- New customers make their first deposit
- All players must generate 500 x 770Points
Poker770’s MegaPokerSeries (MPS) is one of the most popular, fun and exciting tours on the live European poker circuit and you could be sampling the delights of the MPS when it heads to Montenegro in September.
PokerNetwork customers are invited to compete in a special one-off freeroll at Poker770 that sees six MPS Montenegro added to the prize pool. Each package is valued at €1,500 (approx. $1,950) and one of them could be yours if you make it to the final six players in our PokerNews-exclusive freeroll.
Each package awards its winner:
- One MPS Montenegro Main Event Seat worth €770
- €200 for travel expenses
- A €40 shuttle transfer
- Five nights’ accommodation at the Maestral Resort & Casino.
The special freeroll commences at 19:00 GMT on Sunday 16 September, 2013 at Poker770 and is only open to PokerNews customers and customers of PokerNews companies, such as PokerNetwork.
There are two ways that you can get involved in this exclusive promotion. The first is if you are a new customer who has not made a deposit at Poker770 previously. If this describes you, download Poker770 via PokerNetwork links, make your first deposit between July 15 and September 12, 2013 and then generate 500 770Points (also between July 15 and September 12, 2013) and you will be able to register for the PokerNews MPS freeroll.
Existing customers who have already been savoring the delights of Poker770 and who created their accounts via PokerNews – or its companies – links can also bag themselves a seat in the PokerNews MPS freeroll by generating 500 770Points between July 15 and September 12, 2013.
Should you be fortunate to win one of the six packages we have available, you are in for a real treat once you head to the MPS Montenegro Main Event. Each player in the MPS Montenegro Main Event starts with a gigantic stack of 77,000 chips and players to a tried and tested blind structure that starts at 100/200 and increases every 60-minutes on Day 1 and every 77-minutes thereafter, which gives players plenty of room to actually play poker!