A two-year media rights extension keeps the superstar-filled PBA Tour Finals on CBS Sports Network

Richmond, VA — The PBA and CBS Sports Network have agreed to a two-year media rights extension to continue televising the PBA Tour Finals in 2024 and 2025.

The 2024 PBA Tour Finals will be held June 8-9 at Steel City Bowl and Brews in Bethlehem, Pa. Each event will consist of nine hours of live bowling on CBS Sports Network.

“CBS Sports Network delivers one of our most action-packed weekends every year with the PBA Tour Finals,” said PBA Commissioner Tom Clark. “We are excited to continue building upon this relationship over the next two years.”

The top eight PBA Tour players, as determined by competition points earned over the previous two seasons, qualify for the PBA Tour Finals. Points can be earned during the 2024 season through April’s PBA Tournament of Champions.

The format rewards the PBA Tour’s premier players, who annually produce historic performances at the PBA Tour Finals.

During last season’s event, Jason Belmonte rolled a perfect 300 game for the second consecutive year while becoming the first player to record three career televised perfect games in their career.

Kyle Troup, who also shot a perfect game in the 2022 Tour Finals, won the 2023 event for his 10th career PBA Tour title.

Qualifying rounds for the 2024 PBA Tour Finals will take place on June 8, with the players divided into two groups based on their seeding.

On June 9, each group will compete in a stepladder to determine the two finalists. The championship match will air following the group stepladders.

Select highlights will be available on @PBATour social handles across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Past PBA Tour Finals Winners

2023 – Kyle Troup
2022 – Jason Belmonte
2021 – Anthony Simonsen
2020 – Kyle Troup
2019 – EJ Tackett
2018 – Jason Belmonte
2017 – EJ Tackett

About the PBA

The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated to the sport of bowling and its professional competition, with thousands of members and millions of fans throughout the world. The PBA plays host to bowling’s biggest tournaments, including the PBA Tour, PBA Regional Tour and PBA50 Tour. The PBA has launched a certification program titled, The PBA League Bowler Certification program. This program provides league bowlers access to statistics, digital awards, rules and regulations, and new tournaments, including The PBA LBC National Championships.  Other PBA membership programs include PBA Pinsiders, a membership program for the sport’s most enthusiastic fans and PBA Jr., a club for elite youth bowlers under the age of 17 that has grown exponentially in the past two years. For more information, please visit PBA.com.

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