Wanna know when these events are taking place? No? Don’t be silly, of course you do – the first will be between Saturday 10 December at 1pm EST and Sunday 11 December at 1pm EST. All players who have registered an account at Casino Titan and pre-registered with GGE will be given 5,000 chips. They will then be given 10 minutes to accumulate as many chips as possible within the allocated time. There is a $1,000 prize pool for players, as well as private freerolls up for grabs for winning affiliates.
The second slot freeroll is open to all players who have made a deposit with Casino Titan at least once between 14th November and 14th December with a rather generous $5,000 total of cash prizes. This event has the same structure as the first (5,000 chips and 10 mins to accumulate as many chips as possible) and will run between Saturday 17 December 2011 at 1pm EST and Sunday 18 December 2011 at 1pm EST. This slot freeroll will also have private event prizes for the forums with the best performing players.
President of Global Gaming Events, Jason “Wolf” Rosenberg, said: “Working with Casino Titan and Affactive is a great opportunity for us. We know that they operate fantastic brands for both players and affiliates alike. As they allow players from all over the world, they are great brands to be partnered with for these events.”
Although both of these events require players to pre-register their entry, registration is free and they can play for free with no buy in is required. What are you waiting for?
But not to get the tissues out just yet. From that date he will take on the new role as Advisor to the Knutsson family portfolio of companies and business interests. Yipee!
Chairman, Bertil Knutsson, said: “David is a true professional who has provided strong leadership and a great deal of knowledge and experience to his role. He has undoubtedly established excellent foundations for the company to continue to grow and prosper. We wish him much success in all his future endeavours.”
David’s career began in 1996, when he was appointed CEO of TCS. Since that time he has overseen the introduction many new products that have gone on to shape gaming floors of today.
But what did Heap have to say for himself? “It has been both a pleasure and a great opportunity to be part of TCSJOHNHUXLEY,” he said. “I would like to thank the Knutsson family, the Board and all the staff for their support over the last 15 years.”
In 2003 he was instrumental in bringing TCS and John Huxley together and has since steered the company to become what they call themselves “the global leader in the manufacture and supply of live table gaming products and services.”
Goodluck, sonny jim.