15th May 2009, UK, London – The Eurobet.com (http://www.eurobet.com/) $70,000 Poker Points trade-in promotion is now in full swing and gearing up to give away its ultimate prize – qualifiers to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2009 Main Event.

Playing out on Friday 15 and Sunday, 17 May 2009 at 19.30 (GMT), the WSOP package includes the Main Event buy-in worth $10,000 as well as $2,500 placed in the players account for travel and accommodation expenses.  

The prize allows players of Eurobet.com’s existing loyalty programme the chance to trade-in their Poker Points for tickets before 1 June when their points will be rest to zero to make way for the company’s new Loyalty Scheme offering players more bonuses, tournaments, freerolls and live exclusive events.

From now until 31 May 2009, all existing members have to do is login and go to the ‘Poker Points’ tab of the ‘Cashier’ to establish their current balance and see all events they are able to cash in their points for.

Matt Steer, Operations Manager at Eurobet.com, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the popularity so far of our trade-in campaign. But we’re still focussed on ensuring all our players get involved and make their points count before the end of the month. I would urge any player to act now and enter one of the great events still to be held, before their balance is set back to zero.”  

In addition to the ultimate prize, throughout May as part of its $70,000 Poker Points trade in promotion, Eurobet.com has run a value back events schedule with a guaranteed prize pool in cash, tickets and WSOP seats in more than 26 events. The grand finale will run on Saturday, 30 and Sunday, 31 May where players will be given the opportunity to win WSOP packages worth an estimated $20k.

Press & PR Enquiries:
Esther Whitehead

About Eurobet.com
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.

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