This exciting event features traditional sandpaper table tennis rackets and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
The tournament format includes four sessions, with a double elimination group stage featuring eight groups played out on eight ping pong tables on Saturday afternoon, then the last 32 compete for the finals on Saturday evening.
Day 2 of the tournament on Sunday afternoon includes the last 16 while the evening session includes the four quarter-finals followed by the two semi-finals, then the final championship match.
All matches will be played best of three games and to 15 points, except the final which is best of five sets.
$100,000 total prize fund is up for grabs!
Tickets are on sale now. For more information, visit http://www.worldchampionshipofpingpong.net/.