PROFESSIONAL BOWLER TOMMY JONES WINS FINAL BOWLERO ELITE SERIES OF 2019
Professional bowler Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., became the new Bowlero Elite Series Champion during the third and final installment of the pro-am bowling tournament of 2019
16 Players Announced to Compete in Final Bowlero Elite Series Tournament of the Year
After a successful year with the first two tournaments of the Bowlero Elite Series, the pro-am competition rolls into Bowlero Jupiter in Florida with its third event set to air on Sunday, December 29 at 1:00 p.m. ET on NBC.
Professional Bowler Anthony Simonsen Wins the Bowlero Elite Series
Professional bowler Anthony Simonsen of Little Elm, Texas, became the new Bowlero Elite Series Champion during the second installment of the pro-am series.
THE BOWLERO ELITE SERIES ANNOUNCES 16 PLAYERS TO COMPETE IN SECOND TOURNAMENT
Off the heels of an exciting first tournament, the Bowlero Elite Series continues with a second event held at Bowlero North Brunswick in New Jersey. Set to air on Wednesday, September 11 at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
BOWLERO ELITE SERIES ROLLS ON WITH SEPTEMBER TOURNAMENT
The Bowlero Elite Series is excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for its September tournament at Bowlero North Brunswick in New Jersey. Only Bowlero Corp League Bowlers are eligible to apply for a chance to compete against the world’s top professional bowlers for a total prize pool of over $250,000.
AMATEUR BOWLER, LUIS GONZALEZ, WINS INAUGURAL BOWLERO ELITE SERIES
Bowlero Corp league bowler, Luis Gonzalez, of Chicago, Ill. captured the coveted title of Bowlero Elite Series Champion in a historic bowling event that featured 16 of the world’s top professional and amateur bowlers on Tuesday, April 2nd in his hometown at Bowlero Romeoville.
NBC SPORTS PRESENTS BOWLERO ELITE SERIES OPENING EVENT
NBC Sports will present the first event of the Bowlero Elite Series from Bowlero Romeoville in Chicago, Ill., tomorrow on NBCSN at 9 p.m. ET. This first event will feature top amateur bowlers competing directly against professionals in a unique single-elimination tournament for over $500,000, one of the largest prize funds in the sport’s history. In addition, a $1 million bonus prize will be awarded to anyone who bowls a perfect game during the telecast.