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Players Series Tickets On Sale

Tickets for all three events in the 2022/23 Players Series are on sale now.

The three events are:

World Grand Prix. January 16-22, 2023. Cheltenham Racecourse
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Tickets from just £17 and book early to get an extra 20% off

Players Championship. February 20-26, 2023. Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton
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Tickets from just £20 and book early to get an extra 20% off

Tour Championship. March 27 to April 2, 2023. Bonus Arena, Hull
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Tickets from just £22 and book early to get an extra 20% off

These three events have all become highlights of the World Snooker Tour in recent seasons as they feature elite fields of players at the peak of their form.

Neil Robertson won both the Players Championship and the Tour Championship last season

Only the top 32 from this season’s one-year ranking list qualify for the World Grand Prix, then the top 16 make it to the Players Championship, and the top eight graduate to the finale of the series, the Tour Championship.

Snooker’s biggest stars have won titles in this series in recent years, including Ronnie O’Sullivan, Neil Robertson, Judd Trump and John Higgins.

All three world ranking tournaments have extensive live coverage from ITV and a host of other broadcasters worldwide.

WST Chairman Steve Dawson said: “These are three fantastic events which always produce snooker of astonishing quality. From the start of the season, players have their eyes fixed on the one-year ranking list as every pound earned counts towards qualification for this Series. We know we have outstanding venues which have hosted events before in Cheltenham and Wolverhampton, and we are thrilled to be going to Hull for the first time which looks like a superb new location for our tour. Fans lucky enough to secure tickets for any of these tournaments can look forward to seeing the very best players competing for coveted titles.”