The final Coral Series event of the season sees the top eight players battle it out in the Tour Championship, and you can watch the action streamed live online.
The all-new ranking tournament features the top eight players from the one-year ranking list competing from March 19-24 at Venue Cymru in Llandudno, Wales.
The player earning the most overall prize money across the three Coral Snooker Series events (World Grand Prix, Players Championship and Tour Championship) will walk away with the inaugural Coral Cup.
After Judd Trump claimed glory in the World Grand Prix, Ronnie O’Sullivan successfully retained the Players Championship title and clinched victory in style with his 1,000th career century.
O’Sullivan, the number two seed, starts out as the pre-tournament favourite to equal Stephen Hendry’s record of 36 ranking titles, but faces a test of mental strength over the long-haul format.
Northern Ireland’s Mark Allen is seeded number one, while Masters Champion Trump is seeded number three, ahead of Welsh Open winner Neil Robertson.
World number one Mark Selby is eyeing his first ranking title of 2019, while Mark Williams looks to step up his preparation for his world title defence with a strong showing in Llandudno.
Stuart Bingham will be aiming to pick up from where he left off after winning the Gibraltar Open last Sunday, while German Masters champion Kyren Wilson also has his sights set on another ranking triumph.
The tournament runs from March 19-24, with all matches also available to watch live on desktop or mobile devices in the UK and various other regions.
*T&Cs apply, must be over 18, BeGambleAware
How to watch the Tour Championship live online
1) Go to Williamhill.com via this special link
2) Register an account (New customers can claim £30 in free bets when placing a first sports bet of £10*) – *Must be 18+, T&Cs apply, Be Gamble Aware
3) Once registered, go to the homepage and select ‘Snooker’ from the left-hand menu
4) Select the match in progress you wish to view and the stream window will appear