Pink Ribbon Streaming Pulled

Disappointing news today from Gloucester as it has emerged that live streaming of the Pink Ribbon tournament, the world’s leading Charity Pro-Am event, has had to be taken off the air following an indication from World Snooker that continued coverage would put the professional players in breach of their contracts with World Snooker.

You can draw your own conclusions from that, but in the meantime you can continue to follow all of the latest scores from the event here.

Click below for the statement from On Q Promotions…


Paul Mount, owner of South West Snooker Academy, has received a phone call from a Director of World Snooker.

It has been pointed out to us that if we were to continue live streaming of matches involving the professional players we could put players at risk of being in breach of their player contracts with World Snooker.

We realised that we overlooked that we should have applied to World Snooker for a Sanction to stream the event.

We very much regret that we have had to disrupt your enjoyment of the Pink Ribbon Pro Am, the biggest Charity Pro Am in the World.

Of course you are more than welcome to come along and visit the Academy to watch matches live and we will continue to bring you updated results, news and photographs from the event.