand.

Whether you play online or prefer to compete in the live arena there is a qualification route open to you. Live players can head to any Asian Poker Tour (APT) event and try their satellites, while online poker players can qualify for the Poker Hero Asia promotion on PokerAce.

Between May 26 and December 15 there will be a total of six monthly finals that award one seat to the Poker Hero Asia final. You can win your way to these monthly Stage 3 finals by competing in Poker Hero Asia Stage 1 freeroll qualifiers that run twice daily, or by the weekly Stage 2 qualifiers that cost just $1.10 to buy into.

Become the next Poker Hero with PokerAce.

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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