Jojobet To Sponsor Snooker’s Gibraltar Open

World Snooker is delighted to welcome Jojobet.com as the new title sponsor of the Gibraltar Open.

The Jojobet.com Gibraltar Open will be a full ranking event and it will run from March 3 to 5 at the Tercentenary Sports Hall.

World Champion Mark Selby, crowd favourite Jimmy White, Neil Robertson, Shaun Murphy, Ding Junhui, Barry Hawkins, Mark Williams and Kyren Wilson will be among the green baize kings competing in the tournament, which will be televised by Eurosport.

There will be 128 players in a flat draw, all battling for the prestigious trophy which was won last year by Marco Fu.

A spokesman for Jojobet said: “Jojobet.com is delighted to be the title sponsor for the Gibraltar Open. Snooker is very popular in Europe and around the world and we hope this sponsorship will connect our brand to many fans.”

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World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn said: “We are thrilled to give Jojobet a warm welcome as we work with them on snooker for the first time. Our sport is growing at a rapid rate across the globe with a television audience of hundreds of millions. The Jojobet.com Gibraltar Open will receive extensive coverage across the continent on Eurosport. It will be a top class event and we look forward to working with the Jojobet team at this tournament and in the coming years.”

The Jojobet.com Gibraltar Open is supported by the Ministry of Sports, HM Government of Gibraltar. Tickets are on sale now and start at just £20 for all-day tickets or £65 for a three-day pass. Buy tickets online now at http://www.buytickets.gi

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