Here’s the prize money breakdown for the 2021 Betfred Masters: Winner: £250,000. Runner-up: £100,000. Semi-finals: £60,000. Quarter-finals: £30,000. Last 16: £15,000.
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Here’s the prize money breakdown for the 2021 Betfred World Championship: Winner: £500,000 Runner-up: £200,000 Semi-finals: £100,000 Quarter-finals: £50,000 Last 16: £30,000 Last 32: £20,000 Last 48: £15,000 Last 80: £10,000 Last 112: £5,000 High break: £15,000 Total: £2,395,000
Prize fund. The prize fund for the event was £725,000, with the winner receiving £250,000. A breakdown is as follows: Winner: £250,000; Runner-up: £100,000; Semi-finals: £60,000; Quarter-finals: £30,000; Last 16: £15,000; Highest break: £15,000; Total: £725,000; Summary First round
The 2021 World Snooker Championship (also referred to as the 2021 Betfred World Snooker Championship for the purposes of sponsorship) was a professional snooker tournament, that took place from 17 April to 3 May 2021 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. Read more.
Masters Snooker Final 2021 Prize Money The total prize money on offer for 2021 is 725000 which is the third highest amount in Britain only behind the World Championships and the UK Championships. Judd Trump is current defending champion of the Masters earn 200000 as winners share in 2019.
March 21, 2021 Monique Professional snooker tournament Professional snooker. WST has confirmed the coming World Championship prize money and format: Sunday 21 Mar 2021 12:35PM. Here’s the prize money breakdown for the 2021 Betfred World Championship: Winner: £500,000.
Sunday 4 Apr 2021 08:47PM. WST and the WPBSA have agreed to provide a prize of £40,000 for a 147 made at the Crucible this year during the Betfred World Championship, and £10,000 for a maximum made during the qualifying rounds. These bonuses are on top of the £15,000 high break prize which will apply throughout the whole event.
Masters snooker prize money breakdown. Winner: £250,000. Runner-up: £100,000. Semi-finals: £60,000. Quarter-finals: £30,000. Last 16: £15,000
The high break prize for the tournament is £15,000 and this runs across the qualifiers and the main event. Fans anywhere in the world will be able to watch the qualifying rounds on Eurosport, Eurosport Player, online broadcasters in China or (in all other territories) FREE on Matchroom Live .