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The Iowa ACS State Tournament has grown tremendously over the years, outgrowing several previous locations. The Event is currently held at the River Center In Davenport and is looking forward to the biggest payouts ever with the introduction of our new format.
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The ACS is a non-profit, national organization dedicated to heightening the interest and awareness of cue sports through the support and sanctioning of organized competition throughout the United States.
In pursuit of this goal the Iowa ACS organizes and sanctions leagues & tournaments throughout the State.
The Iowa ACS State Championship is one of the biggest State Pool Tournaments in the Country and continues to grow annually!
ACS sanctioned Pool Leagues are held all over Iowa, and provide players of all skill levels a great opportunity to compete in an organized way on a weekly basis.
In most cases there are different divisions divided by skill level and play is handicapped to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to win.
Participation in ACS Sanctioned Leagues also qualifies players (provided you play enough weeks) for the IA ACS State Championship and the ACS National Championship!
The Annual Iowa ACS Meeting was held on February 16th. Please take a moment to read a letter from the Iowa ACS president and review the meeting Minutes:
The Quad Cities has hosted the Iowa ACS Championship 7 times since 2005. This year, Visit Quad Cities worked with ACS to be the host for the winter Midwest 8-ball Championships for the 2nd consecutive year.
The tournament expects 800 competitors, along with their family and friends, who will all be staying here in the area through this Sunday. This means business for the quad cities. Visit Quad Cities is anticipating this will bring in nearly $600,000 over the 5-day period alone.
Junior Players from the Quad Cities proved that Pool is alive and well in the Midwest this year. With the new MPA Format creating one large Men's Team Event these young kids showed tremendous heart and overcame a field of seasoned adult players to take the State Team Title. The Juniors Event was also a great success and many young players got the opportunity to participate , the FUTURE OF POOL IN IOWA is BRIGHT!!