Registration for Super High Roller Bowl 2018 Opens Thursday, March 1
$300,000 Buy-in Tournament to Feature 48 Players; Total Prize Pool to Exceed $14 Million
Poker Central®, the ultimate destination for fans of poker tournaments, cash games and lifestyle away from the tables, announced the 2018 registration date of the Super High Roller Bowl, its premier tournament of the year. Registration opens Thursday, March 1 for the annual high stakes No Limit Hold’em poker tournament, which will take place at ARIA Resort & Casino May 27 – 30.
There will be 48 seats available in the tournament. The buy-in is $300,000, with a non-refundable deposit of $30,000. The total prize pool is expected to exceed $14 million with the first-place winner slated to receive an estimated $5,000,000. The tournament is an open event and does not require an invitation to participate. The Super High Roller Bowl is a no-rake event.
“The Super High Roller Bowl is the world championship of high stakes tournament poker,” said Sam Simmons, vice president of content at Poker Central. “We sold out in seven hours last year, so players will need to get their deposits in quickly. We look forward to bringing together poker’s biggest stars.”
ARIA will reserve 18 seats for VIP guest entrants. If there are more than 48 players who register for the event, a lottery will be held to determine the final player list. The 2017 edition brought the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari and Phil Hellmuth to the tables – along with the 2017 top finisher, Christoph Vogelsang, who took home a whopping $6,000,000.
Sean McCormack, director of poker operations at ARIA said, “The Super High Roller Bowl consistently delivers both an elite level of competition and a unique excitement that only high-stakes poker provides. Last year’s event was one for the record books and this year will be no exception – we can’t wait to kick off one of the biggest tournaments of the year.”
The event is set to stream on PokerGO, Poker Central’s live streaming video subscription service. In addition to PokerGO’s coverage, NBC Sports Network will feature Super High Roller Bowl episodes on both NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. For additional information please visit www.SuperHighRoller.com.
About Poker Central®
Poker Central is the ultimate destination for fans of poker tournaments, cash games, and lifestyle away from the tables. Poker Central delivers poker’s most premier live events around the world via PokerGO, its direct-to-consumer OTT subscription service, as well as through network television distribution. PokerGO delivers over 100 days of live poker on an annual basis alongside a video-on-demand library that features original series and classic poker programming. Streaming and televised tournaments include its owned tournaments, such as Super High Roller Bowl and Poker Masters, along with The World Series of Poker, ARIA High Roller Series, and WPT final tables, among others. For more information, visit www.pokercentral.com and www.pokergo.com.
About ARIA Resort & Casino
ARIA Resort & Casino is a stunning AAA Five Diamond resort on the Las Vegas Strip featuring spectacular amenities, high-end service, premium meeting and convention space, striking architecture and sustainable design. Offering a dynamic collection of curated experiences, ARIA is home to restaurants by award-winning chefs Julian Serrano, Michael Mina, Shawn McClain, Mario Carbone and Jean-Georges Vongerichten; the tranquil Spa & Salon at ARIA and the Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond ARIA Sky Suites. Combined with its unparalleled offerings including the first-of-its-kind public Fine Art Collection, ARIA sets the bar for a new generation of resort experiences. ARIA and its neighboring properties within CityCenter, which is a joint venture whose interests are owned 50% by subsidiaries of MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) and 50% by Infinity World Development Corp, a subsidiary of Dubai World. For more information and reservations, visit mgmresorts.com/ariacall toll free at (866) 359-7757 or find us on Facebook and Twitter