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Renowned online poker operator and subscription service provider Poker Central announced this week that it would be debuting a six-episode poker lifestyle series dubbed the ‘Super High Roller Club.’ This new lifestyle series debuts today, February 26th, and it is being launched in partnership with Believe Entertainment Group.

Hosted by veteran commentator Ali Nejad, the Super High Roller Club will focus on the lifestyles of the rich and famous in the poker industry as they “engage in their hobbies and explore their passions from the tables.” Already the list of players that will be participating in the mini-series includes Brandon, Adams, Nick Schulman, Daniel Negreanu, Farah Galfond, Antonio Esfandiari and Phil Hellmuth, all of who are remarkable poker players. Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, and Phil Hellmuth are part owners of Poker Central and PokerGO, its related production company, hence putting all this together was rather easy for Poker Central and Believe Entertainment Group.

Banking on Previous Success?

This is Poker Central’s and Believe Entertainment Group’s second joint venture with the first being in the last year when the two collaborated to create a short-form and poker-themed sitcom called “Poker Nights.” The sitcom is still available via Poker Central, in case you are interested – it featured a number of quite popular New York-based comedians like Wes Haney, Neko White, Emily Tarver, Richie Moriarty, Dan Chamberlain and Chris Parnell.

“This series will give viewers a glimpse inside the lives of poker’s most notable high stakes players as they pursue their greatest non-poker passions,” said Sam Simmons, Poker Central’s vice president of content. “Fans will have the opportunity to watch the world’s most interesting poker personalities experience the finest pursuits that Vegas has to offer – from sports, fashion to fine dining.”

The Super High Roller Club series will be a great addition to Poker Central’s flourishing library of on-demand content. Over the past few years, the company has been amassing a decent amount of viewable content over which gives it a unique edge over its competitors, if any. Other than that the lifestyle offerings that its customers are able to enjoy, the company has further been known to offer paid streaming of a number of major events including the World Series of Poker, the World Poker Tour, the ARIA High Roller Series as well the Poker Masters. As such, the current venture is likely to be as fruitful as the others were and this will definitely elevate Poker Central’s position in the poker world.