Win a Share of $20,000 in the TigerGaming MTT Challenge


Looking to add some extra value to your poker tournament schedule? Look no further than TigerGaming during October because it is here that you will find the $20,000 Multi-Table Tournament Challenge.

The $20,000 Multi-Table Tournament Challenge runs up until Oct. 31 and awards players leaderboard points based on their contributions to the various tournaments taking place at TigerGaming. If you play in a tournament costing $5.00 + $0.50 then your total contribution will be $5.50. The more tournaments you play, the higher you climb up the leaderboards.

There are three leaderboards to compete for supremacy on: a bronze, silver and gold level. Those with bankrolls that allow them to play high-stakes games do not have an unfair advantage over players at, say, micro-stakes.

Earn points for the bronze leaderboard by playing in tournaments costing $0.05 to $1.99, earn points for silver in the $2 to $19.99 tournaments and earn gold points on the $20 and more buy in tournaments.

The top 20 points earners at the end of October win a cash prize ranging from $5 up to a bankroll-boosting $1,000, while anyone finishing in the top 100 of any of the three leaderboards gains a free entry to the special leaderboard faceoff tournaments running at 7:00 p.m. ET on Nov. 2, 1016.

$20,000 Multi-Table Tournament Challenge Payouts


You can get your TigerGaming career off to the best start by downloading the software via PokerNews Canada so that you are eligible for a huge 100 percent up to $2,500 bonus. Download TigerGaming via PokerNews, make a deposit of at least $50 and TigerGaming matches your initial deposit amount 100 percent up to a maximum of $2,500.

In order for the bonus to be credited to your account, you must email [email protected] with the current bonus code, which is “NEWTG,” in the subject line of your email. The bonus is then released into your account in chunks of $5 every time you earn 1,500 comp points until the full bonus amount is cleared.

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