2019 PDC Pro Tour

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The 2019 PDC Pro Tour is a 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 43 PDC Pro Tour events held, 30 Players Championships and 13 European Tour events.

There used to be UK Open qualifiers as part of this list, but they were abolished in September 2018 as the UK Open was made exclusive for the 128 Tour Card holders, 16 Challenge Tour qualifiers and 16 Riley's qualifiers.

This page also includes results from the PDC's affiliated tours including the Development and Challenge Tours and all the regional tours as well as the results from the World Championship regional qualifiers. There will be 20 Challenge Tour events, 20 Development Tour events, 10 PDC Nordic and Baltic Events, 12 PDC Asia Events, 30 Dartplayers Australia Pro Tour events, 6 EuroAsian Darts Corporation Pro Tour Events and 10 Championship Darts Circuit Pro Tour events during the 2019 season.

The 2019 season in darts saw a major shift in the rules between players playing in the Professional Darts Corporation and the British Darts Organisation (BDO). For the first time since the split in darts the BDO let players that play in their World Championships take part in the PDC's Qualifying School without withholding their money or banning them.[1] With the change in rules high profile players such as Glen Durrant, Scott Waites and Mark McGeeney committed themselves to the Qualifying School.[2][3][4]

Prize Money[edit]

The prize money for the European Tour events have increased for 2019.

This is how the prize money is divided:

Stage Players Championships European Tour
Winner £10,000 £25,000
Runner-up £6,000 £10,000
Semi-finalists £3,000 £6,500
Quarter-finalists £2,250 £5,000
Last 16 £1,500 £3,000
Last 32 £1,000 £2,000
Last 48 N/A £1,000
Last 64 £500 N/A
Total £75,000 £140,000

PDC Tour Card[edit]

128 players are granted Tour Cards, which enables them to participate in all Players Championships events, the UK Open and all the European Tour events.

Tour Cards[edit]

The 2019 Tour Cards are awarded to:

Afterwards, the playing field will be complemented by the highest qualified players from the Q School Order of Merit until the maximum number of 128 Pro Tour Card players had been reached. In 2019, that means that a total of 18 players will qualify this way.

Since Ted Evetts qualified through the 2018 Challenge Tour Order of Merit as well as the 2018 Development Tour Order of Merit, Rowby-John Rodriguez was awarded a Tour Card as being the next player in line in the 2018 Development Tour Order of Merit.

Q-School[edit]

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

  • The UK Q-School will take place at the Robin Park Arena in Wigan from 17–20 January.
  • The European Q-School took place at Halle 39 in Hildesheim from 3–6 January.

The following players won two-year tour cards on each of the days played:

European Q-School
January 3 January 4 January 5 January 6

Netherlands Niels Zonneveld

Netherlands Mike van Duivenbode

Germany Christian Bunse

Lithuania Darius Labanauskas

237 players 236 players 223 players 199 players
UK Q-School
January 17 January 18 January 19 January 20

England Jamie Hughes
England Harry Ward

England Scott Baker
England Mark McGeeney

England Reece Robinson
England Matt Clark

England Nathan Derry
England Kirk Shepherd

384 players 385 players 382 players 364 players

An Order of Merit was also created for each Q School. For every win after the first full round (without byes) the players get awarded 1 point.

To complete the field of 128 Tour Card Holders, places will be allocated down the final Qualifying School Order of Merits in proportion to the number of entrants. The following players picked up Tour Cards as a result:

Players Championships[edit]

