All snooker players in Asia and Oceania, please be reminded that the deadline to enter Q School is Monday May 16th at 12 noon.
NEWS UPDATE: As well as four players from Asia-Oceania Q School earning a place on the World Snooker Tour, the next eight players will be offered a place on the 2022/23 WPBSA Q Tour. The WPBSA Q Tour is a high-quality amateur circuit, staging a series of events in the UK and Europe, and it offers another pathway on to the World Snooker Tour.
Snooker’s first ever Asia-Oceania Q School will take place in June, giving new opportunities for the most talented players in those regions to graduate to the professional tour.
Asia-Oceania Q School 2022 will take place in Bangkok, starting on June 1st. Two tournaments will be staged, with the finalists from both to earn a two-year card to the World Snooker Tour. So in total four players will be awarded a place on the professional circuit for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons.
The event will be open to anyone who is resident in Asia and Oceania, with an entry fee of £400.
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