Over the summer, "Jeopardy!" fans watched as Las Vegas gambler James Holzhauer dominated the long-running trivia game show. His 32-day winning streak ultimately ended when he was bested by librarian Emma Boettcher, but not before Holzhauer racked up more than $2.4 million. Now, he is set to return to the Alex Trebek-hosted program.

On Tuesday, Holzhauer shared a video on Twitter promoting his upcoming "Jeopardy!" appearance as part of the Tournament of Champions, which can be seen below.

Earlier this year, when Holzhauer's winning streak did officially end, it was also accompanied by a bit of controversy. This was due to the fact that a clip leaked online ahead of the actual episode. At the time of the leak, "Jeopardy!" executive producer Harry Friedman stated that once the person responsible was tracked down, the show would take "very, very, very appropriate action" in terms of dealing with them.

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Those who watch the show may be surprised to learn that even though the Tournament of Champions is held nearly every year, the exact date varies.

According to the official "Jeopardy!" website, the competition is held when producers feel as though they have enough multiple-time winners to successfully compete. This year's lineup includes Gilbert Collins, Rachel Lindgren, and a handful of others aside from Jeopardy James.

The Tournament of Champions will begin on Nov. 4, which is when the 15 notable past champions will compete for the $250,000 grand prize.

New episodes of "Jeopardy!" are currently airing on weeknights. Check your local listings.

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“Jeopardy!” contestant James Holzhauer is headed back to the show. Sony Pictures Television/Jeopardy Productions, Inc.