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 9 February England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (109.45) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 4 Netherlands Jermaine Wattimena (98.80) [6]
2 Sunday 10 February (88.73) Dave Chisnall England 8 – 7 England Glen Durrant (92.48) [7]
3 Saturday 16 February (105.72) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 5 England Ian White (95.20) [8]
4 Sunday 17 February (96.24) Glen Durrant England 8 – 3 Belgium Dimitri Van den Bergh (97.21) [9]
5 Saturday 23 February England Barnsley, Metrodome (109.71) Gerwyn Price Wales 8 – 4 Germany Gabriel Clemens (92.43) [10]
6 Sunday 24 February (97.03) Gerwyn Price Wales 8 – 4 England Ricky Evans (87.79) [11]
7 Saturday 16 March England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (99.38) Dave Chisnall England 8 – 6 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney (94.52) [12]
8 Sunday 17 March (101.11) Adrian Lewis England 8 – 3 Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (95.17) [13]
9 Saturday 6 April England Barnsley, Metrodome (98.00) James Wade England 8 – 2 England Michael Smith (84.11) [14]
10 Sunday 7 April (103.29) Jonny Clayton Wales 8 – 4 Germany Gabriel Clemens (98.02) [15]
11 Saturday 13 April (90.75) James Wade England 8 – 6 England Michael Smith (85.46) [16]
12 Sunday 14 April (98.03) James Wade England 8 – 5 Netherlands Jeffrey de Zwaan (96.28) [17]
13 Tuesday 30 April (98.58) William O'Connor Republic of Ireland 8 – 4 England Nathan Aspinall (94.02) [18]
14 Wednesday 1 May (96.18) Jeffrey de Zwaan Netherlands 8 – 2 England Stephen Bunting (88.01) [19]
15 Saturday 18 May (93.00) Glen Durrant England 8 – 1 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas (84.06) [20]
16 Sunday 19 May (92.87) Harry Ward England 8 – 7 Germany Max Hopp (91.74) [21]
17 Saturday 22 June England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (98.74) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 8 – 3 England Nathan Aspinall (93.72) [22]
18 Sunday 23 June (94.45) James Wade England 8 – 5 Portugal José de Sousa (98.80) [23]
19 Tuesday 16 July England Barnsley, Metrodome (96.93) Peter Wright Scotland 8 – 5 England Justin Pipe (103.26) [24]
20 Wednesday 17 July (105.33) Peter Wright Scotland 8 – 1 England Joe Cullen (92.64) [25]
21 Saturday 3 August Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 (89.11) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 8 – 7 Belgium Dimitri Van den Bergh (93.71) [26]
22 Sunday 4 August (94.59) Brendan Dolan Northern Ireland 8 – 5 Netherlands Jermaine Wattimena (96.29) [27]
23 Tuesday 10 September England Barnsley, Metrodome (95.68) José de Sousa Portugal 8 – 1 Wales Gerwyn Price (84.79) [28]
24 Wednesday 11 September (92.16) James Wade England 8 – 6 England Dave Chisnall (92.36) [29]
25 Saturday 21 September (98.60) Daryl Gurney Northern Ireland 8 – 5 England Nathan Aspinall (97.04) [30]
26 Sunday 22 September (97.09) Mensur Suljović Austria 8 – 7 England Ian White (107.04) [31]
27 Friday 4 October Republic of Ireland Dublin, Citywest Hotel (99.27) Gerwyn Price Wales 8 – 7 Poland Krzysztof Ratajski (95.47) [32]
28 Saturday 5 October (93.84) José de Sousa Portugal 8 – 6 England Glen Durrant (92.90) [33]
29 Monday 14 October England Barnsley, Metrodome (98.46) Brendan Dolan Northern Ireland 8 – 6 England Ian White (96.44) [34]
30 Tuesday 15 October (101.05) Peter Wright Scotland 8 – 1 Poland Krzysztof Ratajski (94.10) [35]

European Tour[edit]

