Well the 2019 World Snooker Championship hasn't disappointed so far, has it!? Big breaks a plenty, the first whitewash in decades and, of course, one of the biggest shock results in the history of the game. With this guide, you can find out how to get a World Championship snooker live stream from absolutely anywhere in the world you are so you don't miss another minute.
Cast your mind back one year ago when veterans Mark Williams and John Higgins battled out an epic 18-16 World Snooker Championship final in the former's favour. Almost 20 years after his first Crucible win, the Welsh Potting Machine lifted the trophy once again. Of the rest of the field, expect the likes of former champs Neil Robertson, Stuart Bingham and Shaun Murphy to challenge. Or will this finally be the year of Judd Trump or Ding Junhui?
But world number one and snooker legend Ronnie O'Sullivan won't be among them, having suffered a MASSIVE surprise defeat at the hands of 23-year-old amateur James Cahill in the first round. Astonishing stuff - Ronnie was the pre-tournament favourite for this year's crown.
The great news is that getting a snooker live stream of the 2019 World Championship is really easy, as the BBC has the rights to show it in all its glory. And even if you're going to be outside the UK keep reading as we’ll show you how to watch from wherever you are.
If you're not in the UK this fortnight and find the BBC coverage geo-blocked where you are, then there are still ways you can watch. Firstly, you can scroll down to see international viewing options.
Or, if you're still struggling, get out of this tricky snooker with a VPN. It's really easy to do - and even easier with our three step guide below.
If you don’t happen to live in the UK, don’t worry as the 2019 World Championship is again being broadcast in more than 30 countries around the world for free on Facebook. The list of countries included features the US, Pakistan, India, Brazil, Colombia and more from the Americas and Asia.
All you need is a Facebook login to watch the live action, with your choice of which table to watch at any one time. Head on over to the World Snooker Facebook page to watch.