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Become a Bounty Hunter in the Bounty Brawl Freerolls

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Did you ever watch Dog the Bounty Hunter? Being a bounty hunter is cool, right? Well, we’re offering you the chance to become one in your own home, just of a different sort, in the PokerNews new Bounty Brawl Freeroll promotion.

There is just one PokerNews Bounty Brawl tournament remaining, that will feature a $1,500 prize pool with every participant having a $5 bounty on his or her head. This means you’ll be awarded $5 for each player you eliminate from the tournament. What’s more, there is no limit on how many bounties you can win! The qualification period has just opened, with plenty of time for you to get yourself involved.

Tournament schedule and qualification details

TournamentDateTime(GMT)Prize PoolQualification Period
PokerNews Bounty Brawl #3June 2919:00$1,500June 1. 00:01 GMT — June 26. 23:59

To participate in the PokerNews Bounty Brawl freerolls all you need to do is

  • Download poker via PokerNews
  • Create your free account
  • Generate just 50 Frequent Player Points (FPP) during the qualification period
  • Take your seat in the respective freeroll
  • Attack your opponents relentlessly in an attempt to eliminate them
  • Make some profit

FPPs are earned at a rate of 1 FPP per 0.25 in rake.

If you decide to sign up for, be sure to take advantage of our special sign-up bonus for PokerNews customers. Make a deposit and you will be eligible for a 100% match (up to €1,000) first-deposit bonus. To get your hands on this bonus, just use the code "P1000" when you make your first deposit. will match that first deposit up to a maximum of €1,000. You will then have 60 days in which to clear the bonus. The sign-up bonus can only be claimed once, so make sure you deposit as much as you can to take full advantage of the opportunity.

See the site for the full terms and conditions of the bonus.

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

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