No. Date Event Location Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 22–24 March European Darts Open Germany Leverkusen, Ostermann-Arena (104.72) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 6 England Rob Cross (100.27) [36]
2 29–31 March German Darts Championship Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 (98.32) Daryl Gurney Northern Ireland 8 – 6 England Ricky Evans (97.19) [37]
3 20–22 April German Darts Grand Prix Germany Munich, Zenith (106.45) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 3 Australia Simon Whitlock (94.38) [38]
4 26–28 April German Darts Open Germany Saarbrücken, Saarlandhalle (100.22) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 3 England Ian White (94.22) [39]
5 3–5 May Austrian Darts Open Austria Premstätten, Steiermarkhalle (101.22) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 7 England Ian White (99.88) [40]
6 10–12 May European Darts Grand Prix Germany Sindelfingen, Glaspalast (91.36) Ian White England 8 – 7 Scotland Peter Wright (92.68) [41]
7 24–26 May Dutch Darts Masters Netherlands Zwolle, IJsselhallen (93.01) Ian White England 8 – 7 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (96.95) [42]
8 14–16 June Danish Darts Open Denmark Copenhagen, Brøndbyhallen (98.92) Dave Chisnall England 8 – 3 England Chris Dobey (85.55) [43]
9 28–30 June Czech Darts Open Czech Republic Prague, PVA Expo Praha (96.63) Jamie Hughes England 8 – 3 England Stephen Bunting (81.52) [44]
10 30 August–1 September Austrian Darts Championship Austria Schwechat, Multiversum Schwechat (92.94) Mensur Suljović Austria 8 – 7 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (99.39) [45]
11 6–8 September European Darts Matchplay Germany Mannheim, Maimarkthalle (101.30) Joe Cullen England 8 – 5 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (100.18) [46]
12 13–15 September International Darts Open Germany Riesa, SACHSENarena (93.04) Gerwyn Price Wales 8 – 6 England Rob Cross (90.92) [47]
13 27–29 September Gibraltar Darts Trophy Gibraltar Gibraltar, Victoria Stadium (102.85) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 8 – 2 England Dave Chisnall (99.96) [48]

PDC Challenge Tour[edit]

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 26 January England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (84.83) Shaun Carroll England 5 – 1 England Patrick Lynskey (82.09) [49]
2 (88.92) Stephen Burton England 5 – 4 Northern Ireland Nathan Rafferty (88.62) [50]
3 Sunday 27 January (98.71) Ritchie Edhouse England 5 – 3 England Scott Taylor (96.44) [51]
4 (88.68) Boris Koltsov Russia 5 – 4 England Dave Prins (83.84) [52]
5 Saturday 11 May (96.81) Darren Beveridge Scotland 5 – 4 England Callan Rydz (103.79) [53]
6 (90.33) Cameron Menzies Scotland 5 – 2 England Andrew Gilding (88.07) [54]
7 Sunday 12 May (100.94) Jesús Noguera Spain 5 – 1 England Mark Walsh (77.31) [55]
8 (84.16) Stephen Burton England 5 – 4 Netherlands Patrick van den Boogaard (86.49) [56]
9 Saturday 13 July England Peterborough, East of England Showground (103.44) Cody Harris New Zealand 5 – 1 England Martin Atkins (Wigan) (92.61) [57]
10 (86.25) Nick Fullwell England 5 – 1 Northern Ireland Nathan Rafferty (80.15) [58]
11 Sunday 14 July (95.44) Berry van Peer Netherlands 5 – 2 Scotland Cameron Menzies (80.72) [59]
12 (96.81) Andy Jenkins England 5 – 4 Russia Boris Koltsov (98.18) [60]
13 Saturday 10 August England Wolverhampton, Aldersley Leisure Village (86.97) Cameron Menzies Scotland 5 – 2 Netherlands Wessel Nijman (88.06) [61]
14 (88.25) Patrick Lynskey England 5 – 2 England David Evans (93.22) [62]
15 Sunday 11 August (101.24) Jesús Noguera Spain 5 – 2 Northern Ireland Kyle McKinstry (92.91) [63]
16 (102.18) Callan Rydz England 5 – 2 England David Evans (96.26) [64]
17 Saturday 28 September England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (98.45) Ciaran Teehan Republic of Ireland 5 – 2 Netherlands Berry van Peer (92.27) [65]
18 (91.24) Callan Rydz England 5 – 1 New Zealand Cody Harris (85.83) [66]
19 Sunday 29 September (82.39) Kyle McKinstry Northern Ireland 5 – 1 Republic of Ireland Jason Cullen (78.60) [67]
20 (84.75) Mark Barilli Scotland 5 – 3 Republic of Ireland Ciaran Teehan (85.10) [68]

PDC Development Tour[edit]

