The 2020 Indoor Archery World Series consists of six events: Macau and Luxembourg in November 2019, followed by Rome in December, and then Sydney and Nimes in January before the grand finale in Sin City.
The Vegas Shoot hosts both the last stage and then the Indoor Archery World Series Finals on the evening of Saturday, 8 February in the main championship arena.
Participants collect points over all six stages towards the circuit’s elite ranking. The top 16 in each of the four competition categories receive an invite to the Finals.
The Macau Open was the first event and took place on November 9-10. The USA’s Kris Schaff, the Philippines’ Andrea Robles, and Korean archers Park Seon Jin and Ko Dusol took the first wins of the new season.
Archers must compete in the championship divisions at The Vegas Shoot to be eligible for the Indoor Archery World Series Finals. Spectator entry for the medal matches are free entry, take place after archer appreciation and will begin at 20:00 on Saturday, 8 February.