Win a Piece of $20,000 Every Month in the TigerGaming Cash Race

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With so much focus being on multi-table tournaments in the online poker world, it is refreshing to see TigerGaming bucking the trend and offering a month-long promotion for cash-game grinders.

The TigerGaming $20,000 Cash Race is open to all real-money players who sit down at the cash tables each month. As you play cash games at Tiger-Gaming, you earn Comp Points at a rate of one Comp Point per $0.01 you contribute to the rake. For every 20 Comp Points earned, you receive one leaderboard point.

Be one of the top 200 leaderboard points earners during the calendar month and you win a cash prize of $25 to $2,500.

$20,000 Cash Race Payouts

Finishing positionPrize
1$2,500
2$2,000
3$1,500
4$1,250
5$1,000
6$800
7$600
8$500
9$400
10$300
11-20$200
21-30$100
31-40$80
41-50$60
51-75$50
76-100$40
101-200$25

Like most online poker sites, the majority of the cash-game action at TigerGaming is concentrated around low stakes, six-handed, no-limit hold’em games. Stakes start as low as $0.01/$0.02 and increase up to $5/10. Omaha and Omaha hi-lo games are also available with stakes of $0.05/$0.10 to $5/$10.

If you’re new to TigerGaming and want to get involved in the $20,000 Cash Race, you can also claim a welcome bonus of up to $2,500. Download TigerGaming via PokerNews Canada, create your free account, and deposit at least $50 into your new account. Once your deposit is in your account, email bonuses@tigergaming with the bonus code “NEWTG” in the subject line of your email and TigerGaming will match your initial bonus amount 100% (up to a maximum of $2,500).

Earn 1,500 Comp Points to see $5 of your bonus amount released into your TigerGaming account.

If you manage to clear the full $2,500 bonus amount and reach the top 200 places in the $20,000 Cash Race leaderboard, then it could be a very profitable time at the felt for you indeed.




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