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 9 March England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (102.95) Ted Evetts England 5 – 0 Northern Ireland Nathan Rafferty (90.76) [69]
2 (95.03) Nathan Rafferty Northern Ireland 5 – 2 England Aiden Cope (85.22) [70]
3 Sunday 10 March (86.24) Ryan Meikle England 5 – 2 Scotland Greg Ritchie (84.62) [71]
4 (88.42) Ted Evetts England 5 – 1 Scotland Andrew Davidson (79.94) [72]
5 Saturday 20 April (109.38) Jeffrey de Zwaan Netherlands 5 – 3 Netherlands Geert Nentjes (93.68) [73]
6 (102.32) Corey Cadby Australia 5 – 3 England Luke Humphries (91.59) [74]
7 Sunday 21 April (93.16) Ryan Meikle England 5 – 2 Scotland Andrew Davidson (82.15) [75]
8 (106.61) Callan Rydz England 5 – 2 England Luke Humphries (93.89) [76]
9 Saturday 8 June England Milton Keynes, Marshall Arena (97.35) Geert Nentjes Netherlands 5 – 2 Republic of Ireland Shane McGuirk (91.76) [77]
10 (99.47) Ted Evetts England 5 – 3 Republic of Ireland Shane McGuirk (89.87) [78]
11 Sunday 9 June (91.85) Luke Humphries England 5 – 3 Scotland Greg Ritchie (87.70) [79]
12 (92.78) Ted Evetts England 5 – 0 England Bradley Brooks (69.28) [80]
13 Saturday 17 August Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 (86.70) Shane McGuirk Republic of Ireland 5 – 4 Republic of Ireland Keane Barry (89.33) [81]
14 (95.94) Ted Evetts England 5 – 1 Netherlands Owen Roelofs (86.35) [82]
15 Sunday 18 August (86.42) Geert Nentjes Netherlands 5 – 1 Scotland Nathan Girvan (69.24) [83]
16 (99.81) Ted Evetts England 5 – 3 Republic of Ireland Ciaran Teehan (84.51) [84]
17 Saturday 2 November England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (102.00) Luke Humphries England 5 – 3 England Ted Evetts (94.27) [85]
18 (97.29) Ted Evetts England 5 – 4 Scotland Greg Ritchie (92.98) [86]
19 Sunday 3 November (89.03) Ted Evetts England 5 – 2 Republic of Ireland Ciaran Teehan (82.43) [87]
20 (91.88) Luke Humphries England 5 – 3 Netherlands Geert Nentjes (92.73) [88]

Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic[edit]

The Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic hosted 10 events held over 5 weekends. The two leading players of the PDCNB Order of Merit take place in the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship. The leaders are Madars Razma and Darius Labanauskas, but as Labanauskas has qualified via the Pro Tour Order of Merit, the third place plays at the World Championship, which is Marko Kantele.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 2 February Sweden Gothenburg, Apple Hotel & Konferens (92.02) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 0 Finland Ulf Ceder (86.77) [89]
2 Sunday 3 February (90.23) Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 5 Finland Marko Kantele (87.02) [90]
3 Saturday 9 March Denmark Slangerup, Slangerup Dart Club (92.02) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 1 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas (81.60) [90]
4 Sunday 10 March (86.06) Dennis Nilsson Sweden 6 – 5 Latvia Madars Razma (85.41) [91]
5 Saturday 24 August Iceland Keflavík, Grænásbraut 606 (Ásbrú) (89.47) Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 5 Latvia Madars Razma (84.19) [92]
6 Sunday 25 August (92.13) Marko Kantele Finland 6 – 4 Sweden Dennis Nilsson (89.94) [93]
7 Saturday 12 October Finland Vääksy, Hotelli Tallukka (88.68) Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 5 Latvia Madars Razma (86.77) [94]
8 Sunday 13 October (87.45) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 3 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas (87.25) [95]
9 Saturday 2 November Latvia Riga, Bellevue Park Hotel (79.56) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 5 Finland Veijo Viinikka (83.73) [96]
10 Sunday 3 November (87.82) Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 2 Denmark Per Laursen (87.44) [97]

Professional Darts Corporation Asia[edit]

