Championship League Snooker 2020


Stadium MK, Milton Keynes | September 13 - October 30 2020

Stage One September 13 - October 5 2020

Played across two blocks of eight days: September 13-20 and September 28–October 5. This stage features 32 groups of four players, with two tables per day hosting one group each. The player who tops each group will progress to Stage Two.

Stage Two October 26 - 29 2020

The 32 stage one group winners split into eight further groups of four, with two groups per day played over two tables.

Stage Three October 30 2020

The eight Stage Two Group Winners battle it out over two final groups, with the two group winners contesting the best-of-5 final

The Final October 30 2020

The final two group winners compete in a best-of-five final for the title, an additional £20,000 and a place in the Champion of Champions.

Prize Fund

Stage One

#1
£3,000Winner
#2
£2,000Runner Up
#3
£1,0003rd Place

Stage Two

#1
£4,000Winner
#2
£3,000Runner Up
#3
£2,0003rd Place
#4
£1,0004th Place

Stage Three

#1
£6,000Winner
#2
£4,000Runner Up
#3
£2,0003rd Place
#4
£1,0004th Place

Final

#1
£20,000Winner
#2
£10,000Runner Up

Format


Following the unprecedented success of this summer’s Championship League, the event has been expanded to a full WST ranking event feature 128 players over 21 days, split into three weeks across September and October.

  • STAGE ONE will be played across two blocks of eight days: September 13-20 and September 28–October 5. This stage features 32 groups of four players, with two tables per day hosting one group each. The player who tops each group will progress to Stage Two.
  • STAGE TWO (October 26-29) sees the 32 group winners split into eight further groups of four, with two groups per day also played over two tables.
  • STAGE THREE (October 30) will see the eight Stage Two Group Winners battle it out over two final groups, with the two group winners contesting the best-of-5 final.

GROUP STANDINGS

Players will be awarded three points for a win and one point for a drawn match. The Group Table standings will be determined by the following criteria, in this order:

  1. Highest number of points
  2. Net frame difference
  3. Result of match between the two players in question. Should three or more players be tied then a mini table will be produced using the criteria above.
  4. Highest break in the group
  5. If the highest break is also tied, the next highest break made by the players in question will be used

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