Win Big Weekly in TigerGaming's $5K Multi-Table Tournament Challenge


One of the best-kept secrets in online poker is that one of the best places to play multi-table poker tournaments is at TigerGaming.

The online poker room offers tournaments with huge guarantees that grow even bigger over the weekend. Even better is that the poker sharks are usually playing at other online poker rooms making the fields much easier to navigate.

Another great reason you should consider playing as many poker tournaments as possible at TigerGaming is that the online gaming room awards huge money to the top performers each week in its $5,000 Weekly Multi-Table Tournament Challenge.

One great thing about this leaderboard is that it is broken out into three tiers, meaning that if you are a low-stakes player, you won't be competing against high-stakes players, and if you are a high-stakes player, you will be competing against a smaller field of players for bigger money than the other two tiers.

The top 20 points earners at the end of each week (Monday to Sunday) win a cash prize ranging from $5 up to a mouth-watering $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 April 5 at 7:00 p.m. ET.

$20,000 Multi-Table Tournament Challenge Payouts


In order to participate in the leaderboard, you obviously need an account at TigerGaming. The good news is that we have you covered with a great welcome package. Simply download TigerGaming via PokerNews Canada, make a deposit of at least $50 and TigerGaming will match 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 should prove to be easy to clear as it is released into your account in $5 increments every time you earn 1,500 comp points until the full bonus amount is cleared.

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