The Professional Darts Corporation Asian Tour hosted 12 events held over 6 weekends. Lourence Ilagan, Seigo Asada, Paul Lim and Noel Malicdem were the four players to qualify for the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship,[98] but since Asada then went onto qualify by winning the PDJ Championships, Yuki Yamada took the extra space.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 26 January South Korea Seoul, KBS Sports World (98.39) Royden Lam Hong Kong 5 – 4 Singapore Paul Lim (105.30) [99]
2 Sunday 27 January (90.03) Paul Lim Singapore 5 – 2 Hong Kong Kai Fan Leung (81.74) [100]
3 Saturday 16 February Japan Kobe, Kobe Sanbo-Hall (88.94) Haruki Muramatsu Japan 5 – 3 Japan Seigo Asada (98.87) [101]
4 Sunday 17 February (88.01) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 3 Hong Kong Royden Lam (80.50) [102]
5 Saturday 30 March Philippines Palo, Leyte Academic Center (92.12) Noel Malicdem Philippines 5 – 2 Taiwan Teng Lieh Pupo (90.03) [103]
6 Sunday 31 March (90.27) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 3 Japan Yuki Yamada (87.60) [103]
7 Saturday 22 June Taiwan Taipei, G Club (110.32) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 2 Philippines Noel Malicdem (92.73) [104]
8 Sunday 23 June (89.87) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 4 Philippines Noel Malicdem (86.60) [105]
9 Saturday 27 July  Hong Kong, Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre (90.00) Paul Lim Singapore 5 – 1 China Xiaochen Zong (85.79) [106]
10 Sunday 28 July (89.54) Yuki Yamada Japan 5 – 4 Singapore Paul Lim (87.22) [107]
11 Saturday 31 August  Singapore, AUPE Club (94.18) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 2 Philippines Noel Malicdem (92.29) [108]
12 Sunday 1 September (90.36) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 4 Philippines Lourence Ilagan (100.80) [109]

Dartplayers Australia (DPA) Pro Tour[edit]

The leading player of the 30 tournaments will play at the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship. This is Damon Heta.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Friday 1 February Australia Barrack Heights, Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club (93.61) James Bailey Australia 6 – 2 Australia Damon Heta (87.77) [110]
2 Saturday 2 February (83.90) Steve Fitzpatrick Australia 6 – 5 Australia James Bailey (83.22) [111]
3 (100.24) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 1 New Zealand Haupai Puha (92.85) [112]
4 Sunday 3 February (94.36) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 1 Australia Steve Fitzpatrick (78.32) [113]
5 Friday 1 March Australia Brisbane, Pine Rivers Darts Club (83.04) Ben Robb New Zealand 6 – 3 Australia Koha Kokiri (78.38) [114]
6 Saturday 2 March (80.43) David Littleboy Australia 6 – 5 New Zealand Haupai Puha (81.22) [115]
7 (87.91) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 1 Australia Raymond Smith (79.13) [116]
8 Sunday 3 March (90.26) James Bailey Australia 6 – 5 Australia David Platt (90.48) [117]
9 Friday 5 April Australia Devonport, East Devonport Recreation Centre (88.38) Gordon Mathers Australia 6 – 3 New Zealand Ben Robb (87.02) [118]
10 Saturday 6 April (93.38) James Bailey Australia 6 – 1 Australia Mick Lacey (84.89) [119]
11 (89.03) Gordon Mathers Australia 6 – 3 Australia Damon Heta (80.61) [120]
12 Sunday 7 April (82.15) Raymond O'Donnell Australia 6 – 4 Australia Shane Tichowitsch (86.78) [121]
13 Thursday 2 May Australia Dubbo, Macquarie INN (83.85) James Bailey Australia 6 – 2 Australia Ryan Lynch (75.02) [122]
14 Friday 3 May (91.29) Robbie King Australia 6 – 4 New Zealand Ben Robb (91.97) [123]
15 (90.40) Haupai Puha New Zealand 6 – 3 New Zealand Ben Robb (86.57) [124]
16 Saturday 4 May (80.20) Robbie King Australia 6 – 5 Australia Steve Fitzpatrick (79.35) [125]
17 (90.59) Koha Kokiri Australia 6 – 2 Australia Steve Fitzpatrick (84.82) [126]
18 Sunday 5 May (90.88) Haupai Puha New Zealand 6 – 4 Australia Koha Kokiri (90.50) [127]
19 Friday 31 May Australia Barooga, Cobram Sports Club (92.39) Ben Robb New Zealand 6 – 2 Australia James Bailey (85.92) [128]
20 Saturday 1 June (89.57) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 3 Australia Koha Kokiri (82.32) [129]
21 (90.21) Haupai Puha New Zealand 6 – 5 Australia Damon Heta (92.98) [130]
22 Sunday 2 June (95.37) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 3 Australia James Bailey (89.93) [131]
23 Friday 20 September Australia Melbourne, Seaford Hotel (80.79) Raymond O'Donnell Australia 6 – 1 Australia Robbie King (80.69) [132]
24 Saturday 21 September (88.69) Tim Pusey Australia 6 – 5 Australia Gordon Mathers (82.08) [133]
25 (89.14) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 4 Australia Gordon Mathers (90.75) [134]
26 Sunday 22 September (92.73) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 1 Australia Gordon Mathers (83.97) [135]
27 Friday 11 October Australia Canberra, Labour Club (85.05) Robbie King Australia 6 – 3 Australia Damon Heta (82.16) [136]
28 Saturday 12 October (86.24) Gordon Mathers Australia 6 – 4 Australia Mal Cuming (82.77) [137]
29 (92.53) Gordon Mathers Australia 6 – 4 Australia Mal Cuming (93.14) [138]
30 Sunday 13 October (89.20) Damon Heta Australia 6 – 3 Australia James Bailey (81.21) [139]

