One Facebook Like is Worth a Share of $10,000 at BetOnline

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Nov/14/2013
One Facebook Like is Worth a Share of $10,000  at BetOnline

Online poker room BetOnline.ag is harnessing the power of social media for its latest promotion – a free entry into a $10,000 Guaranteed Tournament, worth $22, with a Facebook twist.

Using its social network page to attract new players and drive traffic to the BetOnline.ag poker tables, the online poker room is offering players a free seat at any of its $10,000 Guaranteed Tournaments – an unprecedented move that is sure to benefit both players and poker room alike.

The mechanics of the promotion are simple enough: players visit the BetOnline.ag Facebook page: and click the ‘LIKE’ button in order to qualify for the promotion.

Once done, they need to visit the BetOnline.ag website to download the poker software and open a real money account. Upon receiving their login details, all that is needed is to send an email to promo@betonline.ag, and in return they will be given 2,200 Rubies (the equivalent of real cash value $22) in order to gain free entry to the $10,000 GT of their choice.

The selection of $10,000 GT’s at BetOnline.ag is varied and frequent, with tournaments running every Saturday at 7pm ET and Sunday at 6pm ET – giving players ample opportunity to use their free seat, worth $22, to their advantage.

This marketing move on the part of BetOnline.ag is a bold and innovative one, marking a new trend in the social media dialogue between player and poker room, and ultimately making it a winning relationship for both.

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