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WSF Welcomes Pan American Development

The World Snooker Federation (WSF) is pleased to announce the Pan American Snooker and Billiards Association (PABSA), a new continental federation which has become a full member of the WSF. PABSA brings together key stakeholders like the USA, Canada, Brazil and more creating a new platform to develop new opportunities through the WSF’s mission to… Read More

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Africa Joins World Snooker Federation

WPBSA is today pleased to announce that the African Billiards and Snooker Confederation (ABSC) has become the latest regional body to become a full member of the World Snooker Federation (WSF). The agreement follows positive discussions between both organisations in recent months during which it has become clear that the interests of the WSF and… Read More

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Oceania Joins World Snooker Federation

The World Snooker Federation is delighted to welcome the Oceania Billiards and Snooker Federation (OBSF) as the latest full member of the WSF. The WSF continues to welcome the support of national and regional bodies that share its commitment to both good governance and the expansion of amateur snooker across the globe. With its rich history… Read More

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WPBSA Statement – Cao Yupeng And Yu Delu

Following a lengthy investigation into alleged breaches of the WPBSA Rules by Yu Delu and Cao Yupeng by the WPBSA Integrity Unit working with Sportradar Integrity Services, a decision has been taken today that both players have a case to answer. In the case of Yu Delu, this relates to manipulating the outcome of five… Read More

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WPBSA Statement – David John

Following an investigation into alleged breaches of the WPBSA Rules by David John by the WPBSA Integrity Unit working with Sportradar Integrity Services and the GB Gambling Commission, a decision has been taken today that John has a case to answer. This relates to manipulating the outcome of matches he was involved in since 2016… Read More

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Main Tour Qualification 2018/19

The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) and World Snooker have today published the breakdown of players to compete on the 2018/19 World Snooker Tour. Victory for China’s Luo Honghao at last week’s World Snooker Federation Championships in Malta saw him become the latest player earn his place on the professional circuit and he was formally presented with his tour… Read More

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Luo Honghao Wins WSF Championship

The first-ever mixed gender WSF Championship staged by the World Snooker Federation has been won by Chinese teenager Luo Honghao following a 6-0 demolition of Adam Stefanów today in Malta. Both players progressed to today’s showpiece match following deciding-frame victories yesterday, but the final proved to be a one-sided affair. Luo followed an opening frame… Read More

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WSF Championships Reaches Last 16

Just 16 players remain in the hunt to become the first ever winner of the WSF Championships in Malta following the opening two sessions of the event on Thursday. Held at the Dolmen Hotel, the tournament offers a key pathway to the World Snooker Tour, with the winner guaranteed to earn a two-year tour card… Read More

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WSF Championship Set for Knockout Rounds

The draw for the knockout stages of the inaugural WSF Championships has been made today in Malta. View the knockout draw Following the conclusion of the final round robin group matches on Wednesday morning, the initial 90-strong field has been reduced to 54 players all looking to take home the winner’s trophy and earn their… Read More

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Figueiredo Wins WSF Seniors Championship

Brazil’s Igor Figueiredo became the first winner of the WSF Seniors Championship on Saturday after he came from behind to defeat Welshman Darren Morgan 5-3 in the final. The 40-year-old former professional from Rio de Janeiro reached the final following victory against Ireland’s Michael Judge earlier in the day, while Morgan held off UAE star… Read More

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