Sure, Titan Poker offers opportunities for its players to win seats into some of the most prestigious tournaments in the world. Obviously, Titan Poker is sending its qualifying players to the 2008 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas to play in the biggest annual tournament on the planet. But the site is doing itself one better now by offering an Executive Package to the WSOP worth $20,000.
We said it – a $20,000 package. We wouldn’t joke about that.
The Titan Poker Executive Package is an amazing opportunity to live the life of a high roller. Not only does the prize include the $10,000 buy-in to the WSOP main event and registration fees, but the winner will receive a 14-night accommodation – from July 3rd to July 17th – in a luxury suite at a swanky Las Vegas hotel. Money is also included in the package for flights, meals, and other expenses.
But that’s not all. The package includes two tickets to the “Blue Man Group” show at the Venetian, dinner for two at the high-end SW Steakhouse at the Wynn, and limousine service to and from the Las Vegas airport. Titan Poker wants the winner of this package to feel appreciated by the site and welcomed to the biggest gaming city in the world.
To win the WSOP Executive Package, players will need to win four consecutive WSOP Executive sit-n-go tournaments. Opportunities to do so are available around the clock as the WSOP gets ever closer. And this package is in addition to the main and side events Super Satellite Series, which offer prize packages worth $14,000 and $6,500 respectively.
A Titan Poker spokesperson noted, “We are thrilled to offer a prize package of this magnitude. We want our players to have the experience of a lifetime while being part of poker’s most premier yearly event.”
Download Titan Poker now and play to win the WSOP Executive Package to roll into Las Vegas with style. Use the bonus code “POKERWORKS” upon making the first deposit, and an extra $50 will be added, along with a 100% bonus on any deposit up to $500. New players will also be qualified for exclusive PokerWorks and Titan Poker freerolls worth $12,500.