|Organisation(s)||World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association|
|Total prize fund||£405,000|
|Current champion(s)||Judd Trump|
On April 29, 2015, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced it would be added to the main tour in 2016 as the "Northern Ireland Open" at a Belfast venue, as part of a new Home Nations Series with the existing Welsh Open and new English Open and Scottish Open tournaments.
The 2017 Final made history as Yan Bingtao became the youngest player to reach a ranking final. Yan came close to breaking Ronnie O'Sullivan's record of the youngest player to win a ranking event, which had stood for 24 years, but he narrowly lost to Mark Williams 8–9 after having led 8–7. This final also featured one of the biggest age gaps between finalists as Williams was almost 25 years older than Yan. Additionally, Yan also became the first player born in the 2000s to reach the final of a ranking tournament.
For the last three consecutive years of the tournament, Judd Trump has defeated Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–7 in the final.
|Northern Ireland Open (ranking)|
|2016||Mark King||Barry Hawkins||9–8||Coral||Belfast||2016/17|
|2017||Mark Williams||Yan Bingtao||9–8||Dafabet||2017/18|
|2018||Judd Trump||Ronnie O'Sullivan||9–7||BetVictor||2018/19|
|2019||Judd Trump||Ronnie O'Sullivan||9–7||19.com||2019/20|
|2020||Judd Trump||Ronnie O'Sullivan||9–7||Matchroom.live||Milton Keynes||2020/21|