Wales to Host First Ever World Snooker Grand Prix

June 25, 2014

The Welsh resort of Llandudno has been awarded the right to host the inaugural World Grand Prix tournament by the World Snooker governing body.

The World Grand Prix will feature 32 top snooker players competing for a top prize £100, viagra 100mg 000 (US$169,860).

Masterminded by World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn (pictured), the total prize fund will stand at £300,000 ($509,598), with the top 32 players from the 2014 World Championship to the 2015 Gydnia Open, qualifying.

Commenting on the new tournament and the decision to take it to Wales, Hearn said: “This will be the biggest snooker event ever staged in North Wales and we are delighted to bring the sport to an area where we know we will get massive support.

“It’s an incredible opportunity for the people in Llandudno and the surrounding area to see the very best players competing for a prestigious new crown – and a huge top prize.”

The event will take place on March 16-22, 2015.