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Planet Sport brings you everything you need to know about the PDC ProTour, including schedule, dates, events, results and prize money.

The PDC Pro Tour is a series of tournaments for professional players which combine the European Tour and Players Championship events. 

The prize money also counts towards the PDC's main Order of Merit which gives players entry into televised tournaments.

Players Championship One (February 5, 2022)

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Venue: Barnsley Metrodome

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Prize money

Players Championship Two (February 6, 2022)

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Players Championship Three (February 12, 2022)

Joe Cullen has been included in the eight-player Premier League line-up

Venue: Wigan, Robin Park

Joe Cullen has bagged £12,000 after winning the third edition of the Players Championship in Wigan. Finalist Damon Heta took home £8,000 for making the showpiece. 

Players Championship Four (February 13, 2022)

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International Darts Open (European Tour - February 25-27, 2022)

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Venue: Sachsenarena, Riesa, Germany

German Darts Championship (ET - March 11-13, 2022)

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Venue: Halle 39, Hildesheim, Germany

Peter Wright (withdrew) 0-6 Michael van Gerwen

Players Championship Five (March 19, 2022)

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Players Championship Six (March 20, 2022)

Jim Williams won his first PDC title in the sixth Players Championship

Players Championship Seven (March 26, 2022)

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Venue:  H+ Hotel, Niedernhausen, Germany

Gerwyn Price bagged £12,000 for winning the event, while  Madars Razma earned £8,000 for making the final. 

Players Championship Eight (March 27, 2022)

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Michael van Gerwen earned £12,000 for the victory, while Martin Schindler took home £8,000. 

Players Championship Nine (April 1, 2022)

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Danny Jansen's first tournament victory on the PDC ProTour earned him £12,000. Andrew Gilding made £8,000 for making the final. 

Players Championship 10 (April 2, 2022)

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Michael van Gerwen earned £12,000 for his victory. Peter Wright, meanwhile, took home £8,000. 

Players Championship 11 (April 3, 2022)

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Ryan Searle won £12,000 while Nathan Aspinall took home £8,000. 

Players Championship 12 (April 9, 2022)

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Venue:  Barnsley Metrodome

Dirk van Duijvenbode's first ProTour win of the 2022 season earned him £12,000. Ryan Searle won £8,000 for coming in second. 

Players Championship 13 (April 10, 2022)

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Nathan Aspinall won £12,000 in Barnsley, while runner-up Matt Campbell earned £8,000 for reaching the showpiece. 

Interwetten German Darts Grand Prix (ET - April 16-18, 2022)

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Venue: Zenith, Munich, Germany

Luke Humphries won £25,000 in Germany, while runner-up Martin Lukeman took home £10,000. 

Austrian Darts Open (ET - April 29 to May 1, 2022)

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Kais Bodensieck/PDC Europe

Venue: Premstätten Halle, Graz, Austria

European Darts Open (ET - May 6-8, 2022)

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Venue: Ostermann Arena, Leverkusen, Germany

Players Championship 14 (May 10, 2022)

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Michael Smith in action at the UK Open

Venue: Robin Park Sports Centre, Wigan

Players Championship 15 (May 11, 2022)

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Czech Darts Open (ET - May 13-15, 2022)

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Venue: PVA Expo, Prague, Czech Republic

European Darts Grand Prix (ET - May 20-22, 2022)

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Dutch Darts Championship (ET - May 27-29, 2022)

Venue: Zwolle, IJsselhallen, Netherlands

Players Championship 16 (June 14, 2022)

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Venue: H+ Hotel, Niedernhausen, Germany

Players Championship 17 (June 15, 2022)

Scott Williams wins the Players Championship 17

European Darts Matchplay (ET - July 1-3, 2022)

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Venue: Trier Arena, Trier, Germany

Players Championship 18 (July 9, 2022)

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Players Championship 19 (July 10, 2022)

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2024 PDC World Darts Championship guide: Who to watch, how to watch, why we love Snakebite and more

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - MARCH 24:  Peter 'Snakebite' Wright of Scotland competes against James 'The Machine' Wade of England during Night 7 of Cazoo Premier League Darts on at Rotterdam Ahoy on March 24, 2022 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

The biggest tournament in darts is currently underway, with 96 of the world’s best players set to battle for the title of World Champion and the £500,000 first prize. The event, taking place at the Alexandra Place, or “Ally Pally,” in London, is certain to produce some of the best moments and scenes in the world of darts for the upcoming year.

