We can now confirm the final list of players who will compete on the World Snooker Tour during the 2020/21 season.
These players finished inside the top 64 of the official world ranking list at the end of last season and so will retain their places on the circuit, with a one-year card.
End of season rankings:
These players competed on the main tour in 2019/20 and will start the 2020/21 season on the second year of their two-year tour cards.
The top eight players on the one-year ranking list, not already inside of the top 64 of the two-year ranking list or on the first year of a two-year card, have earned a tour card for the 2020/21 season. They receive a fresh two-year tour card, starting on zero ranking points.
A further 12 will be promoted from the Q School and again they will receive a two-year tour card.
Four players qualified via World Snooker Federation tournaments. They will also earn a two-year card.
Three players qualified via the World Snooker Challenge Tour. They will also earn a two-year card.
Two players have qualified via the CBSA China Tour. They earn a fresh two-year tour cards.
The remaining players come from other amateur/international competitions and again will earn a two-year card.
Two players qualified by qualifying for the final stages of the 2020 World Championship and will receive a two-year card.
Two players have been awarded a new two-year Invitational Tour Card for the upcoming season.
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