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Masters on TV and Stream

Get the complete guide on watching the 2024 Masters Snooker on TV and via Live Stream, including detailed broadcast information.

Masters Snooker on TV Today

Experience the excitement of The Masters on TV Today. Coverage of all today's snooker matches will be broadcast on Eurosport and Discovery+. Never miss a moment of the action.

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18 Jul

Yesterday, Thursday

07:00

Shanghai Masters: Quarter-Finals Session 1

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  • Eurosport 2
  • Discovery+
12:30

Shanghai Masters: Quarter-Finals Session 2

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  • Eurosport 2
  • Discovery+
19 Jul

Today, Friday

Today’s earlier broadcasts
07:00

Shanghai Masters: Semi-Final 1 Session 1

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  • Eurosport 2
  • Discovery+
12:30

Shanghai Masters: Semi-Final 1 Session 2

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  • Eurosport 2
  • Discovery+
20 Jul

Today, Saturday

07:00

Shanghai Masters: Semi-Final 2 Session 1

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  • Eurosport 1
  • Discovery+
21 Jul

Sunday

07:00

Shanghai Masters: Final Session 1

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  • Eurosport 1
  • Discovery+
12:30

Shanghai Masters: Final Session 2

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  • Eurosport 2
  • Discovery+

When is The Masters 2024?

The 2024 Riyadh Snooker Masters starts on Monday, March 3, 2024 at 18:00PM, and will continue through Wednesday, March 6, 2024 at 18:00PM.

How to watch The Masters on TV and on Live stream

TV coverage of The Masters will be extensively provided on Eurosport and Discovery+.

The action will be broadcast daily at 1pm and 6pm on Eurosport 1 as well as on Discovery+.

What is The Masters Snooker prize money?

As one of the sport's major events, substantial prize money is at stake with a total prize fund of £725,000. The distribution is as follows:

  • Total prize fund: £725,000
  • Winner: £250,000
  • Runner-up: £100,000
  • Losing semi-finalists: £60,000
  • Losing quarter-finalists: £30,000
  • First round losers: £15,000
  • Highest break: £15,000