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Here are some key things to note as the field begins to slowly whittle down from 96 players to 1 champion.

Tournament Format

For those unfamiliar with professional darts, the game these competitors will be playing is 501 ( I wrote an intro guide a couple years ago that includes a deeper explanation of all the different variations). While the strategy and math associated with 501 can be nuanced at times, the main idea is fairly simple — players begin at 501 and continue scoring until they reach zero. This includes one major caveat: the players must finish the game hitting a double — which requires hitting one of the sections on the outer ring of the board — or the red center of the bullseye.

In the World Championship, matches consist of legs and sets. To win a leg means to win a game of 501. To win a set, players must win three legs. During the early stages of the tournament, matches are a best-of-five, or race to win three sets. As the tournament progresses, the number of sets players need to win the match gradually increases, with the World Championship final match being a best-of-thirteen sets.

Notable Players

In this the 31st iteration of the PDC Darts World Championship, seven former champions are in the field seeking to add another title to their resumes.

Michael “Bully Boy” Smith

The one-time winner, current world No. 1, and reigning world champion gave us an all-time great darts highlight last year when he landed a perfect nine-dart finish after his opponent had narrowly missed an opportunity of their own. Since winning the 2023 world title, the Bully Boy has added a televised title in January, a ranked title in June, and reached a major semifinal back in October.

Peter “Snakebite” Wright

The two-time world champion (2022 and 2020) and current world No. 4 is one of the most popular characters on the PDC tour with his outlandish outfits and eccentric hair. In 2023, Wright snagged a couple of televised titles at the Nordic Darts Masters and European Championship tournaments. Despite these wins, Wright himself has stated he’s had a “rubbish year,” though he attributes much of his poor play this season to lack of focus due to taking a fair bit of time off. Wright has also been quoted as saying he is happy there is no pressure on him this year — making him a potentially dangerous opponent.

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Gerwyn “Iceman” Price

The 2021 World Champion, former world No. 1, and current world No. 5 is often viewed as one of darts’ greatest villains due to his loud roars or fist pumps when celebrating a big shot. The Iceman, who currently has seven televised perfect nine-dart finishes, picked up a televised title at the World Cup of Darts this season, as well as adding six PDC ProTour titles. Often at odds with and facing boos from the Ally Pally crowd, Price wore noise-cancelling headphones in this tournament last year. Price is always someone worth watching, and if he can overcome a potentially difficult crowd, he is certainly capable of making a deep run.

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“Mighty” Michael van Gerwen

Three-time world champion (2014, 2017, 2019), current world No. 2, and winner of seemingly every tournament in professional darts, Michael van Gerwen is arguably the scariest player in the tournament. Mighty Mike, or MVG as he is often referred to, has been a force in professional darts dating back as far as 2006. And he is only 34 years old. Van Gerwen is the proud owner of 65 televised PDC titles, 88 non-televised PDC titles, and 10 televised perfect nine-dart finishes. He also took down a major at the World Series of Darts back in September.

Rob “Voltage” Cross

The 2018 world champion and current world No .8, Cross kind of flies under the radar a bit, likely due to his generally calm demeanor and smaller winning resume than most of the other names on this list. Despite that, Cross has shown he is capable of winning on the big stage. In his 2018 world title run, Cross was a big underdog in the final, as he faced Phil “The Power” Taylor, the most decorated player in the history of darts. Seemingly unfazed, Cross cruised to a 7-2 victory, averaging 107.67, the third highest total in the history of the world championship finals, along the way. Anybody who can produce numbers like that absolutely has a chance to win this tournament.

