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Snooker 2022-23 season Dates, Prize Money of all Upcoming Events

It’s going to be another exciting Snooker season in 2022/23 while the calendar’s beginning to develop very nicely. The 2021/22 snooker year will be that will be remembered for the sport’s recovery from the pandemic Covid-19. And Ronnie O’Sullivan making history. Check Snooker 2022-23 season Dates.

It’s difficult to know the next season’s events. But it’s not impossible to find crucial dates to add to your calendar. A lot of smaller tournaments are still to be confirmed, but we know the dates. And locations of the major events will take place during the 2022-23 season.

Snooker 2022-23 season Dates

Snooker 2022-23 season Dates
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 European Masters in August

  • August 16-21, European Masters
  • Total prize fund: PS407,000
  • Winner’s share: PS80,000

Defending champion: Fan Zhengyi

The Championship League is the official beginning of the 2022/23 year. But in the case of the top players is concerned. The season gets in the air during the European Masters in August.

The event this year will be held within Germany in the German city of Stadthalle in Furth. It will be the honorary hosting of the event. Fan Zhengyi is the defending champion who benefited from his success at Milton Keynes last season.

British Open in Sept-Oct

  • Sept 26-Oct 2 British Open
  • Total prize fund: PS470,000
  • Winner’s share: PS100,000

Champion in the fight: Mark Williams

 The British Masters took a 17-year break until the year that ended but everyone was pleased to see it back.  Marshall Arena Marshall Arena Milton Keynes will be hosting and Mark Williams will be defending.

The Welsh Potting Machine was not performing at its normal level despite winning the competition the previous year. But the Welsh Potting Machine will be delighted to do it next time if it means protecting his title.

Northern Ireland Open in October

  • October 16-23 Northern Ireland Open
  • Total prize fund: PS405,000
  • Winner’s share: PS70,000

Defending champion: Mark Allen

The Home Nations Series gets underway in Belfast in October, with Northern Ireland Masters. Northern Ireland Masters. The previous season, the title was taken by the home favorite Mark Allen. And he is determined to win the same feat this time.

Champion of Champions October- November

  • October 31 to November 6 Champion of Champions (Invitational)
  • Total Prize Fund: PS440,000
  • Winner’s share: PS150,000

The champion in the fight: Judd Trump

 There aren’t any ranking points for the Champion of Champions, but it’s still among the top sought-after titles available. This is an invitational event meaning that there are fewer competitors who share the prize.

UK Championship November

  • November 12-20, UK Championship
  • Total prize fund: PS1,009,000
  • Winner’s share: PS200,000

Defending champion: Zhao Xintong

The season kicks into a new tempo in November. When players gather at York’s Barbican Centre in York for the very first Triple Crown event of the campaign. The brilliant Zhao Xintong, becoming the fourth Chinese player to earn the ranking title, took home the title. There were also 147 points from Gary Wilson.

Scottish Open December

  • December 4 – December 4 Scottish Open
  • Total Prize Fund: PS405,000
  • Winner’s share: PS70,000

Defending champion: Luca Brecel

The Nations Series moves to Scotland in November 2022. But, the previous year, it was played in Wales thus don’t take it.

The location for the 2022 event is still to be determined at the moment. But, it is likely to likely be Luca Brecel. Who had the nerve to defeat Scotsman John Higgins in the final and defend?

English Open December

  • December 12-18 – English Open
  • Total prize fund: PS405,000
  • Winner’s share: PS70,000

Defending champion: Neil Robertson

It was the English Open final in 2021 that was snookered’ ‘s most memorable match of the season. Which saw Neil Robertson beating John Higgins 9-8 in a tense final.

Milton Keynes’ Marshall Arena hosted the event in the past. But the tournament will be moved from there to Brentwood in Essex for the 2022 edition.

 The Masters January

  • January 8-15, The Masters
  • Total Prize Fund: PS750,000
  • Winner’s share: PS250,000

Defending champion: Neil Robertson

The second part of the Triple Crown roars into Alexandria Palace in January to experience. It is the most memorable atmosphere in the game of snooker.

It’s a non-ranking tournament that brings together the best 16 players around the globe for a battle for a huge sum of money and fame. In the past, this year, it went to Neil Robertson, who was close to becoming unstoppable at moments during the campaign.

World Championship April – May

  • The 15th of April – 1st May World Championship
  • Total prize fund: PS2,395,000
  • Winner’s share: PS500,000

Defending champion: Ronnie O’Sullivan

This is the major one that the entire season is built towards. The last season was a pleasure to watch with the top players of 92 making it to the semi-finals as well as Ronnie O’Sullivan winning a record-equalling seventh world championship.

Will he be able to do it again in 2023 to become the first person to win 8? Or could one of the wealthy Chinese youngsters finally make it through and secure a first world championship for their nation?