2013 PDC World Youth Championship

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PDC World Youth Championship
Tournament information
Dates March 22, 2013
May 16, 2013 (final)
Venue The O2 Arena
Location London
Country England
Organisation(s) PDC
Format Legs,
first to 5,
first to 6 (final)
Prize fund £30,000
Winners share £10,000

The 2013 PDC World Youth Championship is the third edition of the PDC World Youth Championship, a tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation for darts players aged between 14 and 21.

The knock-out stages from the last 64 to the semi-finals will be played in Barnsley on March 22, 2013.[1] The final will take place on May 16, 2013, before the final of the 2013 Premier League Darts, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.

James Hubbard is the defending champion.

Prize money[edit]

Stage Prize Money
(Total £40,000)
Winner £10,000
Runner Up £5,000
Semi Final £3,000
Quarter Final £1,500
Third Round £725
Second Round £250
First Round £100

Qualification[edit]

The tournament features 64 players. The top 51 players in the PDC Youth Tour Order of Merit automatically qualified for the tournament, with the top eight players being seeded.[1] They will be joined by 13 international qualifiers.[1]

The participants are:

References[edit]