Gary “The Flying Scotsmen” Anderson

The two-time world champion (2015 and 2016) and current world No 21 is a darts legend and generally one of the fan favorites due to his sense of humor and quick playing style. Anderson, or Ando, does own 19 televised PDC titles and has won many of darts’ biggest titles at points throughout his career. But at 54 years of age and on the tail end of his career, Anderson has not won a televised title since 2019. Despite the lack of big wins over the past few years, Anderson still always seems to be in the mix. Just last month at the Grand Slam of Darts, one of the biggest majors on the professional tour, Anderson reached the quarterfinals, losing 14-16 in a cracker of a match against eventual champion “Cool Hand” Luke Humphries.

Raymond “Barney” van Barneveld

The 2007 champion, current world No. 29, and one of the last remaining OGs of professional darts, van Barneveld is taking another shot at claiming this year’s world title. Aside from a trio of World Cup of Darts titles in 2018, 2017, and 2014, Barney has not won a televised darts title since 2010. I think it may be fair to say the 56-year-old Barney’s best darts are behind him at this point, though I hope he proves that statement to be wrong.

Tournament Information

On December 20 and 21 the tournament will conclude the first round and shift into the second round, with the skill gap getting tighter and tighter as each round progresses.

The second round will conclude at the end of the day on December 23, at which point the tournament will pause for a brief holiday break, resuming with third round action on December 27. Matches will then take place during morning and afternoon sessions each day following, with a champion ultimately being crowned on Wednesday, January 3.

The 2024 PDC World Darts Championship will be televised on Sky Sports, with afternoon and evening sessions being televised on Sky Sports Arena, and several sessions also being televised on Sky Sports Main Event. Live tournament coverage may also be available on YouTube or Twitch, though no guarantees.

(Top photo: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images; additional photos of Snakebite and Iceman: Jürgen Kessler/picture alliance via Getty Images)

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From January 9 to 15, the European and UK Q-School will be held. Divided between the two venues, 27 new PDC Tour Cards are ready for the 2023-24 PDC seasons.

The number of Tour Cards per venue has been determined based on the number of entries. Fourteen Tour Cards will be distributed at the European Q-School, while there's thirteen Tour Cards on offer at the UK Q-School.

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Q-School divided into two phases

As in the past two years, the Q-School is divided into two phases. The first phase will take place from Jan. 9 through Jan. 11, followed by the final phase from Jan. 12 through Jan. 15.

Players who lost their PDC Tour Card last season or finished in the top eight on the Challenge Tour and Development Tour are immediately qualified for the final phase.

Other participants must start in the first stage. A spot for the final stage can be achieved by reaching the last four in Kalkar on one of the three playing days, or the last eight in Milton Keynes. Should that fail, players must make sure to win as many points as possible. Each win in a full round (without byes) earns one point. Through the Q-School Order of Merit of the first stage, players also advance to the final stage.

Tour Card distribution during final stage

The Tour Cards are only actually distributed during the final stage. Of the 27 available Tour Cards, eight are distributed immediately. On both the British and European Q-School, four days of play will be completed during the final phase. The eight direct cards will go to all daily winners at the tournaments.

The remaining 19 Tour Cards can be earned through the Q-School Order of Merit. At both events, points can be earned per win (not counting preliminaries), these go 10 for EU and 9 for UK due to entry numbers.

With several consistent results, players can still get a Tour Card this way, without having a daily win.

What can you do with a Tour Card?

Players in possession of a Tour Card can participate in the Pro Tour tournaments. In addition, you may participate in the qualifying tournaments for the Euro Tour events, the qualifiers for the Grand Slam of Darts and World Series of Darts Finals and the very last World Championship qualifying tournament.

Can you still play on the PDC circuit without a Tour Card?

Especially for players who have missed out on a Tour Card, the PDC Challenge Tour has been set up. That's 24 tournaments, each with a top prize of 2,500 pounds. Players can also participate in Associate Qualifiers for the Euro Tours and, in addition, there is a Development Tour for players under the age of 24.

