The 2022/23 WPBSA Q Tour Play-Offs will run from 4-5 March 2023 at the Q House Snooker Academy in Darlington, with the winner to earn a two-year card on the World Snooker Tour.
The event will see the 16 highest ranked players – excluding the already qualified Martin O’Donnell – compete for the right to turn professional from the start of next season.
Matches will be played on eight Xing Pai tables at the fantastic Q House Snooker Academy, which successfully hosted the tournament in 2022 when Shoot Out finalist Julien Leclercq defeated Alex Clenshaw 5-2 to earn his professional place.
Two rounds will be played during each day, with session times provisionally scheduled for 11:00am and 2:00pm. All matches up to and including the semi-finals will be the best of seven frames, with the final played over the best of nine.
The draw will be fully seeded, based upon the final Q Tour Rankings.