Is the Turkish Masters on TV? Date and prize pot for Turkey’s first major snooker event

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now
The inaugural Turkish Masters is underway, and we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about the competition.

The Turkish Masters is in full swing, with many of the best players in world snooker battling it out on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.

The new event consists of 64 players, whittled down from the initial qualification stage, and we are already getting towards the last 32.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

The competition is littered with British talent, with more than 40 Brits taking part in Turkey over the coming week.

From Mark Williams to John Higgins and Stephen Maguire to Kyren Wilson, there are plenty of high-seeded British players involved, and here we run you through all you need to know about the event.

When is the Turkish Masters?

The Turkish Masters kicked off on March 7, and it will run until the final on March 13.

The competition is being held at the Nirvana Cosmopolitan Hotel in Antalya, Turkey.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

This is the first ever edition of the competition after the initial plans for September last year were thwarted by Covid-19 and wildfires in Turkey.

Where to watch it

The Turkish Masters is being broadcast across Eurosport channels, which are available on subscription across television and online.

The prize pot

The prize pot for this competition is as much as £500,000, and the winner will take home a tasty £100,000.

The runner-up will bag £45,000, the semi-finalists £20,00 and quarter-finalists £12,500.

Players reaching the Last 16 will get £7,500, while the last 32 and last 64 will earn players £5,500 and £3,500 respectively.

The highest break prize for this competition is £5,000.

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.