Eurobet.com announces $70,000 Poker Points trade in for Loyalty Scheme
23rd April 2009, UK, London – Eurobet.com is gearing up for its new poker loyalty programme and is offering all players the chance to cash in their existing Poker Points in 26 exclusive events totalling a massive $70,000 in prizes that includes two seats to the WSOP.
On 1 June 2009 Eurobet.com will reset all outstanding Poker Points back to zero to make way for its new and exciting loyalty scheme offering poker players more bonuses, tournaments, freerolls, and live exclusive events.
From now until 31 May 2009, existing members can login and go to the ‘Poker Points’ tab of the ‘Cashier’ to establish their current balance and see all events which they are able to cash in their points for.
Matt Steer, Operations Manager at Eurobet.com, said: “We’re really excited about our new poker loyalty scheme but naturally want to ensure that everyone who has taken part in our current scheme gets the chance to trade-in their existing Poker Points for a valuable prize. We’re therefore urging anyone holding existing player points to trade them in for one of the great 26 events before their balance is set back to zero.”
The new Eurobet poker loyalty scheme will give players the opportunity to start collecting Poker Points on a monthly basis from 1 May 2009. Players will be assigned a ‘Loyalty Level’ every month starting on 1st of June 2009 depending on the number of Poker Points generated in the preceding month.
Eurobet.com provides online sports betting, casino, poker and gaming products to Europe in over 16 languages and 130 countries worldwide. Eurobet.com also offers a variety of betting opportunities on all major sporting and special events such as Election and mainstream TV events.
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Eurobet.com was the first company to accept bets via the internet in 1996. In 1999 Eurobet joined forces with Coral, one of the most familiar and respected names on the British sporting scene with over 75 years bookmaking experience to form Coral Eurobet. In October 2005, Gala Group acquired Coral Eurobet in a deal that created Europe’s pre-eminent integrated betting and gaming company with strong market positions in licensed betting offices, bingo clubs and casinos.