Titan Poker has launched a new promotion called the Team Titan Bounty, running between August and October, and offering players a chance to compete against the members of Team Titan and win up to $1,600 total in bounty prizes.
Titan Poker will be holding eight Team Titan Bounty tournaments in all, each with a $6 ($5 + $1) buy-in. If you don't want to pay the $6 buy-in into the Team Titan Bounty tournaments, you can win your seat in one of Titan Poker's ongoing Sit & Go Qualifiers, which have buy-ins of $1 + $0.10, or in one of Titan Poker's daily MTT Satellites with buy-ins starting at only $0.60 +$0.06.
Players have three different ways they can win in the Team Titan Bounty Tournament Series. Anytime you knock out one of the members of Team Titan you win $100. Anytime you win one of the eight Team Titan Bounty Tournaments in the preliminary part of the series, you win an additional $500 on top of the 1st place prize money from the pot.
If you finish in the top ten of any of the eight Team Titan Bounty Tournaments or you knock out one of the two Team Titan Members participating in one of the eight Team Titan Bounty Tournaments, you win a ticket into the Team Titan Heads-Up Qualifier, to be held in November. The player pool for the November Team Titan Heads-Up Qualifier will be capped at 96 players.
The November Team Titan Heads-Up Qualifier is the event where it will be determined who will get to go up against one of the members of Team Titan heads-up. Go up against Marvin "xcrash154" Rettenmaier, Jonas "JonasKlausen" Klausen, or Joel "joben19" Benzinou, and if you win you get $100. If you lose you still get a token into a $200,000 guaranteed tournament. Go up against Sam "Lloydstsb" Trickett - if you win you get $300 and if you lose you still get $100. And if you go up against Sorel "Imper1um" Mizzi and win you get $1,000. If you lose to the captain of Team Titan you still get $300.
The first of the eight Team Titan Bounty Tournaments just happened on August 18, with Jonas Klausen and Joel Benzinou on the chopping block. The next one (number 2 of 8) takes place today, August 25, on Titan Poker and the two are Klausen again, this time joined by none other than Sorel Mizzi himself.