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The Masters Snooker 2024 prize money


THE first major snooker tournament of 2024 is underway.

Some of the world’s top players are battling it out for one of the sport’s biggest prizes.

Ronnie O’Sullivan pictured playing in his first-round match against Ding Junhui during day two of the Masters Snooker 2024 at Alexandra Palace


Ronnie O’Sullivan pictured playing in his first-round match against Ding Junhui during day two of the Masters Snooker 2024 at Alexandra PalaceCredit: Getty

The Masters 2024 prize money

The Masters will offer an attractive prize total for its 2024 tournaments.

The prize money for each round closely tracks the UK Championship pot from December.

As just 16 entrants are competing, players are guaranteed to pocket £15,000 at a minimum.

The winner will receive a whooping cheque for £250,000, along with the Paul Hunter Trophy.

The trophy is named in honour of the three-time champion who died in 2006 at the age of 27.

The runner-up wins £100,000, semifinalists £60,000, and the quarterfinalist will win £30,000.

Those who fail to win a game will receive £15,000.

Here is the full breakdown of the prize money:

  • Winner: £250,000
  • Runner-up: £100,000
  • Semi-final: £60,000
  • Quarter-final: £30,000
  • Last 16: £15,000
  • Highest break: £15,000
  • Total: £725,000

The first round, quarter-finals and semi-finals are the best of 11 frames (first to 6).

The final is the best of 19 frames (first to 10).

When is The Masters 2024 final?

The Masters 2024 final will take place from 1 pm on Sunday, January 14, 2024.

This tournament is the 50th edition of the Masters.

Judd Trump won last year’s final (10-8) following a contest with Mark Williams at Ally Pally.

The two have returned with high hopes of reaching the showpiece match once more.

The 16-man lineup also includes world champion Luca Brecel, Ronnie O’Sullivan, the winner of the UK Championship, and the in-form Zhang Anda.

Here is the order of play for The Masters:


Sunday, January 7

  • 1pm: Luca Brecel 2-6 Jack Lisowski
  • 7pm: Shaun Murphy 6-2 Zhang Anda

Monday, January 8

  • 1pm: Ronnie O’Sullivan 6-3 Ding Junhui
  • 7pm: Mark Williams v Ali Carter

Tuesday, January 9

  • 1pm: Judd Trump v Kyren Wilson
  • 7pm: Neil Robertson v Barry Hawkins

Wednesday, January 10

  • 1pm: Mark Allen v John Higgins
  • 7pm: Mark Selby v Robert Milkins


Thursday, January 11

  • 1pm: QF3 – O’Sullivan or Ding v Robertson or Hawkins
  • 7pm: QF4 – Brecel or Lisowski v Murphy or Zhang

Friday, January 12

  • 1pm: QF1 – Trump or Wilson v Williams or Carter
  • 7pm: QF2 – Allen or Higgins v Selby or Milkins


Saturday, January 13

  • 1pm: Winner of QF3 v Winner of QF4
  • 7pm: Winner of QF1 v Winner of QF2


Sunday, January 14

Where can I watch The Masters 2024 on TV?

Full coverage of all the matches in the Masters Snooker can be watched live on the BBC, with free live streaming available on BBC iPlayer.

The action will be shown from 1 pm and 7pm each day.

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