The largest indoor archery tournament in the world returns for its 54th year on February 7-9 at the South Point Hotel and Casino. Nearly 4000 shooters are expected to attend The Vegas Shoot in 2020.
Attendance has risen significantly and steadily over the last decade.
Alongside the thousands competing this year, more than 6000 spectators will visit the tournament and its large trade show.
The event also boasts a record $490,000 prize fund in 2020.
“Having 4000 shooters on the line in Vegas was only a dream a few years ago but is now close to becoming a reality,” said NFAA Foundation President Bruce Cull.
“The ongoing support of the archery community enables us to give more back. We’re committed to continuing to invest in shooter experience, in strengthening participation, in growing the prize pot – and maintaining The Vegas Shoot as both the biggest and best indoor archery tournament in the world.”
Major additions to the prize program in 2020 include the $10K-a-Day Shoot-off for Championship archers, the Junior Essay Contest and Collegiate Scholarships for youth shooters.
The $10K-a-Day Shoot-off will take place on both Friday and Saturday with 300-point shooters.
Archers aged 12 to 17 can submit an essay of 500-1000 words on the subject of archery before 9:00am CST on Monday, January 27, 2020 to take part in the Youth Essay Contest.
A full list of prizes for The Vegas Shoot 2020 can be found online.
Register by January 20, 2020 to take advantage of the early registration fee.