The ACS Midwest 8-Ball Championships returns for a third year in Hubertus, Wisconsin (near Milwaukee), at the Richfield Chalet, November 14-16! The event will feature singles and 3-person team divisions for ACS and CCS-sanctioned league players with four weeks of play since June 1, 2008.
Any pool league can sanction or dual-sanction with the ACS simply by paying a $10/player sanction fee. Entry forms and flyers may be downloaded from the ACS website at Americancuesports.org. ACS league members are qualified to compete in twelve (12) ACS state championships within their respective states, four (4) CCS Canadian regional and national championships and the 2008 ACS National Championships to be conducted May 31 – June 6 at the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The ACS also offers both certified referee and instructor/coach programs, and the highest-placing ACS member wins a free entry into the ACS Nationals at each Pechauer All American Tour stop – open to any amateur player. ACS presents the 2008/2009 installment of the Pechauer All American Tour in October, 2008.
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 and North America.