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The 2023 PDC Pro Tour is the current series of non-televised darts tournaments organised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). Players Championships and European Tour events are the events that make up the Pro Tour. There will be thirty Players Championship events and thirteen PDC European Tour events, as well as 24 events for the Challenge and Development Tours, and the Women's Series. [1]

  • 1 Prize money
  • 2.1 Tour cards
  • 2.2 Q-School
  • 3 Players Championships
  • 4 PDC European Tour
  • 5 PDC Challenge Tour
  • 6 PDC Development Tour
  • 7 PDC Women's Series
  • 8 PDC Asian Tour
  • 9 Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic (PDCNB) Tour
  • 10 Dartplayers Australia (DPA) Pro Tour
  • 11 Dartplayers New Zealand (DPNZ) Pro Tour
  • 12 Championship Darts Corporation (CDC) Pro Tour
  • 13 Championship Darts Latin American and Caribbean (CDLC) Tour
  • 14 African Continental Tour
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Prize money [ ]

On 21 November 2022, it was announced that the prize money for the Women's Series will be doubled in 2023. [2]

The following day, it was announced that the prize money for Challenge/Development Tour events would also increase, with the prize fund going up from £10,000 to £15,000 per event. [3]

On 15 February 2023, it was announced that the prize money for the PDC European Tour events was to increase by 25% with prize funds increasing from £140,000 to £175,000 per event. [4]

This is how the prize money is divided:

  • ↑ Last 64 prize money will only be paid out, if a minimum of 128 participants take part in a Women's Series event.

PDC Tour Card [ ]

128 players are granted Tour Cards, which enables them to participate in all Players Championships events, the UK Open and qualifiers for all European Tour and select televised events. [5]

Tour cards [ ]

The 2023 Tour Cards were awarded to: [5]

  • (64) The top 64 players from the PDC Order of Merit after the 2023 World Championship .
  • (30) 30 qualifiers from 2022 Q-School not ranked in the top 64 of the PDC Order of Merit following the World Championship.
  • Jim Williams was also in the top 64 of the PDC Order of Merit, and therefore, one extra Tour Card was awarded to a Q-School qualifier.
  • (1) The winner of the 2021 European Challenge Tour ( Matt Campbell ).
  • (1) The winner of the 2021 UK Development Tour ( Bradley Brooks ).
  • (1) The winner of the 2021 European Development Tour ( Rusty-Jake Rodriguez ).
  • (2) Two highest qualifiers from 2022 Challenge Tour ( Robert Owen and Danny van Trijp ).
  • (2) Two highest qualifiers from 2022 Development Tour ( Geert Nentjes and Jurjen van der Velde ).
  • (8) The daily winners from the 2023 Q-Schools.

Afterwards, the playing field was complemented by the highest qualified players from the Q-School Order of Merit until the maximum number of 128 Pro Tour Card players has been reached. In 2023, that means that a total of 19 additional players qualified this way.

Q-School [ ]

The PDC Pro Tour Qualifying School (or Q-School) was split into a UK and European Q-School. Players that are not from Europe could choose which Q-School to compete in.

Q-School was once again split into two stages; with all players who lost their tour cards after the 2023 World Championship and the players who finished from third to sixteenth in the 2022 Challenge Tour and Development Tour Orders of Merit exempted to the final stage. The first stage consisted a block of three days, with the last eight players on each day qualifying into the final stage. A ranking of other players will also be produced with players qualifying via that ranking to produce a full list of 128 players for each final stage. [6]

Stage One took place between 9–11 January; with the Final Stage being held between 12–15 January. The winner of each day's play in the Final Stage will be given a PDC Tour Card.

The UK Q-School was held at the Marshall Arena , Milton Keynes , England; with the European Q-School held at Wunderland Kalkar in Kalkar , Germany.

An Order of Merit was created for each Q School. For every win after the Last 64, the players will be awarded 1 point.

To complete the field of 128 Tour Card Holders, places will be allocated down the final Q-School Order of Merits in proportion to the number of participants, with 9 cards going to the UK Q-School and 10 going to the European Q-School.

The following players picked up Tour Cards as a result:

Players Championships [ ]

There were 30 Players Championship events in 2023.

PDC European Tour [ ]

The PDC European Tour remained at 13 events for 2023, although there was no event in Gibraltar , ending 10 years of darts on the peninsula.

