Introducing the PokerNews $20K PokerStars Freeroll

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Download PokerStars now and you could be going home with huge cash by taking part in the PokerNews $20K PokerStars Freeroll!

The PokerNews $20K PokerStars Freeroll is set to offer huge value to our players as this exclusive promotion will award $20,000 this coming January.

Win a Share of a Free $20,000

The fantastic freeroll will kick off 2012 with a bang and will reward our players as an event which is restricted to new and existing PokerNews India players.

Qualifying for the freeroll will be very easy as the promotion period runs from Dec. 20 to Jan. 27, giving players a generous amount of time to earn a spot in the freeroll which will take place on Jan. 31 at 1400 ET (1900 GMT).

In orders for existing PokerNews India players to be eligible for the freeroll they must simply earn 45 VPPs during the period as outlined above. This amount of VPPs is so small that it will be easy for players of all bankrolls and play volumes to qualify for the massive freeroll.

It is even easier for new PokerNews players to earn a place in the freeroll as they only need to sign up for a PokerStars account through PokerNews and make a first deposit. The best part? There are no VPP earning requirements needed for new players!

PokerNews $20K PokerStars Freeroll

  • Date: Jan. 31
  • Time: 1400 ET (1900 GMT)
  • Qualification Period: Dec. 20 – Jan. 27
  • Existing PokerNews Players: Earn 45 VPPs to qualify
  • New PokerNews Players: Make a first deposit to qualify
  • Prize Pool: $20,000

Remember, new players can also receive a very generous 100% up to $600 first-deposit bonus by using the marketing code "INPNEWS" and the bonus code "STARS600". Not only is this a great offer, but doing this will ensure you are eligible for the huge value on offer in the PokerNews $20K PokerStars Freeroll!

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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