Snooker National Championship Coming to Game Preview 


How do you make a snooker table laugh? You stick your hand in its pocket and tickle its bal…That’s right, Snooker National Championship is coming to Xbox One game preview.

Developed by Cherry Pop Games, Snooker National Championship features an offline tournament that spans 6 rounds, with the player competing in the qualifiers through to the grand final held in the Snooker Nation Championship venue. The game features meticulously created Championship specification tables. Players can also challenge players online and climb the global leaderboards as well as collect a variety of cues and compete in online snooker leagues.


For those unaware, the Xbox One game preview program allows gamers to try out unfinished games for a limited time for free and if you like what you try, you can pay for the game and support the developer to finish the project.

Snooker National Championship is listed as coming soon for Xbox One.





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