It’s the first ranking event to take place since coronavirus restrictions were lifted in the United Kingdom.
There will be Tour Championship coverage all around the world as snooker continues its comeback from the lockdown on Saturday.
The final leg of the Coral Series has moved to the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, with the top eight players on the one-year ranking list taking part.
The week of action will be contested behind closed doors and amid plenty of safety measures.
Yet, while there may be no fans inside the arena itself, there will be plenty of opportunities for supporters around the globe to tune into the competition.
Host broadcaster ITV4 will provide Tour Championship coverage on TV in the UK and Ireland.
German, American, and Canadian viewers will be among those able to watch on DAZN, TrueSport will entertain Thai fans, while there will be several options available to Chinese supporters too.
For any country that isn’t providing a television or subscription service, there will be Tour Championship coverage on offer via the new Matchroom.Live streaming site.
Judd Trump is the top seed in the event having won a record six ranking event titles so far during the 2019/20 campaign.
The world champion and runaway world number one is the favourite for glory in the high-profile tournament, but will face stiff competition from the likes of John Higgins, Neil Robertson, and Mark Selby.
Shaun Murphy, Mark Allen, Yan Bingtao, and Stephen Maguire – who was added to the field after the withdrawal of Ding Junhui – complete the line-up.
The players are hoping to win the three matches necessary to etch their name onto the trophy, and in doing so collect the whopping £150,000 top prize.
How to watch the Tour Championship coverage:
UK and Republic of Ireland
Extensive live coverage on ITV4, starting on Saturday from 1.15pm to 5pm then 6.50pm to 11pm.
Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, Canada, USA, Brazil and Japan
Republic of Ireland