IPA & APA WORLD 8 Ball Pool Championships; The World’s Largest Pool Tournament Event List of 2019

8 Ball Pool is the world’s #1 pool amusement where you can play with companions, 1-on-1, competitions and considerably more in this ongoing multiplayer diversion. Prepared your prompt and climb enough to wind up a Legend! In this class, you’ll discover data about the diversion that will enable you to out in regards to refreshes, interactivity, account related issues and others.

The World’s Largest Pool Tournament
August 8-17, 2019* in Las Vegas

The culmination of weekly APA League play is the 8-Ball World Championship and 9-Ball World Championship, which make up the APA World Pool Championships, held at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino.

The Jack & Jill Championship, Ladies 8-Ball Championship, Masters Championship and Team Captains Championship, as well as MiniMania, take place alongside the APA World Pool Championships.
APA 8-Ball World Championship
This event is open to any combination of men and women, with a 1st Place prize of $25,000.8-Ball Preliminary Schedule of Events.


All Times of Scheduled Events are Approximate & are Subject to Change.
The Final Schedule will be Distributed at Registration.


Thursday, August 8, 2019

  • 8 AM – 2 PM Team Registration
    Tournament Room Open for Practice
    2 PM – 3 PM Tournament Room Closed
    3:30 PM Team Captains Meeting (Team Captains Only)
    4 PM Opening Ceremony
    4:30 PM Round 1
    9:30 PM Round 2

Friday, August 9, 2019

  • 8 AM – 8:45 AM Tournament Room Open for Practice
    9 AM Round 3
    2 PM Round 4
    7 PM Round 5

Saturday, August 10, 2019

  • 8 AM – 8:45 AM Tournament Room Open for Practice
    9 AM Round 6
    2 PM Round 7
    7 PM Round 8

Sunday, August 11, 2019

  • 8 AM – 8:45 AM Tournament Room Open for Practice
    9 AM Round 9
    2 PM Round 10
    7 PM Round 11

Monday, August 12, 2019

  • 8 AM – 8:45 AM Tournament Room Open for Practice
    8 AM – 8:45 AM Tournament Room Open for Practice – Select Arenas
    9 AM Round 12
    2 PM Round 13
    7 PM Quarterfinals

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Pool

  • 8 AM – 8:45 AM Semifinals Practice
    9 AM Semifinals
    2 PM Awards Presentation for 3rd Place
    Sportsmanship Awards
    3 PM Finals
    Immediately Following Finals Awards Presentation for 1st & 2nd Places
    Approximately 8:00 PM

Competition is played on 3 ½’ X 7′ Valley Cougar 93 tables with Mercury Ultra cloth. The ball set is Aramith Premier 2 ¼” using the Valley Cougar cue ball.

A Modified Single Elimination Format that allows every team the opportunity to play at least twice before being eliminated. All qualified teams receive $350 when they register at the event.

This event offers five Skill Level Tiers: Blue Tier (skill levels 2-3), Yellow Tier (skill level 4), Red Tier (skill level 5), Orange (skill level 6) and Purple Tier (skill level 7). The champion in each tier of this event receives $15,000 in cash and prizes. Total purse for this event is over $350,000.

Qualifying Sessions: Jan. 1 – June 15, Season 1 Qualifier Window – Winners advance to Fall Regionals in October. June 16 – Nov. 30, Season 2 Qualifier Window – Winners advance to Spring Regionals in March.

Qualifying for the 8-Ball Classic:

APA members who are currently playing on an active 8-Ball or 9-Ball team, and have attained at least 10 League match scores during the past two years in their respective format(s), are eligible to participate in the Singles Program. At the Local Level, APA members compete on a Local Qualifier Board consisting of four to eight members with one player advancing on to regional competition. The local entry fee for this competition starts at $20**, and there is no limit on qualifying attempts.

Qualifier Board winners advance to the Regional and Championship Levels with no additional entry fee. At the Local Level, Qualifier Boards are open to players of all skill levels. Board winners advance regionally and nationally to one of five Skill Level Tiers that corresponds with their skill level in 8-Ball and one of four Skill Level Tiers that corresponds with their skill level in 9-Ball. The Singles Program also utilizes the Equalizer® handicap system.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *