2018 World Grand Prix (darts)
|2018 Unibet World Grand Prix|
|Dates||30 September–6 October 2018|
"Double in, Double out"
|High checkout||164 Raymond van Barneveld |
|Michael van Gerwen|
Van Gerwen went on to lift his fourth World Grand Prix title, defeating Peter Wright 5–2 in the final.
The total prize money will remain at £400,000. The following is the breakdown of the fund:
|Position (num. of players)||Prize money|
|Second round losers||(8)||£8,500|
|First round losers||(16)||£5,000|
The field of 32 players was made up from the top 16 on the PDC Order of Merit and the top 16 non-qualified players from the ProTour Order of Merit. The top eight players were seeded in the tournament. The following players qualified for the tournament:
PDC Order of Merit (1–16) (Top 8 seeded)
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