Watch WST Pro Series On Matchroom Live

March 8, 2021

The WST Pro Series resumes this week with the likes of Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Mark Williams and Mark Allen on the baize.

The remaining dates for the world ranking event are:

March 9-16: Groups nine to 16
March 17-20: Second group stage
March 21: Final group

Click here for the Group Draw

Click here for the match schedule

Fans across the world (except China) can watch the action on Matchroom.Live  The Matchroom Live platform gives fans across the planet the chance to watch live content from the outstanding portfolio of Matchroom sports, including snooker, darts, boxing, pool and many more. There is also a wealth of classic archive content featuring great moments from the past 40 years.

Fans in the UK can watch the WST Pro Series on Matchroom Live for 99p per day, or buy an event pass for all 13 days for £5.99.   

You can also watch the event on a variety of betting websites.

And in China, fans can watch on Superstar Online, Migu and

Players have been split into 16 groups of eight for the initial round-robin phase. All matches are best of three frames, and the top two in each group will progress to the second group stage.

The second phase will feature 32 players split into four groups of eight. Once again the top two in each group will go forward. The player who finishes top of the final group of eight players will be crowned the champion.

Already through to phase two are Joe Perry, Xiao Guodong, Kyren Wilson, Sunny Akani, Martin O’Donnell, Lu Ning, Stuart Bingham, Sam Craigie, Zhao Xintong, Dominic Dale, Shaun Murphy, Louis Heathcote, Luo Honghao, Zhou Yuelong, Luca Brecel and Jack Lisowski.

Prize money for the world ranking event is:

First group stage
Winner: £4,000
Runner-up: £3,000
3rd Place: £2,500
4th Place:  £2,000
5th Place: £1,500
6th Place: £1,000
7th Place: £500
8th Place: £0

Second group stage
Winner: £10,000
Runner-up: £7,500
3rd place: £5,000
4th place: £4,000
5th place: £3,000
6th place: £2,000
7th place: £1,500
8th place: £1,000

Final group stage
Winner: £20,000
Runner-up: £10,000
3rd place: £7,500
4th place: £5,000
5th place: £4,000
6th place: £3,000
7th place: £2,000
8th place: £1,000

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