Tour Championship Snooker live stream: The essential guide of how to watch live online

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Aussie ace Neil Robertson in action (Photo by PA Images)

The top eight players on the one-year ranking list assemble at the Tour Championship, and all matches are available to watch live online.

The culmination of this season’s Coral Series sees the eight highest-ranked players on the one-year list battle it out for the £150,000 title at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.

It is the 16th ranking event of the season and the penultimate tournament of the campaign prior to the World Championship, following the postponement of the China Open.

The Tour Championship will be played behind closed doors due to the Coronavirus outbreak following advice by the UK government.

Ronnie O’Sullivan claimed the title in 2019 with a 13-11 victory over Neil Robertson in the final but will not be on hand to defend the trophy after failing to break into the top eight on the one-year list.

The field is led by world number one and six-time ranking event winner this season – Judd Trump, with last year’s runner-up Robertson aiming to go one better.

Former World Champions Mark Selby, John Higgins and Shaun Murphy also feature, as do UK Champion Ding Junhui and Players Championship finalist Yan Bingtao.

Mark Allen, a four-time ranking event semi-finalist this season, is seeded number seven.

The tournament runs from March 17-22, with selected matches streamed live in the UK and various other regions.

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How to watch Tour Championship Snooker live online

1) Go to via this special link

2) Register an account (New customers can get up to £100 in Bet Credits*) – *Must be 18+, T&Cs apply

3) Once registered, go to the homepage and select ‘Live Streaming’

4) From the drop-down menu, choose ‘Snooker’ and select the match in progress