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With the global interest in snooker growing, how long can ‘Steel City’ Sheffield hold onto the sport’s World Championship? Elisha Chauhan finds out.
World Snooker commercial director Miles Pearce talks to Owen Evans about taking snooker to new frontiers with the inaugural Indian Open, and explains why it is the perfect platform for the sport to eventually become part of the Olympic Family.
Cheltenham Racecourse in the UK will host a major snooker tournament for the first time next year when the World Grand Prix takes place.
World Snooker has announced that a new event will be added to its calendar in 2019.
World Snooker, the organising body of the sport’s main ranking events, has extended its long-running data partnership with sports and betting-related services company Sportradar.
World Snooker has revealed details of a new tournament in the Romanian capital of Bucharest that will feature a prize fund of €200,000 ($250,000).
World Snooker has announced that the China Open will become only the second tournament to offer £1m (€1.13m/$1.36m) in prize money after sealing a new hosting agreement with joint promoters Star Xing Pai and Beijing Fuhua Culture Tourism Development.
The World Snooker Federation has announced that Malta will host its inaugural WSF Championships.
UK sports promotional company Matchroom Sport has launched a new division as it seeks to further diversify its portfolio.
A new International Federation (IF) has been formed for snooker with a view to driving the sport’s long-term goal of securing a place on the Olympic Programme.
World Snooker has announced that the Belgian city of Lommel will host the 2017 edition of its European Masters, while the sport’s global governing body has also confirmed that this year’s English Open will take place in the Yorkshire town of Barnsley.
Guangzhou will stage its first-ever professional snooker tournament in November after World Snooker announced details of a new event in the Chinese city.
Snooker’s Players Championship will take place in Llandudno in North Wales in 2017.
The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA), the sport’s global governing body, has handed Leo Fernandez a 15-month ban after the Irish player admitted to a corruption charge.
The World Snooker Championship will remain in the UK city of Sheffield for at least the next 10 years after a new deal was brokered by World Snooker.
Jason Ferguson, president of the World Confederation of Billiard Sports (WCBS), has said that the organisation will continue its drive for snooker to feature at the Olympics by launching a new bid for its inclusion at the 2024 Games, as well as that year’s Paralympic Games.
Romania will stage its first-ever professional snooker tournament next year after details of a new world ranking event in the country were announced by World Snooker, the sport's global governing body.
The World Ladies Billiards and Snooker Association (WLBSA) has rebranded as World Ladies Billiards and Snooker (WLBS) and become a subsidiary of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) in an effort to boost development of the women’s game.
World Snooker has announced that its Players Championship will be staged in the English city of Manchester for the first time next year.
World Snooker has confirmed that its International Championship event will move from Chengdu to Daqing, China for its 2015 edition.
Gibraltar will stage its maiden professional snooker tournament as part of World Snooker’s European Tour.
The World Confederation of Billiard Sports (WCBS) has elected World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) chairman Jason Ferguson as its new president.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has unveiled a ‘Home Series’ of ranking events as part of a new five-year strategic plan for the sport that will take effect from 2016.
The Chinese city of Wuxi will host snooker’s World Cup this year, with the national team event set to return to the calendar for the first time since 2011.