Miami, FL (PRWeb) August 1, 2008 — If the online poker tables at UltimateBet seem a little more intense this month, you're not imagining things. Leading online poker site UltimateBet.net today announced the launch of free WWE Unforgiven online qualifiers where Texas Hold'em fans can battle their way to WWE Unforgiven this September by winning a series of online poker tournaments.
Players are invited to sign up for a free UltimateBet.net account and enter a free qualifier, running daily for residents of Canada, to make their way to the final event. The champion of the online Texas Hold'em winner-take-all match on August 24, 2008 will win the ultimate WWE Unforgiven prize package that includes:
• Return airfare to Cleveland, Ohio for two (2)
• Hotel accommodations for two (2)
• $500 CDN spending money for food & miscellaneous items
• Two (2) premium floor seats to WWE Unforgiven
• Meet & Greet with WWE Superstar
• Two (2) replica WWE Championship belts
• Two (2) WWE Unforgiven Pay Per View Chairs
• Framed WWE Unforgiven poster
As the official sponsor of WWE Unforgiven in Canada, UltimateBet.net is continuing its strong history of awarding players with trips to WWE events. On March 2nd, the online poker site gave away an all-inclusive trip for two to WWE Wrestlemania XXIV in Orlando through a similar online poker contest.
Qualifiers are now live at UltimateBet.net and run until Saturday, August 23rd. The WWE Unforgiven promotion is only open to residents of Canada, excluding Quebec, who are 18 years of age and older. WWE Unforgiven takes place on September 7, 2008. Full details on UltimateBet.net's free WWE Unforgiven qualifiers are available at UltimateBet.net.
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