Do Yourself a Favour: Chip-in And Play in a €1K Freeroll on Sunday

Unibet Poker Freeroll

Do you really want 2016 to be the year when your dreams of a big, healthy bankroll come true? Prove it! On Sunday, January 10, Unibet Poker gives you the opportunity to play for a share of €1,000 at no cost in a PokerNews-exclusive freeroll set to kick off at 19:00 GMT+2.

New Year’s Resolution #1: Stop saying "NO" to free money.

Playing for the four-digit guaranteed prize pool on tap couldn’t be easier since all you need is to open an account at Unibet Poker before the event begins. Do that right now and the poker room will give you a ticket to the event even before you make one single deposit!

The Important Stuff

Here’s everything you need to know to play in the PokerNews-exclsuive event:

How to Get Involved

If you have an account at Unibet Poker, you are already good to go, provided that you opened it through PokerNews, as this is a private freeroll tournament open exclusively to our players.

In case you don't have an account at Unibet yet, you need to hurry. Open a free account through this link right now and confirm your identity as soon as you can, as this is the only way for you to play for a share of €1,000 on Sunday.

By opening an account through our site, you will receive also a 100% match deposit bonus on whatever you have chosen to deposit, up to a total of €200. This is all because you have chosen PokerNews as your referrer to Unibet Poker. Not bad, right?

Get Ready to Play — The Tournament Starts This Sunday!

All you have to do then is check in to your Unibet Poker account on January 10 and get ready to play. You could win a share of a grand!

No other online poker site is offering so much for free this winter. If you haven't already done so, shuffle over to Unibet Poker now and get registered. The free cash awaits and you have just two days remaining. What are you waiting for?

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