• Allison Fisher & Shane van Boening

  • Kelly Fisher & Alex Kazakis

  • Pia Filler & Joshua Filler

  • Jasmin Ouschan & Albin Ouschan

  • Margaret Fefilova-Styer & Tyler Styer

  • Kristina Tkach & Fedor Gorst

  • Wei Tzu-Chien & Ko Pin Yi

  • Chang Lung-Lin & Chou Chieh-Yu

Shane van Boening will partner Allison Fisher as one of eight exciting pairings for the new Apex Mixed Doubles invitational event, which will take place at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas on February 25, 2024.

All eight doubles have been confirmed for the one-day tournament, which is part of the CueSports International Expo. Kelly Fisher will team up with Alex Kazakis, Ko Pin-Yi partners Wei Tzu-Chien, and Chang Lung-Lin will play alongside Chou Chieh-Yu.

Fedor Gorst will play alongside Kristina Tkach while Austrian siblings Jasmin and Albin Ouschan make a brother-sister pairing for the event. Two married couples – Joshua and Pia Filler and Tyler Styer and wife Margarita Fefilova-Styer – complete a strong line-up of eight invited pairings.

The new event will be played on two TV tables at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. All participants will earn prize money from the $25,000 prize fund.

The single elimination invitational will use the Predator Pro Billiard Series sets format and the winning pair will earn $10,000. Fans will be able to watch every match live on the new Pro Billiard TV YouTube Channel.

The Apex Mixed Doubles will take place the day after the finals of the Men’s and Women’s Las Vegas Opens, which mark the start of the 2024 season for the Predator Pro Billiard Series.

The exciting new $100,000 PBS Women’s Showdown follows from February 27-March 1. This event will continue the Pro Billiard Series’ commitment to the Women’s game. The top 8 players on the WPA Women’s Ranking have been invited, and eight Pro Billiard Series invites will complete the 16-player field.

The Predator WPA World 10-Ball Men’s Championship completes a thrilling line-up of major professional events at the CueSports International Expo, with the new World Champion to be crowned after the final on March 2.

All five tournaments will be streamed free with two TV tables live on the Pro Billiard TV YouTube channel. For more information visit and follow @ProBilliardSeries on social media.


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