Predator Pro Billiard Series Hits New Zealand

The Predator Pro Billiard Series is making its way to Hamilton, New Zealand, for an exciting lineup of tournaments from September 2nd to 8th, 2024. This eagerly awaited event will feature top-tier pool action in the stunning city of Hamilton.

Headlining the series is the Massé WPA Women’s World 9-Ball Championship, where 48 elite players will compete for the coveted gold medal and an impressive $175,000 Prize Fund. Defending champion Chieh Yu Chou, currently ranked number 1 in the world, will face fierce competition from a talented field of challengers.

Adding to the excitement, young talents will showcase their skills in the Predator WPA Junior World Championships, featuring divisions for Girls, Boys under 17, and Boys under 19, all competing in 10-Ball.

Inaugurating the event is the Predator New Zealand Men’s Open, with 64 players vying for a $75,000 Prize Fund. Registration for this event opens on May 15th. All competitions will take place at the renowned Claudelands Events Centre in Hamilton.

Vincent Rochefort, PBS Event Manager, expressed enthusiasm about bringing the series to New Zealand, promising fans a week filled with unforgettable pool action. Bernie Endres, General Manager of Massé, highlighted the importance of promoting the sport among women and junior players, aligning with their commitment to growing the game.

Ishaun Singh, President of the World Pool Association, eagerly anticipates the championships, emphasizing the global talent and inspiration these events bring to players of all ages and backgrounds.

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