EuroAsian Darts Corporation (EADC) Pro Tour[edit]

The EuroAsian Darts Corporation hosted 6 events held over 2 weekends. The winner of the EADC Championship will play at the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship. Boris Koltsov took the title and the place at the World Championship.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 23 February Russia Moscow, Omega Plaza Business Center (89.16) Aleksei Kadochnikov Russia 6 – 4 Belarus Andrey Pontus (83.81) [140]
2 (77.40) Andrey Pontus Belarus 6 – 2 Russia Dmitriy Gorbunov (76.85) [141]
3 Sunday 24 February (84.06) Aleksei Kadochnikov Russia 6 – 3 Russia Maxim Aldoshin (79.82) [142]
4 Saturday 27 April (85.53) Boris Koltsov Russia 6 – 1 Russia Roman Obukhov (78.00) [143]
5 (83.58) Boris Koltsov Russia 6 – 4 Russia Roman Obukhov (76.05) [144]
6 Sunday 28 April (95.75) Boris Koltsov Russia 6 – 3 Russia Roman Obukhov (77.30) [145]

Championship Darts Corporation (CDC) Pro Tour[edit]

The Championship Darts Corporation hosted 10 events held over 5 weekends.[146] The top ranked players from Canada and the USA will play at the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship. The leading players are Matt Campbell and Darin Young.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 30 March United States Philadelphia, Columbia Social Club (86.05) Darin Young United States 6 – 3 Canada Dave Richardson (86.71) [147]
2 Sunday 31 March (88.70) Jim Long Canada 6 – 5 United States Darin Young (85.61) [148]
3 Saturday 4 May Canada Waterdown, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 551 (92.02) Darin Young United States 6 – 0 Canada Jeff Smith (80.93) [149]
4 Sunday 5 May (84.98) Dan Lauby Jr United States 6 – 5 United States Joe Huffman (85.52) [150]
5 Saturday 1 June United States Skokie, Holiday Inn North Shore (95.49) Matt Campbell Canada 6 – 2 United States Darin Young (87.59) [151]
6 Sunday 2 June (90.97) Joe Huffman United States 6 – 4 Canada Matt Campbell (92.24) [152]
7 Saturday 10 August United States Wheeling, Ramada Plaza Hotel North Shore (77.01) Jeremiah Millar United States 6 – 5 Canada Matt Campbell (80.23) [153]
8 Sunday 11 August (91.65) Matt Campbell Canada 6 – 2 Canada Kiley Edmunds (85.84) [154]
9 Saturday 14 September United States Philadelphia, Columbia Social Club (85.08) Darin Young United States 6 – 3 Canada Jim Long (80.34) [155]
10 Sunday 15 September (98.32) Danny Baggish United States 6 – 2 United States Joe Huffman (89.55) [156]

