Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament logo unveiled
Chinese Billiardslogo unveiled
With the holding of the 2012 CBSA “Star Cup” National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament, this national tournament has become the only official ranking tournament in China. As the most authoritative tournament in the domestic Chineseindustry, it is an impressive logo with traditional Chinese cultural connotations. It can be said to be essential.
Four guests holding Chinese billiard cue balls stood on the starter table together to lift the mystery of the Chinese billiards ranking game logo
Before the second round of the rankings of this season, the organizers of the event held a logo release ceremony. Four guests: Wang Tao, Director of the Second Department of Small Ball Sports Management Center of the State General Administration of Sports, Deputy Secretary-General of the China Billiards Association, Song Kai, Deputy Director of the Liaoning Provincial Sports Bureau, Zhang Xiaoquan, Deputy Director of the Shenyang Sports Bureau, and Gan Liantong, Chairman of Beijing Xingwei Sporting Goods Co., Ltd. Holding Chinese billiards cue ball standing on the starting platform together to lift the mystery of the Chinese billiards ranking game logo.
With the appearance of the Chinese-style billiards ranking tournament logo, the Chinese-style billiards project with Chinese characteristics finally has its own unique logo. The main body of the logo for the National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament is a soaring golden dragon with four Chinese characters for Chinese billiards, and the dragon body is a cloud of auspicious clouds. The entire logo is auspicious and festive, rich in traditional Chinese cultural connotations, and symbolizes that Chinese billiards will flourish as the Chinese dragon takes off. The four Chinese characters of Chinese billiards hold up the dragon, which also contains the connotation that Chinese billiards will go to the world, win glory for the country, and help the Chinese dragon take off. Taking the dragon as the mark symbolizes that the Chinese billiards players will live and fight in the arena. In the end, the dragon robe is added, and the dragon is the mark, which symbolizes that Chinese billiards will fly for nine days and prosper in the world!