American Poolplayers Association (APA) and Billiard TV Team Up to Bring U.S. Amateur Championship Live to Billiards Fans

The American Poolplayers Association (APA) has joined forces with Billiard TV, the first 24/7 channel dedicated to the world of billiards, to provide live coverage of the upcoming U.S. Amateur Championship and other championship events produced by APA.

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Taking place in Orlando from November 2-5, the U.S. Amateur Championship will see the finest amateur players from North America vying for the highly sought-after title in both the Women’s and Open Divisions.

Jason Bowman, the Marketing Director of APA, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to collaborate with Billiard TV to broadcast the upcoming U.S. Amateur Championship and future APA championship events. This presents an opportunity to introduce some of the most talented amateur pool players to an entirely new audience.”

Brendan Canning, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer of Triple-B Media, the owner and operator of Billiard TV, echoed the excitement, saying, “We are delighted to partner with the American Poolplayers Association and bring the best of amateur pool play to the millions of viewers who tune in to Billiard TV each month. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership to stream APA’s championship events and connect with its global member base.”

Billiard TV is a free, ad-supported television channel offering over 1,000 hours of live events from around the world. It is available in nearly 100 million homes and can be accessed through platforms such as Samsung TV Plus (in the United States, Nordics, and India), YouTube TV, XUMO, LG, Sling TV, Fubo, Google TV, Xiaomi, Local Now, Plex, TCL, sports.tv, The Grio, SportsTribal TV, Distro TV, Freebie TV, Rad TV, RedBox, Freecast, Stremium, Channel Box, and Streamstak, which are all owned and operated by Triple-B Media.

During this year’s U.S. Amateur Championship, APA will live-stream 19 rounds, featuring commentary from APA’s Jason Bowman and Team USA Mosconi Cup Captain Jeremy Jones.

To qualify for the U.S. Amateur Championship, nearly 2,500 players participated in a series of Preliminary Rounds. The top players from these rounds advanced to the Championship Rounds in Orlando. This double-elimination tournament offers the nation’s top amateur players the chance to exhibit their skills in a combination of 8-Ball and 9-Ball matches.

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