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BetVictor German Masters

  • Location

  • Venue

  • Start Date

    29 Jan 2024
  • Finish Date

    04 Feb 2024
  • Total Prize Money

  • Format

    Ranking event
  • Winner Prize Money

  • Current Champion(s)

    Ali Carter
  • Qualifier Location

  • Qualifier Venue

  • Qualifier Start Date

    18 Dec 2023
  • Qualifier Finish Date

    22 Dec 2022

Ali Carter won the 2023 BetVictor German Masters, beating Tom Ford 10-3 in the final at the famous Tempodrom in Berlin.

We are delighted to announce that the final stages of the 2024 BetVictor German Masters will be extended from five to seven days, with the event running from January 29th to February 4th at the iconic Tempodrom.

With record crowds at this year’s event, the decision has been taken to add an extra two days of action in 2024. The format and qualification criteria are still under consideration and will be released in due course.

Tickets are ON SALE NOW and certain sessions are expected to reach capacity quickly, so don’t miss out. For details see

The Tempodrom is widely recognised as one of the best on snooker’s global circuit, in the heart of one of the world’s most fascinating cities.

Zhao Xintong won the 2022 event, thrashing Yan Bingtao 9-0 in the final. Judd Trump won it in 2021 with a 9-2 thrashing of Jack Lisowski in the final, becoming the first player to win the title in consecutive years. Trump won the tournament for the first time in 2020, beating Neil Robertson 9-6 in the final.

Snooker’s popularity in Germany has grown massively since the sport was first televised by Eurosport in 2003, and this tournament has been described as the ‘Woodstock of Snooker’ – drawing fans from all over the country to see the best players in the world.

Former winners include Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ding Junhui, Mark Williams and Mark Selby. In 2017, Anthony Hamilton won his first ranking title by beating Ali Carter in the final.  Mark Williams won the title in 2018, beating Graeme Dott 9-1 in the final, then in 2019 Kyren Wilson scored a 9-7 final win over David Gilbert.

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