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Women’s World 10-Ball stays in Venezuela!

The WPA Women’s World 10-Ball Pool Championship is set to hold in the city of Caracas, Venezuela, from 12-20 October, 2024. The event will feature 48 top female players will compete for a $175,000 total prize fund, with $50,000 for the world champion. Having the event in Venezuela will represent the first time that WPA World Championships will be hosted in South America.

Predator Group announced the development in a post on her facebook page.

“Billiards is rapidly growing all over Latin America with talented players. This will be the catalyst around which more events will develop all over the region. It’s part of our commitment to develop the sport we love all around the world”, explained Karim Belhaj, CEO of Predator Group.

 “We are happy to open the doors of our country Venezuela for the World Championship, it’s a pleasure and an honor to start a strong collaboration with Predator Group to develop the Pool sport in Latin America”, said Patrizia Petricca of VenBilliards Corporation.

With this development WPA Men’s World 8-Ball Championship, originally scheduled to take also place in Venezuela, have been moved to New Zealand, from 2-8 September, 2024.

▸ VenBilliards WPA Women’s World 10-Ball Championship 2024

▸ 48 players

▸ $175,000

▸ Caracas, Venezuela

▸ 12-20 October, 2024

Predator Group announced the resurrection of the Predator World Women’s 10-Ball Championship in 2022 with the event holding Klagenfurt, Austria. The event  was double-elimination tournament that featured 64-player. It was the first World Women’s 10-Ball title competed for since Rubilen Amit of the Philippines defeated Great Britain’s Kelly Fisher in the Philippines at the 2013 World Championship.

“The women’s game is very important for a number of reasons,”.

 “There are a lot of great women’s players throughout the world. Unfortunately, we haven’t had as many women’s events in the past but the more that we can have, the better.” said WPA President Ian Anderson in the finals of the World Women’s 9-Ball Championship held in China in 2019.

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