PDC Challenge Tour [ ]

The 2023 Challenge Tour will once again consist of 4 weekends of 5 events, and 1 weekend of 4 events. The top 2 players on the Order of Merit get a PDC Tour Card and a place at the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship , meanwhile the winner of the Order of Merit gets a spot at the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts as well. The Challenge Tour rankings are additionally used to top up Players Championship events should not all 128 Tour Card holders choose to enter. Furthermore the eight highest ranked players from the 2024 Challenge Tour without a tour card for the 2024 season qualified for the first round of the 2024 UK Open .

PDC Development Tour [ ]

The 2023 Development Tour once again consisted of 4 weekends of 5 events, and 1 weekend of 4 events. The top 2 players on the Order of Merit got a PDC Tour Card and a place at the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship , meanwhile the winner of the Order of Merit got a spot at the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts as well. Gian van Veen finished top of the rankings, earning him the Grand Slam place, but as he already had a Tour Card, the 2nd and 3rd place players ( Luke Littler and Wessel Nijman ) won Tour Cards.

The Development Tour rankings additionally form a large part of qualification for the 2023 PDC World Youth Championship . Furthermore the top 8 ranked players from the 2023 Development Tour Order of Merit, who do not manage to earn a Tour Card for the 2024 season, will qualify for the first round of the 2024 UK Open .

PDC Women's Series [ ]

The PDC Women's Series will be expanded from 20 to 24 events held over six weekends. The top 8 ranked players from money earned from the last 8 Women's Series events of 2022 and the first 12 events of 2023 will qualify for the 2023 Women's World Matchplay in Blackpool . The top two players from the series will qualify for the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship .

The winner, Beau Greaves , had qualified for the World Championship by winning the Women's World Matchplay, but she declined her invite by deciding to take part in the 2023 WDF World Darts Championship instead, so the players who finished 2nd and 3rd will take part in the World Championship instead.

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PDC Asian Tour [ ]

Following a break of three years, the PDC Asian Tour returned in 2023 with an expanded tour consisting of 24 events held over 8 weekends. The first 15 events were confirmed on 10 November 2022. [126] Events 16–21 were announced on 26 May 2023 [127] , with the last 3 announced on 31 July.

The top 4 finishers on the Asian Tour Order of Merit qualified for the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship . As the players in 4th and 5th were tied, a best of 9 play-off took place between them, which saw Reynaldo Rivera defeat Man Lok Leung 5–4 to qualify for Ally Pally. [128]

The Asian Championship also returned, this time taking place in Shimonoseki , Japan between 5–8 October. [129]

Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic (PDCNB) Tour [ ]

On 15 January 2023, PDC Nordic & Baltic announced their 2023 calendar , which had 5 weekends in 5 different countries. [155]

Dartplayers Australia (DPA) Pro Tour [ ]

The Dartplayers Australia Tour will return to a unified tour for 2023 . There will be 20 events held over 5 weekends, all held at the Warilla Bowls Club, Barrack Heights . [166] Although, that was changed later in the year to include the Geelong Greyhound Club.

Dartplayers New Zealand (DPNZ) Pro Tour [ ]

The Dartplayers New Zealand Tour will return for an extended tour for 2023 . There will be 12 events held over 6 weekends. [193]

Championship Darts Corporation (CDC) Pro Tour [ ]

The Championship Darts Corporation continued in 2023 . There were 12 events held over 4 weekends. The top players from the United States and Canada on the Tour Points List will qualify for the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship . This meant that Alex Spellman and David Cameron qualified, alongside Stowe Buntz , as the Wildcard Qualifier, the highest-ranked person on the list, who hadn't yet qualified.

