Everyone will be there! Do you want to join poker players from all over the world at the upcoming World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) on PokerStars and get a shot at $1,000,000 thanks to nothing but your poker skills?
As players get ready for another massive series that is going to distribute over $40,000,000 during the month of September, we are here to help you get yourself a seat in Event #22, a $215 no-limit hold'em tournament with a staggering $1,000,000 guarantee, for as little as $3.30!
The requirements to join this PokerNews-exclusive promotion are so easy that it would be crazy not to join.
Here's how it works: on September 8, PokerStars will run a PokerNews-exclusive $3.30 satellite to the WCOOP Event #22 that will give away not one, not two, but 18 tickets to the $1M guarantee tournament.
If you already play PokerStars and you have opened your account through our site, all you have to do in order to secure yourself a seat is to head back to PokerNews Canada 48 hours before the event and get the password you will need to register.
If you don't have an account on PokerStars yet, simply go ahead and open a new one from here and make sure to use our "CANADIANPNEWS marketing code and our special "STARS600" bonus code at the sign up.
By doing so, you will automatically make yourself eligible to enter the tournament once the password is released.
Besides getting access to this satellite to the WCOOP, the two codes above will also help make your poker-life better by giving you a 100% bonus up to $600 on your first deposit, and by giving you a seat to the monthly PokerNews-exclusive $10,000 freeroll.
Remember: the satellite is open exclusively to players who have opened their account through PokerNews, which means that the field is going to be a lot softer than the one you would usually find at similar qualifier events.
So, don't wait another minute! Brush up your game skills before the tournament starts, and don't miss this unique chance at one of the tickets available!
For more information about PokerStars, their software, and their promotions, check our in-depth review of the poker room.