Matchroom are the world leaders in hosting, promoting and broadcasting nine-ball pool. With a portfolio of major events headed by the transatlantic tussle which is the Mosconi Cup, Matchroom have been staging the tournaments the world’s best players all want to play in since 1993.
Pool’s high-octane version of golf’s Ryder Cup, the partypoker Mosconi Cup pits two five-man teams in intense battle over four days of play. The partypoker Mosconi Cup is pool’s biggest brand, and the most dramatic event in the billiards calendar.
The World Pool Masters is Pool’s longest running invitational event and sees 24 stars from around the world compete over three days for one of the most celebrated titles in the pool world.
The World Cup of Pool sees two-player teams from 32 countries compete in a straight knock out format over six days for a $250,000 prize-fund. With national pride at stake, the competition is intense and there are plenty of upsets in store.
The US Open Pool Championship is pool’s longest-running major and was acquired by Matchroom Sport ahead of its 43rd staging. Propelled onto the global TV stage under Matchroom stewardship, the US Open Pool Championship now boasts a $375,000 prize fund with 256 players from around the world doing battle for the biggest singles title in 9-ball.
In 2020, Matchroom Pool acquired the rights in perpetuity to host the World Pool Championship in a ground-breaking agreement with the WPA. The World Pool Championship joins Matchroom Pool’s portfolio of major events and will benefit from increased prize money and global TV coverage.
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