SportyStuff TV Live Stream Goes Awol in 900…
SNOOKERZONE was eagerly awaiting the second leg of week one of the Snooker Legends 900 season two when disruption ensued on the SportyStuff TV YouTube Live Stream leaving fans irate.
After a couple of hours of waiting up to watch the coverage, we went to the pit, and woke up a couple of hours later to find that the stream had been fixed.
Some Snooker fans were getting irate in the comments section impatient that they couldn’t see the matches starting at 10PM on the dot, and according to one fan even the TV channel had problems, as some resorted to the updates from the SportyStuff moderator or from social media urging fans to be patient while they tried their best to fix the issues.
After the thrills and spills of Monday night where Barry Pinches made a ton to win Monday, and Marcos Dayao’s dramatic Higgins style 54, the stream was back hours later but not in full show. A disappointing night for fans.
However, Austria’s Florian Nuessle, who was unlucky against Dayao managed to come through the rounds of Tuesday to see himself into the grand finals of Wednesday where one lucky winner will go onto become the first overall winner of week one and have a chance at competing for the £10;000 cash prize.
Veteran snooker player Tony Knowles managed a good run on day two entering the semi-finals as he defeated Neal Jones.
Lewis Frampton stepped in for Michael Chambers but he was comfortably bagled by Michael Judge who managed to reach the final against Nuessle.
Season One Recap.
Ant Parsons claimed the Snooker Legends 900 season one with victory over Martin O’Donnell in the £10,000 Grand Final.
Parsons, a former English amateur champion, had won six from six on the way to the Week 6 crown to earn a place in the final then saw off Alfie Lee, Andrew Norman and ultimately O’Donnell to claim the inaugural title.
Former World Champions Dennis Taylor and Joe Johnson were amongst a host of marquee names announced for the new 900 Series which was shown live and exclusively on Sporty Stuff Tv for 25 nights from from 19th September 2022.
Being hosted exclusively from the Crucible Sports & Social Club Reading, all matches took place in the Stephen Hendry Matchroom.
The Snooker Legends 900 was a new concept of the game, a frame is 15 minutes in length, which is 900 seconds. A 20-second shot clock is in operation throughout. It proved to be fast and furious.
This new 15-minutes, one frame style event delivered a new and exciting chapter for amateur snooker players globally.
Entry to The 900 was £50. £2000 was up for grabs for the winner EACH WEEK. £6000 PRIZE POT every week.
96 Amateurs appeared on TV, from Sept 19th. £55,000 prize pot in total.
PS: Let’s hope the live streams are all OK for the grand finals of week one on Wednesday.