World Championship International Qualifiers[edit]

Date Event Venue Winner Score Runner-up Ref.
Thursday 4 July North American Championship United States Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay (88.56) Danny Baggish United States 6 – 5 Canada Jeff Smith (86.53) [157]
Monday 16 September[158] PDJ Japanese Qualifier Japan Osaka, Sakai City Industrial Promotion Center (80.98) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 2 Japan Kouta Suzuki (84.58)
Saturday 21 September East Europe Qualifier Hungary Vecsés, Bálint Ágnes Cultural Center (87.40) Benjamin Pratnemer Slovenia 6 – 1 Hungary János Végső (71.74) [159]
Sunday 22 September India Qualifier India Chennai, Madras Race Club (83.64) Nitin Kumar India 6 – 1 India Ravi Bhat (59.82) [160]
Saturday 12 October Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay Republic of Ireland Dublin, Citywest Hotel (84.14) Keane Barry Republic of Ireland 6 – 5 Republic of Ireland Liam Gallagher (82.70) [161]
Saturday 19 October South-West Europe Qualifier Spain Ávila, Lienzo Norte Congress and Exhibition Center (102.86) Jose Justicia Spain 6 – 2 Spain Toni Alcinas (96.67) [162]
Saturday 19 October West Europe Qualifier Netherlands Leeuwarden, WTC Expo Jan Dekker Netherlands 6 – 5 Netherlands Derk Telnekes [163]
Saturday 26 October Oceanic Masters Australia Barrack Heights, Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club (87.96) Robbie King Australia 3 – 1 Australia Steve Fitzpatrick (87.47) [164]
Saturday 26 October PDC China Qualifier China Ningbo, Yinzhou District Darts Association Training Base (82.31) Xiaochen Zong China 6 – 5 China Xicheng Han (82.82) [165]
Sunday 27 October EuroAsian Darts Corporation Qualifier Russia Moscow, Omega Plaza Business Center (84.86) Boris Koltsov Russia 3 – 0 Russia Aleksei Kadochnikov (81.12) [166]
Sunday 27 October African Qualifier South Africa Cape Town, Erica Park (100.20) Devon Petersen South Africa 6 – 0 South Africa Masande Mgedeza (83.12) [167]
Saturday 9 November DPNZ Qualifier New Zealand Wellington, Porirua Club (78.46) Ben Robb New Zealand 7 – 3 New Zealand Mark Cleaver (77.37) [168]
Saturday 9 November South-East Europe Qualifier Austria Eisenstadt, Kultur Kongress Zentrum (93.78) Zoran Lerchbacher Austria 6 – 5 Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez (90.54) [169]
Saturday 9 November[170] South-Central America Qualifier Brazil Nova Friburgo, Nova Friburgo Country Clube Diogo Portela Brazil 6 – 4 Guyana Sudesh Fitzgerald [171]
Saturday 16 November[172] Rest of the World Women's Qualifier Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 (78.48) Mikuru Suzuki Japan 6 – 3 Japan Kasumi Sato (74.81) [173]
Sunday 17 November German Super League (94.23) Nico Kurz Germany 10 – 6 Germany Martin Schindler (87.12) [174]
Sunday 24 November World Youth Championship England Minehead, Butlin's (92.07) Luke Humphries England 6 – 0 Czech Republic Adam Gawlas (78.42) [175]
Monday 25 November Tour Card Holders' Qualifier England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (99.59) Benito van de Pas Netherlands 7 – 4 Wales Robert Owen (92.88) [176]
(95.54) Kevin Burness Northern Ireland 7 – 3 England Bradley Brooks (95.15) [177]
(83.48) Matthew Edgar England 7 – 4 England Adam Hunt (83.04) [178]
UK & Ireland Women's Qualifier (75.13) Fallon Sherrock England 6 – 3 England Natalie Gilbert (73.42) [179]

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