Snooker Six-Red World Championship Live Finals Stream Details

Snooker Six-Red World Championship Live

For the first time since 2019, the Snooker world will have a new Six Red World Champion this Saturday. Watch the Six Red World Championship live as the final two players – Ding Junhui and Thepchaiya Un-Nooh – settle in for an intense title round with more than $120,000 USD on the line. Taking place in Pathumthani, Thailand, fans in the western hemisphere will either have an early morning or a really late night.

Watch the Snooker Six-Red World Championship Live

  • When: Saturday, March 11, 2023
  • Start Time: 3 a.m. ET / 12 a.m. PT
  • Location: Thammasat University Convention Centre – Pathumthani, Thailand
  • Snooker Six-Red World Championship Live Stream: Matchroom.Live (FREE)

How to Watch the Snooker Six-Red World Championship Live for Free

For snooker fans around hoping to catch the Six-Red World Championship, it is extremely easy no matter where you’re at, and quite possibly free. In the UK, the Six Red World Championship is broadcast on Eurosport and discover+, while locals in Thailand will find it on True Sport. In more other locations, however, Matchroom Live will have the live feed of the final, available at no cost after registering for a free account. Once your account is set up, you can find the Matchroom Live app on your favorite streaming devices to watch it on your television or on the go with your mobile device.

Final Preview

Saturday’s final will feature a contest between China’s Ding Junhui and Thailand’s own Tepchaiya Un-Nooh after both players narrowly escaped the semi-finals. In the last round, Un-Nooh came back from down 5-2 to defeat Iran’s Hossein Vafaei 7-6, punching his ticket to the final. After the match, he attributed part of his success to the support of his home crowd. Taking on the 25th-ranked Junhui on Saturday, he’s hoping to leverage that advantage once again.

Reaching the Championship is pretty much the expectation for Junhui who will make his third appearance in the final. The first time he reached the last stage, he was able to collect the win over Stuart Bingham in 2016. Junhui reached the title round in 2018 as well but fell short 8-4 to Kyren Wilson. In the semi-final round, he defeated England’s Tom Ford, holding off a rally to win 7-4.

World Snooker Tour Rankings 2023

1Ronnie O'Sullivan923,000
2Mark Selby779,500
3Mark Allen771,000
4Neil Robertson709,000
5Judd Trump670,500
6Shaun Murphy501,500
7Kyren Wilson448,500
8Mark Williams441,500
9Zhao Xintong411,000
10Luca Brecel400,500
11John Higgins367,500
12Ali Carter319,500
13Jack Lisowski308,500
14Barry Hawkins269,500
15Stuart Bingham267,500
16Robert Milkins256,500
17Gary Wilson234,000
18Ryan Day228,500
19Yan Bingtao227,000
20David Gilbert213,000
21Anthony McGill211,500
22Hossein Vafaei208,500
23Ricky Walden206,500
24Ding Junhui203,500
25Tom Ford200,000


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