How to qualify

Follow these easy steps.

Closing Date

June 30, 2014

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  1. Register for a PlayNow.com account
  2. Download the Poker software and create a Poker account
  3. Register & play all eligible tournaments
  4. Climb the leaderboard!
  5. Rank amongst the top 100 Multi-Table Tournament players during the month of June and we will pay you cash! With a $15,000 Prizepool and $2,000 for 1st place, you can win some extra cash just by playing in the games you love!

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CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LEADERBOARDS.

Payout Structure:

Place Payout
1 $2,000
2 $1,350
3 $1,100
4 $800
5 $700
6 $600
7 $500
8 $400
9 $300
10 $200
11-20 $175
21-30 $150
31-40 $100
41-50 $80
51-60 $65
61-70 $50
71-80 $35
81-90 $30
91-100 $20

When you play in the applicible MTT's (Marked with LB in the lobby), you earn points based on the following system:

The number of points received is dependent on buy-in, number of players, and your finishing position.

Points = 10*{sqrt(n/k)} * {0.5+0.5*Ln(b)}
n = number of players; k = position; b = buy-in

In short, finishing first in a tournament with 1,000 players and registration fees of $50 is worth more points than finsihing in 1st in a 1,000 player tournament with registration fees of $1.

The leaderboard will be updated daily and can be found below:

The leaderboard will be updated daily. Points are calculated from the first to the last day of the month. Leaderboard points are not earned in tournaments reserved for Poker Experience Points players or in Freerolls, Private, Heads-Up or Satellite Tournaments. In case of cancelled or interrupted tournaments, the Refund Policy applies.

Additional Information

pdfPlayNow.com Player Agreement [40KB]

pdfConditions [25KB]

DISCLAIMER: In the event of a discrepancy between the posted conditions on this site and the official conditions, the latter shall prevail.

This promotion is open to residents of BC who are of legal age to gamble.

DISCLAIMER: In the event of a discrepancy between the posted conditions on this site and the official conditions, the latter shall prevail.