Iowa ACS Pool Tournament is back in the QC
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - After canceling due to COVID-19 last year, the Iowa ACS Pool Tournament is back in the Quad Cities with record numbers for registration.
The President of the Iowa ACS Association Tim Bringman said almost 1,000 people will have registered for the event come the last day on Sunday.
He said anyone from amateurs to highly skilled pool players can come to the ACS Tournament to play. Bringman said some of the big response comes from having the event held in Downtown Davenport.
Up to $50,000 is on the table for players to get a piece of.
Bringman said not only is it a way to help the economy in the Quad Cities but since it was canceled last year, it’s been a way for old friends to meet back up and new ones to be made.
This event goes through Sunday and it is free to the public to come and watch. The kick-off game starts at 7 p.m. Friday.
For more information, head to the Iowa ACS Pool Tournament website.
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