A new premier poker tournament; the Super High Roller Bowl, has today been announced by Poker Central, a global VIP poker news and viral video site, which ‘offers a peek behind the scenes into the VIP lifestyle and lavish, jet-setting world of high roller poker players’.
Poker Central will hold a series of poker tournaments through the platform of a leading online poker room: partypoker.
The tournament is scheduled for the 23rd May 2020 and will run until the 1st June 2020 and offers $20 million in guaranteed prize money.
According to Poker Central the ‘tournament will have a total of 28 High Roller events ranging from a $10,000 entry fee up to a $100,000 entry fee. All tournaments will be two-day events, kicking off with an 8-Max event with a guarantee of $1,000,000 for a buy-in of $25,000 + $500.
The player who collects the most points in the first 27 events is the series champion and will receive a free entry into the Super High Roller Bowl Online.
The Super High Roller Bowl Online is an 8-Max, two-day freezeout event with a guaranteed prize pool of $3,000,000.
The buy-in will be $100,000 + $2,000 and starting stacks will be 300,000. Ten of the final tables in the tournament series will stream exclusively on PokerGO and Poker Central will award free annual subscriptions to the streaming platform to competitors who play an event.’
Chief Business Officer of Poker Central J.R. McCabe commented on the announcement:
“After a successful Poker Masters Online tournament, we knew we had to continue the momentum with an online Super High Roller Bowl series in lieu of a live tournament this year. Our partnership with partypoker will allow us to continue to deliver what our fans love – live poker from the best players in the world.”
partypoker is run by GVC Holdings and is available in 14 different languages and hosts tournaments that run 24 hours a day, which players can register for online.
Tom Waters, managing director of partypoker said:
“In this time of increased caution, partypoker’s goal is to help fans and players in the poker industry continue to partake in the excitement of the game.”