The 2022 Ultimate Pool Pro Cup was held during December 2022 and was the first professional ranking event of the new 2023 season to be completed.
After qualifying rounds were held earlier in the month, there was a 32-player field for the four-day live televised stages on BT Sport between Christmas and New Year (27-30 December) held at the Players Pool & Snooker Lounge in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Jordan Shepherd won the inaugural edition in 2021.
- Qualifying Rounds: First to 10 (No match-clocks in the qualifying rounds)
- Last 32 and Last 16: First to 7 (40-minute match-clock)
- Quarters, Semis and Final: Best of 2 sets (each set is first to 7 with a 40-minute set-clock. If level at the end of a set, both players get half a point)
If the scores are tied when the match runs out, the winner will be decided by a 6-red shootout.
You can view the results on the Live Scoring page here.
- Winner: £10,000
- Runner-Up: £3,000
- Semi-Finalist: £1,000
- Quarter-Finalist: £500
- Last 16: £375
- Last 32: £250
Live coverage from the last 32 onwards was televised on BT Sport for viewers in the UK, and on ultimatepool.tv/Ultimate Pool App for non-UK viewers who are subscribers. If you are not already a subscriber, you can subscribe here.
Please note, video-on-demand coverage will be available above to all viewers very soon.