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PokerGo to Stream Aria High Roller Series Final Tables

The Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas has quickly grown to the be high stakes capital of the United States, especially for High Roller tournaments. Since 2014, the Aria High Roller Series has awarded nearly $70 million in prize money and has been the showcase for high stakes pros.

Now fans will have the opportunity to watch the Aria High Roller Series in its entirety thanks for PokerGo. Starting on October 27, fans will be able to watch all of the final table of the Aria High Roller Series on PokerGo.

Monthly High Roller Series Features Elite of High Stakes World

The Aria High Roller Series is a regular series of High Roller tournaments, often held once monthly at the Aria in Las Vegas. The three-day series rotates events with buy-ins of $10k, $25k, $50k and $100k.

According to a press release issued by Poker Central, the series has average prize pools of $872,900. It’s not uncommon to see first place walk away with between $500k and $700k in prize money. This past May, Christian Christner won a $100k High Roller for $1.4 million – the largest first place prize in Aria High Roller history.

Now fans will be able to follow all of the final table action on PokerGo. According to pro player Brian Rast, “The ARIA High Roller Series brings together the best players, incredible prize pools, and a truly electric atmosphere to deliver the year-round high stakes poker that I love being a part of. Thanks to PokerGO, fans now have the chance to watch the best of the best battle it out at the ARIA tables on a regular basis.”

The Aria High Roller often features many of the top names in high stakes poker. Players such as Doug Polk, Jake Schindler, Rainer Kempe, Scott Seiver, Cary Katz, David Peters and Poker Hall of Famer Erik Seidel are among the regulars in the event.

Fedor Holz has done remarkably well, winning over $7.48 million in events at the Aria. He’s won four Aria High Roller Events in the last two years, including a pair of events in back-to-back days in May.

Aria High Roller Series Further Expands PokerGo Programming

The addition of the Aria High Roller Series further expands the growing library of programming offered by the fledgling streaming poker station. According to Poker Central President Joe Kakaty, “The ARIA High Roller Series is a hidden treasure in the high stakes world that we are proud to share with PokerGO subscribers. The never-before streamed tournament series is a strong addition to our live poker schedule as we continue to provide the best poker programming for our subscribers.”

Of course, the streaming of live final tables will help further the popularity of the Aria High Roller Series. Sean McCormack, Aria Director of Poker Operations, was thrilled at the prospect, stating, “We look forward to hosting one of the world’s top high stakes events at the resort later this month. Our partners at Poker Central are the leaders in the industry and this is a great opportunity to offer the PokerGO viewers a chance to watch their favorite players compete in our tournaments live and on-demand.”

PokerGo is an online streaming network offering original poker programming and live tournament action. They live streamed numerous events during the 2017 World Series of Poker along with numerous days of the 2017 WSOP Main Event.

New subscribers to PokerGo can enjoy unlimited access to programming for just $10 per month. There are no contracts and you can cancel at any time. To learn more about PokerGo, head to

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