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The Scottish Open is a professional ranking Snooker tournament and the great news for all fans is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Snooker live streaming partners.
The Scottish Open is part of the Home Series, along with the Welsh Open, the English Open and the Northern Ireland Open.
The tournament was first established back in 1981 as the International Open, where it was held in Derby. The event has undergone many changes of name and location ever since then.
The tournament moved around numerous English towns and cities before moving to Aberdeen and becoming the Scottish Open in 1998.
In 2004, the event moved to Glasgow and became known as the Players Championship and then leaving the tour until 2012. Ever since 2016, the Scottish Open has become a ranking event held at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.
As a ranking tournament, the Scottish Open attracts many of the world’s top stars which makes it a must watch for any Snooker fans.
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The Scottish Open is a professional Snooker tournament is one that has had an enigmatic history in that it is both an historic tournament but also a new one.
The origins of the event can go all of the way back to 1981 when it was known as the International Open and held in Derby.
The inaugural event was a non-ranking event that saw Steve Davis defeat Dennis Taylor in the final.
In 1982, the event become a ranking level event for the first time and once more the event was played in Derby, with Tony Knowles defeating David Taylor in the final.
By 1985, the event moved to Stoke-on-Trent after a brief spell of time been held in Newcastle upon Tyne.
The event also got a new name, the Matchroom Trophy and its first non-English winner when Cliff Thorburn defeated Jimmy White at Trentham Gardens.
The tournament stayed in Stoke for 5 years but the name changed once more, moving back to the International Open title.
After Stoke, the event was held in Plymouth, then Bournemouth and then Swindon before it finally made the move to Scotland when the final International Open, held in 1997 was held in Aberdeen, where Stephen Hendry was a fitting local winner.
The winners during the tournament time in the Potteries included Cliff Thorburn, Neal Foulds and Steve Davis who won the last 3 titles back to back.
Other winners in this era include Stephen Hendry (at the 1993 edition held in Plymouth), John Parrott (at the 1994 edition from Bournemouth), John Higgins at both the 1995 Edition in Bournemouth and the 1996 edition in Swindon).
The next season, the tournament became known as the Scottish Open for the first time and continued to be hosted in Aberdeen until 2003 when it moved to the Scottish capital city of Edinburgh.
In 2004, the event moved to Glasgow but lost its name when it became the Players Championship before dropping off of the tour all together until 2012.
Winners during the initial run of the Scottish Open included Ronnie O’Sullivan (who won the 1998 edition against Mark Williams), Peter Ebdon (who won the 2001 edition against Ken Doherty), Stephen Lee (who won the 2002 edition against David Gray) and then David Gray (against Mark Selby in 2003).
It then returned as a small event, held in Ravenscraig but disappeared once more until 2016.
From there on the tournament has now re-established itself on the main tour as a ranking event after its move to the Commonwealth Arena in Glasgow.
The tournament also takes place as part of the Home Nations Series, alongside the English Open, Welsh Open and Northern Ireland Open with the hope of winner all of the vents in a single season and picking up a huge bonus.
With the tournament finally finding some stability and with a host of great names appearing at every tournament, it is no surprise that so many Snooker fans want to watch the action live and whilst you may find some of the action shown on tv stations, the chances are that only a select number of matches will be shown.
That can a frustrating experience for fans, especially if the match that you want to watch is not chosen for coverage but thankfully you can now pick and choose to watch the match that you want to watch via the live streaming services featured on this page.
No matter if you want to watch the Scottish Open final or the event opener or if you want to watch the biggest star at the show or the rank outsider, you can do via the great live streaming services of the online bookmakers on this page.
To do so, you will need to be aged 18 or over and have a funded account but you can then watch live Snooker matches not just from this event but also from tournaments held around the globe all season long.
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