Cue Sports And Entertainment Group Acquires NAPA League Region

Tony Heinz, Gina Follrod, Anju Bergman and John Bergman

Cue Sports and Entertainment Group is now DFW’s Largest NAPA League Operator

We are excited to announce that Cue Sports and Entertainment Group has taken over the NAPA League Operator ownership for multiple counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area making it the largest NAPA League Operator in the metroplex.

NAPA is a pool league geared towards giving a great player experience. NAPA uses an ELO based skill ranking system to ensure great competition with all levels of players; games played include 8,9,10 and Fast 8 with individual and team variations available. There are Multiple NAPA tour stops across the nation and beginning in 2022 there will be multiple stops in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. NAPA is one of the fastest growing Amateur Pool leagues ranking in the top 3 in the United States founded by Tony Heinz in Jan 2010 with 74 players grown to over 66,000 players today.

John Bergman, one of the management team, said in a statement today, “NAPA aligns with our core values to make the player experience the best it can be. Scoring is easy, there is a good variety of games, a robust skill ranking system and lots of opportunities for national competition. It is an excellent complimentary opportunity to expand our offerings to the pool community.”

About Cue Sports and Entertainment Group Inc is a Cue Sports focused company based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex; Stixx and Stones is its first Pool Hall located in Lewisville, Texas that has become “DFWs Favorite Pool Hall where you meet old friends and make new ones”. They are focused on innovative ideas and services to help grow all aspects of the pool community.