The Iranian will feature at the venue stages of the ranking event in December.
Hossein Vafaei beat Fan Zhengyi 4-2 in the qualifying round of the Scottish Open on Sunday at the Metrodome in Barnsley.
The 26 year-old, a former world amateur champion, took advantage of his opponent’s late arrival – with Fan docked a frame for turning up late for the fixture.
Vafaei subsequently won the opening two frames to lead 3-0, and despite a late rally from the Chinese competitor, he held on with a break of 68 sealing his place in the last 64 of the Scottish Open.
Three of Fan’s countrymen fared a lot better, with Li Hang, Xu Si, and Wu Yize all managing to emerge unscathed from their preliminary-round encounters.
Wu secured a particularly impressive victory against world number 27 Kurt Maflin, while Xu got the better of compatriot Lu Ning in what was generally a scrappy affair.
Li, meanwhile, was in no mood to hang around as he thumped veteran Nigel Bond with a 4-0 scoreline that included breaks of 92 and 58.
Elsewhere, Sunny Akani got the other bagel of the day thanks to a 4-0 drubbing of Lukas Kleckers, while Robbie Williams overcame Soheil Vahedi 4-2.
Sanderson Lam defied his amateur status to prevail in a nail-biting decider with Jamie Clarke, and Ukrainian teenager Iulian Boiko won his first match this season with a 4-2 triumph against Louis Heathcote.
On Monday, the Scottish Open qualifying action continues with Stephen Hendry, Ryan Day, Graeme Dott, and Luca Brecel among those set to participate.
Live coverage continues on Eurosport and via the Matchroom.Live streaming service.
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