Before the CDC season starts, there will also be a new tournament called the Cross-Border Darts Challenge featuring 8 players from both Canada and the United States facing off against each other, with the winner earning a place at the 2023 US Darts Masters . The event will take place at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City , New Jersey on 21–22 April. [218]

Championship Darts Latin American and Caribbean (CDLC) Tour [ ]

On 3 May 2023, the Championship Darts Corporation announced that a new affiliate known as the Championship Darts Latin American and Caribbean (CDLC) will have its own tour in 2023 . It will host 4 events held over 2 weekends. The top player from the CDLC Tour will qualify for the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship . [219]

African Continental Tour [ ]

On 15 February 2023, it was announced that in co-operation with the African Darts Group, a first ever African Continental Tour would take place. It would include qualifiers for the 2023 PDC World Cup of Darts , as well as the 2023 PDC World Youth Championship and the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship . [224]

References [ ]

  • ↑ 2023 PDC calendar unveiled . PDC (30 September 2022).
  • ↑ PDC announces double boost for women's game . PDC (21 November 2022).
  • ↑ Prize funds boosted for Winmau Challenge & Development Tours . Professional Darts Corporation (22 November 2022).
  • ↑ Cazoo UK Open & European Tour prize fund increases announced . Professional Darts Corporation (15 February 2023).
  • ↑ 5.0 5.1 PDC Tour Card Holders . PDC .
  • ↑ 2023 PDC Qualifying Schools entries now open . PDC .
  • ↑ 7.0 7.1 Monk and Sparidaans claim first Tour Cards of 2023 Q Schools . PDC .
  • ↑ 8.0 8.1 Cadby and Usher clinch Tour Cards on Day Two at PDC Q Schools . PDC .
  • ↑ 9.0 9.1 De Zwaan & Payne secure Tour Cards on Day Three at Q Schools . PDC .
  • ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Brown & Huybrechts headline Tour Card winners as 2023 Q Schools conclude . PDC .
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 01 • Players Championship 01 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 02 • Players Championship 02 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 03 • Players Championship 03 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 04 • Players Championship 04 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 05 • Players Championship 05 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 06 • Players Championship 06 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 07 • Players Championship 06 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 08 • Players Championship 06 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 09 • Players Championship 09 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 10 • Players Championship 10 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 11 • Players Championship 11 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 12 • Players Championship 12 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 13 • Players Championship 13 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 14 • Players Championship 14 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 15 • Players Championship 15 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 16 • Players Championship 16 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 17 • Players Championship 17 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 18 • Players Championship 18 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 19 • Players Championship 19 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 20 • Players Championship 20 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 21 • Players Championship 21 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 22 • Players Championship 22 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 23 • Players Championship 23 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 24 • Players Championship 24 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 25 • Players Championship 25 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 26 • Players Championship 26 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 27 • Players Championship 27 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 28 • Players Championship 28 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 29 • Players Championship 29 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Players Championship 30 • Players Championship 30 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ Chisnall claims Interwetten Baltic Sea Darts Open title (en) . PDC (26 February 2023).
  • ↑ Seventh heaven for Price with Interwetten European Darts Open triumph (en) . PDC (26 March 2023).
  • ↑ Peerless Price retains International Darts Open crown (en) . PDC (2 April 2023).
  • ↑ Super Six for Sensational Smith at Interwetten German Darts Grand Prix (en) . PDC (10 April 2023).
  • ↑ Clinical Clayton celebrates Graz glory at Austrian Darts Open (en) . PDC (23 April 2023).
  • ↑ Clinical Chisnall seals Dutch Darts Championship triumph (en) . PDC (30 April 2023).
  • ↑ Van Gerwen ends title drought with Blåkläder Belgian Darts Open success (en) . PDC (7 May 2023).
  • ↑ Wright ends title drought with Gambrinus Czech Darts Open win . PDC .
  • ↑ Clinical Cross denies Humphries to claim maiden Euro Tour crown .
  • ↑ Humphries retains Interwetten European Darts Matchplay in dramatic final . PDC .
  • ↑ Ratajski romps to Interwetten German Darts Open glory in Jena . PDC .
  • ↑ Inspired Chisnall denies nine-dart Humphries to triumph in Budapest . PDC .
  • ↑ Perfect Pietreczko wins Interwetten German Darts Championship .
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 01 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 02 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 03 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 04 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 05 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 06 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 07 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 08 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 09 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 10 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 11 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 12 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 13 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 14 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 15 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 16 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 17 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 18 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 19 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 20 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 21 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 22 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 23 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Challenge Tour 24 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 01 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 02 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 03 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 04 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 05 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 06 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 07 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 08 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 09 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 10 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 11 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 12 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 13 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 14 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 15 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 16 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 17 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 18 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 19 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 20 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 21 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 22 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 23 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Development Tour 24 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 01 • Women's Series Event 01 