Registration for the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl opened at the top of the month and after a second-straight year of overwhelming interest, a live lottery will be held to determine the first 30 players that will compete in this year’s $300,000 buy-in event.

The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl Lottery will be held at 4 PM ET on March 21 and will stream live on PokerGO. The Super High Roller Bowl Lottery will also stream for free, making the high stakes sweat available to non-subscribers prior to next week’s Poker After Dark broadcast. PokerGO commentator Ali Nejad will host both broadcasts and the lottery will be overseen by ARIA Poker’s Sean McCormack and Paul Campbell.

To be eligible for the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl Lottery, players must submit a $30,000 non-refundable deposit and register before ARIA closes registration on March 20. When registration closes, Poker Central will publicize a final player list and those players will be entered in the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl Lottery.

30 of those players will lock up a seat to the year’s most exclusive event and the remaining 18 spots will be reserved for ARIA’s VIP guest entrants. More information on those remaining seats will be announced at a later time. It should be noted, the Super High Roller Bowl is an open event and does not require an invitation to participate.

The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl will take place from May 27 to May 30, with PokerGO set to stream the action from start to finish. In addition to PokerGO’s coverage, NBC Sports Network will feature Super High Roller Bowl episodes throughout 2018.

To find out who will be competing in the year’s biggest event this spring, watch the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl Lottery live on PokerGO next week. For more information, visit SuperHighRollerBowl.com and follow Poker Central on all social media channels.

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