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  • PokerStars and TSN Partner to launch Poker Club

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 by t2admin

It was recently announced that TSN, a leader in sports in Canada, has teamed up with online poker giant, PokerStars. The two will be working together to create a custom built poker environment called The TSN Poker Club.

The new poker club launched just a few days ago and new members will find they can participate in a series of free to enter tournaments which feature prizes. Members will also have access to a skill building poker school and news provided by the site on the largest live and online tournaments available.

Geoff Fardy the Canada Country manager for PokerStars commented: “poker’s popularity in Canada continues to grow and the TSN Poker Club gives poker players of all levels a chance to get into the action and win exclusive prize. Every team wants to partner with the best and no one in Canada knows sports like TSN. Together we offer unprecedented access to the sport of poker on television and now online.”

Players can visit The TSN Poker Club site and quickly download the software to begin playing. The site is hosting special online tournaments from now until July 31st three times a day and players who do well will qualify for the weekly finals and the monthly main tournaments. If you are new to the game of poker then you can take advantage of the free poker school to learn the game before you begin to compete in the tournaments.

Shawn Redmond the Vice President of Marketing at TSN commented: “Poker on TSN has always attracted a loyal and dedicated audience of fans who love the thrill of high stakes competition. The TSN Poker Club gives our fans the opportunity to get in the game with PokerStars industry leading software, the best game selection and access to exclusive tournaments and prizing.”




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