The World Cup of Pool is firmly established as one of pool’s premier events.
Taking place annually, the World Cup pits nation against nation as 32 two-man teams battle it out over a total of 31 matches. Played over six days, the teams do battle initially in race-to-7 matches with the games stretching out to race-to-10 as the event progresses. All games are played to a ‘scotch doubles’ format whereby each player takes alternate shots.
The World Cup of Pool
48 Hours Live or 31x 1 hour highlights
32 countries’ two-player national teams 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.
32 nations from Europe, Asia, Oceania, South Africa, North and South America