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 02 • Women's Series Event 02 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 03 • Women's Series Event 03 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 04 • Women's Series Event 04 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 05 • Women's Series Event 05 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 06 • Women's Series Event 06 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 07 • Women's Series Event 07 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 08 • Women's Series Event 08 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 09 • Women's Series Event 09 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 10 • Women's Series Event 10 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 11 • Women's Series Event 11 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 12 • Women's Series Event 12 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 13 • Women's Series Event 13 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 14 • Women's Series Event 14 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 15 • Women's Series Event 15 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 16 • Women's Series Event 16 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 17 • Women's Series Event 17 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 18 • Women's Series Event 18 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 19 • Women's Series Event 19 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 20 • Women's Series Event 20 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 21 • Women's Series Event 21 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 22 • Women's Series Event 22 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 23 • Women's Series Event 23 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Women's Series - Event 24 • Women's Series Event 24 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour to return with 24 events in 2023 . PDC (10 November 2022).
  • ↑ Qualifying update for PDC Asian Tour & PDC Asian Championship . PDC (26 May 2023).
  • ↑ PDC 2023 Asian Tour 24 • PDC 2023 Asian Tour Playoff Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Championship to return in October 2023 . PDC (13 January 2023).
  • ↑ http://www.pdc-asia.tv/
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 01 • Asian Tour 01 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 02 • Asian Tour 02 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 03 • Asian Tour 03 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 04 • Asian Tour 04 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 05 • Asian Tour 05 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 06 • Asian Tour 06 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 07 • Asian Tour 07 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 08 • Asian Tour 08 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 09 • Asian Tour 09 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 10 • Asian Tour 10 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 11 • Asian Tour 11 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 12 • Asian Tour 12 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 13 • Asian Tour 13 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 14 • Asian Tour 14 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 15 • Asian Tour 15 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 16 • Asian Tour 16 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 17 • Asian Tour 17 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 18 • Asian Tour 18 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 19 • Asian Tour 19 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 20 • Asian Tour 20 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 21 • Asian Tour 21 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 22 • Asian Tour 22 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 23 • Asian Tour 23 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ PDC Asian Tour 24 • Asian Tour 24 Final . DartConnect.
  • ↑ Finally: The calendar is ready! . PDC Nordic & Baltic (15 January 2023).
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 1 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 2 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 3 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 4 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 5 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 6 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 7 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 8 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 9 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ PDCNB ProTour 10 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ WINMAU Pro Tour 2023 . PDC (26 December 2012).
  • ↑ https://www.dartplayersaustralia.com/home/dpa-order-of-merit/
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  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 02 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 03 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 04 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 05 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 06 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 07 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 08 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 09 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 10 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 11 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 12 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 13 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 14 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 15 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 16 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 17 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 18 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 19 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 20 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 21 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 22 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 23 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 24 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPA Pro Tour 25 Final . DartConnect TV.
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  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 02 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 03 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 04 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 05 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 06 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 07 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 08 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 09 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 10 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 11 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ DPNZ Pro Tour 12 . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 01 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 02 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 03 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 04 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 05 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 06 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 07 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 08 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 09 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 10 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDC - Main Event 11 Final . DartConnect TV.
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  • ↑ Championship Darts Latin America & Caribbean Tour to be launched . PDC (3 May 2023).
  • ↑ CDLC - World Champ Qualifier 1 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDLC - World Champ Qualifier 2 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDLC - World Champ Qualifier 3 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ CDLC - World Champ Qualifier 4 Final . DartConnect TV.
  • ↑ African Continental Tour announced by African Darts Group . PDC (15 February 2023).
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  • ↑ African Continental Tour 2023 - Event 02 • Knockout Final . DartConnect TV.
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  • ↑ African Continental Tour 2023 - Event 04 • Knockout Final . DartConnect TV.

