Win a Share of $9,000 in the PokerAce Depositor Freerolls

PokerAce $9,000 Depositor Freerolls

There has never been a better time to play at PokerAce because from April 29 until May 31 PokerAce is giving PokerNews customers the chance to play in six freeroll tournaments that have combined prize pools of $9,000. Do you want to play in them all? Then keep on reading to discover how you can do just that.

The $9,000 PokerAce Depositor Freerolls are only available to PokerNews customers, which makes them extra special. The promotion is open to both new and existing customers, provided they signed up to PokerAce using PokerNews links.

In order to gain access to all six $1,500 freerolls, new customers have to create a PokerAce account and make a real money deposit. It really is as simple as that. Make a deposit into your PokerAce account and you will automatically be eligible to play in each of the six $1,500 freerolls!

In addition to gaining access to the freerolls, new players who make their first deposit will receive a 200% match up to $2,500 first deposit bonus, making this particular promotion potentially very profitable indeed.

Existing customers can also get in on the action by earning just 50 PokerAce Player Points (PPP) during each qualifying period. PPPs are awarded at a rate of 10 per $1 in rake, meaning existing customers could be playing in a $1,500 freeroll for just $5 in rake; or all $9,000 worth for a measly $30 of rake.

$9,000 PokerAce Depositor Freerolls Schedule

NameDateTime (GMT)Qualification Period (GMT)
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #1May 415:00Apr 22 00:01-May 2 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #2May 1815:00May 3 00:01-May 16 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #3June 115:00May 17 00:01-May 30 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #4June 1515:00May 31 00:01-June 13 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #5June 2915:00June 14 00:01-June 27 23:59
PokerNews Depositor Freeroll #6July 1315:00Jun 28 00:01-Jul 11 23:59

Do not delay, get involved in the $9,000 PokerAce Depositor Freerolls today and win your share of $9,000.

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