One of the most common reasons why organizations engage ambassadors is to increase brand awareness and build trust among customers and followers. When the majority of an organization’s communication comes directly from the brand, messages are not as trustworthy as when they come from real people. We are truly proud to represent these great people and ambassadors for the sport.
Tyler Styer Professional Player
Tyler Styer (born 1 January 1995) is an American professional pool player from Vernon, Wisconsin. Styer represented the United States at the 2018 Mosconi Cup. Styer was the winner of the 2019 Kremlin World Cup. Styer began playing pool in 2009, aged 14, before reaching 13th position at the 2013 WPA World Nine-ball Junior Championship. Tyler is considered one of the best players in the world, and a fantastic ambassador for the sport.
Florian "Venom" Kohler Trickshot Artist
Growing up in eastern France, Kohler did not start playing pool until the age of 18, when he received a 6-foot pool table as a birthday gift from his parents. Kohler started watching exhibition videos online and trying to imitate shots in them. His influences include Mike Massey and Semih Sayginer. Florian is by far the most recognized cueist in the world. He currently has over 220 million views on YouTube.
André "Sharivari" Schickling Online Pool Coach
Sharivari is a pool player & coach located in Germany. He also teaches via video and also in real life. He is known as the leading online pool coach and has amassed more than 22 million views on his YouTube channel. His videos is a must watch for any pool player who wants to improve their game. Watch popular lessons on Game Physics, Positional Play, Technique, Pool Drills and many more topics.
Neight Mindham Influencer
Neight is one of the founding fathers of the "Cue it Up Network". This is a pool, billiards, and snooker podcast created to be a medium between the average player and fan to the wider world of all cue sports news. By far the leading podcast in the billiards industry.
Christopher "Lil'Chris" Sharier Influencer & Coach
"Lil'Chris" is a popular influencer and pool coach. He is a software developer who picked up his first pool cue at the age of 17. He's always had a passion in teaching, which influenced him to start his YouTube channel 2 years ago where he shares his knowledge to assist amatuer pool players in improving their game. Lil'Chris is closing in on 7 million views on YouTube.
Jim Telfer Influencer
Jim is a well-rounded and seasoned profile in the pool industry. Not only is he a great player, but he also contributes to the Cue It Up podcasts and streams. In addition he organizes the fans match during the Mosconi Cup and more. Jim knows everybody in the sport.
Elijah "Wonderboy" Alvarez Professional Player
"Wonderboy" entered the scene in late 2020. The then 16-year old kid was running racks like it was nothing. He has since gone on to beat players like Fedor Gorst and other big names. He is by many expected to be the next big player hailing from the Philippines.
Andrew Yaworski Influencer
Andrew’s YouTube channel is titled: “Yaworski Pool Practice”. Andrew has been passionate about cue sports since first picking up a cue at sixteen years old. He has worked in multiple pool rooms (as in-house staff and as a tournament director); he built his consumer and product knowledge base by working in his family's billiard store. Andrew started his YouTube channel as a platform to share his views and experience.
John Morra Professional Player
John Morra (born May 25, 1989) is a Canadian professional pool player. Morra has represented Canada at the World Cup of Pool on five occasions, partnering Jason Klatt in 2011 and 2012, and Alex Pagulayan in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Morra is a multiple time champion on the Canadian 9-Ball pool tour. He reached the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Pool Masters.
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