We know you love your Pool, so whilst 8 Ball Pool Multiplayer is offline for maintenance, we’ve got a challenge for you!
Our game 9 Ball Quick Fire Pool is still online, where you pot as many balls as possible before the timer runs out. It’s similar to 8 Ball Multiplayer Pool, but here you’re playing against the clock for a high score, rather than other players.
As an incentive to compete in this challenge, we’ll be giving three players a free 8 Ball Multiplayer Pool cue of their choice. Here’s how it works:
- Play 9 Ball Quick Fire Pool and try and get the highest score you can.
- At the end of your game, take a screenshot of the score you’ve got, like the one below.
- Upload the screenshot of your score using an image uploader such as Imgur.
- Leave a comment on this post with a link to your screenshot and your player name.
You’ve got until 12 noon GMT to enter, after that we’ll find the three highest scores and give them a free 8 Ball Multiplayer Pool cue of their choice.
Please make sure you follow the instructions carefully, if you don’t enter properly, we won’t be able to include your entry. We will be checking for cheating, so don’t even attempt it!
Good luck! If you have any questions, please send us on a message on Facebook
Update 1, 11:12 GMT: Thank you to everyone who’s entered so far! If you’ve not submitted a score yet, you’ve still got just under 50 minutes to get your scores in!
If you’ve already submitted a score and think you can do better, then we’re not putting a limit on the number of entries you can have, so enter again!
Update 2, 12:00 GMT: Entries are closed! Thank you for your entries We’re going to verify the winning entries are honest and then we’ll announce the winners here!
Update 3: 12.25 GMT: We have three winners! We weren’t able to verify everyone’s score, so congratulations to the three highest scorers we were able to confirm: Calimba, drini555 and Vuurtoren! We’ll be in touch via the email address you left your comment with with details how to claim your prize. If you didn’t win, keep practicing