Riverside recruit Kirk Thompson will play alongside fellow West Indian Lendl Simmons and South African international Wayne Parnell in the United States next year.
The big-hitting all-rounder will feature in his second US Open T20 competition in March after impressing for the Miami Sharks last season.
This time, Thompson will represent the Adam Sanford All Stars in a competition set to contain more international firepower than ever before.
"It's been on for the last 11 years there - I played in it last year for the Miami Sharks and I did pretty well," the 25-year-old said.
"I'm looking forward to it being a great tournament because there's a lot more superstars and professionals this year.
"There's one [tournament] from December 18-23 and one after I leave Australia which is in March - I'll do the one in March and right after that I leave to go to Dubai because I was also picked up in a Dubai T20 league for the Qatar Super Kings."
Arriving at the club three weeks ago, Thompson is yet to get his game to click in Tasmanian conditions but is confident his first big score is just around the corner.
The Barbados native said he was beginning to get a feel for slower, lower pitches and was feeling right at home at Windsor Park.
"I'm enjoying my cricket at Riverside - I haven't had the start I've wanted but it's been a good learning curve for me as a professional learning to adapt to the new conditions," he said.
"It's a little bit cold in Tasmania but the guys have been really good and I've had a lot of support from Matty Geeves.
"I've really enjoyed his coaching and apart from that, the president Rob Artis has backed me and then Tom Garwood and Lyndon Stubbs.
"I've played three innings now and I've only had one decent start which was against Burnie Hurricanes but apart form that I'm just looking forward to the rest of the season.
"My target is still 900 runs - I think it'll still get there before the season is finished it's just going to call for a bit more consistency now."
Riverside will host bottom-of-the-table Mowbray on Saturday.
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