A rather dizzying document released by World Snooker today lays out the extent of television and internet streaming coverage of the game over the course of the next season.
It explains that major events shown on television in, for instance, the UK will not be available to watch online on liveworldsnooker.tv.
This is because separate deals have been struck for internet rights with the BBC and Eurosport.
However, the document shows just how much snooker will be available to watch: all the ranking events on TV or online, the European PTCs on Eurosport, English PTCs and qualifiers online.
It also shows how crowded the calendar is going to be after Christmas.
Players risk burn-out going to the World Championship but the tournament schedule is having to be built if not from scratch then from a pretty low starting point.
The strategy appears to be to get the tournaments on in the first place and then, presumably, try to schedule them in the future so that there's not quite so much flying here, there and everywhere.
Whatever, it beats sitting at home complaining there aren't any tournaments.
Read all about it here.