PBA to Limit WSOB XI Televised Finals to Players, Families, and Officials
by Bill Vint | Thursday, March 12, 4:34 PM
New York, NY – In accordance with the latest guidance from federal health organizations, the Professional Bowlers Association has decided the Storm WSOB XI will go on without spectators present during the tournament.
PBA CEO Colie Edison addressed the PBA’s position on dealing with the coronavirus outbreak that has created complex issues around the world, “It is with an abundance of caution and in cooperation with South Point that the PBA has decided the Storm WSOB XI televised finals will go on without spectators present during the tournaments. Attendance will be limited to competitors, players’ families and those in an official capacity only.
“We are thankful all of our loyal fans will be able to watch the finals of all WSOB XI events on FS1 and, internationally, on FloBowling’s livestreams.”
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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 from the Go Bowling! PBA Tour, PBA Regional Tour, and PBA50 Tour. In 2019, the PBA was acquired by Bowlero Corporation, the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling entertainment centers with more than 300 locations throughout North America. For more information, please visit PBA.com.