DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - The RiverCenter’s south building in downtown Davenport, Iowa, has been transformed into a pool hall with more than 60 tables for the Iowa American Cue Sports Alliance (ACS) annual Iowa State Championships on October 26-29, 2017. 545 players compete for more than $12,000 in prize money. Admission is free to the public.
New in 2017:•2 new divisions in the 9-ball category.•Four junior divisions added for boys and girls to compete on Sunday, October 29.•2 Scotch Doubles tournaments.The above additions have grown the tournament by nearly 100 players.
Tournament Schedule:Thursday, October 26Noon - All Standard & Open 8-Ball Singles (Double Elimination)3:00 pm - All Advanced 8-Ball Singles (Double Elimination) 4:00 pm – registration for 9-Ball (Must be out of 8-Ball) 9:00 pm - All 9-Ball Singles (Double Elimination)
Friday, October 279:00 am – Continuation of above events 11:00 am – Registration for Scotch Doubles / 2:00 pm – Scotch Doubles 2:00 pm – Registration for 2nd Scotch Doubles / 4:00 pm – Scotch Doubles 8:00 pm – All 8-Ball Teams (Double Elimination)
Saturday, October 289:00 am – Continuation of above events 6:00 pm – All Second Chance Teams (Single Elimination)
Sunday, October 299:00 am – Wrap up all divisions 11:00 am – Juniors Divisions (Double Elimination)
The Iowa ACS State Championship will deliver $420,000 in economic impact to the local economy.
“This event continues to grow and the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau (QCCVB) and the RiverCenter are determined to keep this tournament in town for years to come,” says Lynn Hunt, QCCVB vice-president of Sales.
“The weekend hotel rooms that are used during this tournament, and the impact on downtown Davenport restaurants and bars are significant any time of year, but especially enjoyed in late October. The QCCVB successfully negotiated a package deal with ACS Alliance last year to continue hosting the Iowa State Championships in 2017 and to add the ACS Midwest Championships with over 900 players in January of 2018 at the RiverCenter. The addition of the ACS Midwest will bring an additional $500,000 in economic impact to the region in the middle of winter.”