Jet Ski World Cup Postponed Until March 3-7th, 2021; $308,000 Purse

Let’s just cut right to the chase: the annual King’s Cup has been moved to March 2011. But before you get grouchy, sink your teeth into the idea of a $308,000 USD cash purse, $80,000 to win Pro Ski GP and Pro GP Runabout. (Yeah, we know they call it the “Jet Ski World Cup” and insist on writing it out in all caps, but it’s the King’s Cup around these parts and we ain’t gonna change now.)

The official press release read as follows:
Jet Ski World Cup Co., Ltd, the owner of the right of JET SKI WORLD CUP and JET SKI WORLD SERIES tournaments and Asian Multi Sports and Entertainment Co., Ltd who is the organizer of the event, have been monitoring of the COVID-19 situation closely, including the restriction measures of the Thai government. We would like to confirm the rescheduling of the JET SKI WORLD CUP from 9-13 December 2020 to 3-7 March 2021.

Moreover, we have decided to make this tournament grander to become “2 in 1″ Super Tournament. The champion in each category of this one tournament will receive both of the 2 titles i.e. the champion of JET SKI WORLD CUP and JET SKI WORLD SERIES of 2020-2021 Season.

The important reasons for this decision are our determination to keep advancing and strengthening the World Jet Sport Community and our brave spirit not to give up because of the COVID-19 situation. Then, we would like to keep the world record and maintain the quality of both of the titles as best as we can. We are sure that by that time the riders around the world will be the readiest for this greatest game.

We have confidence that this tournament is what all riders are waiting for. We are excited to find out who will be the champion in each category, especially the best of the best category such as Pro Ski Grand Prix in which the champion gets 80,000 USD (World cup; 50,000+ World Series; 30,000). The grand total prize money of this tournament is over 308,000 USD.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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