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PDC World Championship Darts Pro Tour

2010 video game / from wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour is a darts simulation video game based on events held by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). The game was developed by Rebellion Developments in collaboration with British developer Redoubt, Ltd. and published by O-Games on 26 November 2010 in Europe for the PlayStation 3 , Wii and Xbox 360 game consoles.

As well as full compatibility with the standard DualShock 3 controller, the Sony PlayStation 3 version integrates full PlayStation Move compatibility, however, the Xbox 360 version does not incorporate additional Kinect functionality.

O-Games introduced downloadable content that was (and still is) available on the PS3 and Xbox 360 (some of which is exclusive to the PS3) for the game, which offered 2 extra players and a new tournament. The only pack was released on the games release which included dart players Wayne Mardle and Peter Manley and the Las Vegas Desert Classic tournament.

Upon release, the game was met with a mixed-to-positive reception.

Darts' biggest names open up during Mental Health Awareness Week

Aspinall & Humphries (PDC)

Four of darts’ biggest names opened up on their own mental health battles in a special Sky Sports documentary broadcast earlier this week. ‘Beyond The Oche’ saw Premier League stars Luke Humphries, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall and Peter Wright speak to Abigail Davies about their own experiences, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. World Champion Humphries has spoken candidly in the past about his mental health journey, which left him contemplating his future in the sport at one stage. However, Humphries has overcome his adversity to become the world’s premier player, and he believes opening up on his struggles had a defining impact on his career. “I’m enjoying playing and I’m enjoying going home and spending time with my family,” Humphries told Sky Sports. “A few years ago I was feeling so anxious that I felt it was never going to work for me, so it was really important that I went out and spoke to someone, and opened up to my family. “When you feel there’s no way out, it can be hard to look to the future, but I went through Cognitive behavioural therapy which definitely helped – you find the source of where the problem is coming from. “I feel like when you reach the top everybody wants to knock you down, but it doesn’t bother me anymore. I’ve achieved everything I’ve done by being me. “I used to get quite down on myself after a bad result, but I feel like I’m a lot stronger now, and I don’t listen to that negativity.” World Matchplay champion Aspinall has also been faced with huge obstacles over the last few years, coming back from a career-threatening injury and defying dartitis to maintain his place amongst the sport’s elite. “In any professional sport you have your ups and downs, and it can be very lonely as a darts player,” conceded Aspinall, the current world number four. “I had a really bad moment in Brighton during the Premier League last year. Nobody knows how dark a place I was in at that time. “I sought help and spoke to a sports psychologist. He’s worked absolute wonders for me and has almost reprogrammed my head to focus on the ups rather than downs. “I’ve had so much support from my family, and all of the things I’ve gone through over the last four or five years has made me so much stronger, it’s unbelievable.” Smith, meanwhile, fulfilled his darting destiny with World Darts Championship glory in 2023, having previously suffered heartbreaking final defeats against Michael van Gerwen and Wright. “I was trying to overcome those demons by myself, and that was the hardest thing I had to overcome,” revealed the St Helens star. “When I lost to Peter Wright in my second [World Championship final], I really questioned myself. Would I ever get another chance? “Some days you have your dark days, but you build your strength up, you build your positivity up and your mind gets stronger, and that’s how I overcame my heartache. I kept believing. “When people make comments on social media, they don’t realise what you’re going through. You could have a lot of demons in the back of your head and they’re just fuelling that fire. “They need to realise that we’re still human beings that are doing a job; we’re just doing something we love.”

Wright has also endured a challenging journey to the top – and like Smith – lost in a host of major televised finals before joining the winner’s circle. The two-time World Champion is one of the most recognisable characters in the sport, but his flamboyant image belies the humble figure you see away from the big stage. “Away from the game, the confidence level in me is not great to be honest,” revealed the Scottish veteran. “Peter Wright is a very shy person, but when he becomes Snakebite, he becomes this really confident guy. “Dressing up gives me a lot of confidence; you almost feel like a superhero! It makes you feel good inside. It might not work for other people, but it works for me. “Darts can be a really cruel game; when you’re up there under the limelight it can be really hard. “When I won my first World Championship, it was like a great big weight had been lifted off my shoulders. It was a magical feeling, and it makes all the sacrifices worthwhile.”

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