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2018 PDC Pro Tour

The 2018 PDC Pro Tour is the current series of non-televised darts tournaments organised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). Players Championships, UK Open Qualifiers and European Tour events are the events that make up the Pro Tour. In this year there are 41 PDC Pro Tour events being held – 22 Players Championships, six UK Open Qualifiers and 13 European Tour events.

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.

Prize Money

The prize money for the UK Open Qualifiers and Players Championship and European Tour events stay the same as 2017.

This is how the prize money is divided:

Stage UKQ PC ET
Winner £10,000 £10,000 £25,000
Runner-up £5,000 £6,000 £10,000
Semi-finalists £2,500 £3,000 £6,000
Quarter-finalists £2,000 £2,250 £4,000
Last 16 £1,500 £1,500 £3,000
Last 32 £750 £1,000 £2,000
Last 48 N/A N/A £1,000
Last 64 £250 £500 N/A
Total £60,000 £75,000 £135,000

PDC Tour Card

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

Tour Cards

The 2018 Tour Cards are awarded to:[1]

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 2018, that means that a total of 21 players will qualify this way.

Q-School

In a change to previous years, The PDC Pro Tour Qualifying School (or Q-School) was split into a UK and European Q-School.[2] Players that are not from Europe can choose which Q-School they want to compete in.

  • The UK Q-School took place at the Robin Park Arena in Wigan from 18–21 January.
  • The European Q-School took place at the Halle 39 in Hildesheim from 18–21 January.

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

January 18 January 19 January 20 January 21
UK Q-School

England Eddie Dootson
Australia Corey Cadby

England Alan Tabern
Wales Robert Owen

England Arron Monk
England George Killington

England Bradley Brooks
Canada Dawson Murschell

435 contestants 436 contestants 430 contestants 407 contestants
European Q-School

Netherlands Jeffrey de Zwaan

Netherlands Mario Robbe

Poland Tytus Kanik

Germany Gabriel Clemens

172 contestants 174 contestants 175 contestants 156 contestants
Total
607 contestants 610 contestants 605 contestants 563 contestants

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 were 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:

UK Open Qualifiers

No. Date Venue Winner Score Runner-up Ref.
1 Friday 2 February England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (105.50) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 3 England Michael Smith (107.69) [3]
2 Saturday 3 February (98.33) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 3 England Darren Webster (101.29) [4]
3 Sunday 4 February (96.97) Michael Smith England 6 – 0 Austria Zoran Lerchbacher (84.38) [5]
4 Friday 9 February (100.05) Gary Anderson Scotland 6 – 2 Netherlands Jeffrey de Zwaan (94.42) [6]
5 Saturday 10 February (108.77) Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 4 England Rob Cross (102.67) [7]
6 Sunday 11 February (101.93) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 6 – 4 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney (95.94) [8]

Players Championships

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 17 February England Barnsley, Metrodome (103.82) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 4 England James Wade (94.25) [9]
2 Sunday 18 February (101.68) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 1 Australia Corey Cadby (94.45) [10]
3 Saturday 10 March (101.33) Gary Anderson Scotland 6 – 0 Scotland Peter Wright (99.64) [11]
4 Sunday 11 March (91.42) Gary Anderson Scotland 6 – 2 Netherlands Jeffrey de Zwaan (80.70) [12]
5 Saturday 17 March England Milton Keynes, Arena MK (99.58) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 2 England Chris Dobey (109.62) [13]
6 Sunday 18 March (97.57) Ian White England 6 – 5 England Dave Chisnall (97.38) [14]
7 Saturday 7 April England Barnsley, Metrodome (98.03) Michael Smith England 6 – 2 England Adrian Lewis (101.07) [15]
8 Sunday 8 April (97.93) Mickey Mansell Northern Ireland 6 – 4 England Adrian Lewis (90.37) [16]
9 Saturday 28 April England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (100.86) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 6 – 4 England Scott Taylor (92.70) [17]
10 Sunday 29 April (92.91) Jeffrey de Zwaan Netherlands 6 – 5 Wales Jonny Clayton (96.11) [18]
11 Saturday 19 May England Milton Keynes, Arena MK (100.65) Gary Anderson Scotland 6 – 5 Germany Gabriel Clemens (98.47) [19]
12 Sunday 20 May (99.62) Josh Payne England 6 – 5 Scotland Peter Wright (101.62) [20]
13 Saturday 16 June England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (100.32) Rob Cross England 6 – 4 England Ian White (90.85) [21]
14 Sunday 17 June (96.57) Peter Wright Scotland 6 – 4 England Rob Cross (95.63) [22]
15 Tuesday 26 June England Barnsley, Metrodome (105.24) Mervyn King England 6 – 2 England James Wade (88.67) [23]
16 Wednesday 27 June (91.54) Ian White England 6 – 3 England Darren Webster (88.49) [24]
17 Tuesday 4 September (97.17) Peter Wright Scotland 6 – 2 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney (92.34) [25]
18 Wednesday 5 September (94.68) Nathan Aspinall England 6 – 4 England Ryan Searle (94.41) [26]
19 Friday 28 September Republic of Ireland Dublin, Citywest Hotel (95.21) Max Hopp Germany 6 – 3 Latvia Madars Razma (87.73) [27]
20 Saturday 29 September (98.68) Danny Noppert Netherlands 6 – 4 England Ian White (98.56) [28]
21 Saturday 20 October England Barnsley, Metrodome (99.78) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 6 – 2 England Chris Dobey (94.65) [29]
22 Sunday 21 October (96.51) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 6 – 4 England Adrian Lewis (91.70) [30]

European Tour

No. Date Event Location Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 23–25 March European Darts Open Germany Leverkusen, Ostermann Arena (102.04) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 7 Scotland Peter Wright (98.55) [31]
2 31 March–2 April German Darts Grand Prix Germany Munich, Zenith (99.24) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 5 Scotland Peter Wright (94.97) [32]
3 13–15 April German Darts Open Germany Saarbrücken, Saarlandhalle (94.62) Max Hopp Germany 8 – 7 England Michael Smith (95.17) [33]
4 20–22 April Austrian Darts Open Austria Premstätten, Steiermarkhalle (96.80) Jonny Clayton Wales 8 – 5 Wales Gerwyn Price (94.84) [34]
5 4–6 May European Darts Grand Prix Germany Sindelfingen, Glaspalast (110.87) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 3 England James Wade (98.38) [35]
6 11–13 May Dutch Darts Masters Netherlands Zwolle, IJsselhallen (97.53) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 5 Republic of Ireland Steve Lennon (91.40) [36]
7 8–10 June Gibraltar Darts Trophy Gibraltar Gibraltar, Victoria Stadium (108.13) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 3 England Adrian Lewis (96.69) [37]
8 22–24 June Danish Darts Open Denmark Copenhagen, Brøndbyhallen (99.31) Mensur Suljović Austria 8 – 3 Australia Simon Whitlock (94.78) [38]
9 29 June–1 July European Darts Matchplay Germany Hamburg, edel-optics.de Arena (105.17) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 2 Republic of Ireland William O'Connor (93.92) [39]
10 31 August–2 September German Darts Championship Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 (101.24) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 6 England James Wilson (93.30) [40]
11 7–9 September Dutch Darts Championship Netherlands Maastricht, MECC Eventcenter (89.18) Ian White England 8 – 5 England Ricky Evans (89.23) [41]
12 14–16 September International Darts Open Germany Riesa, SACHSENarena (98.26) Gerwyn Price Wales 8 – 3 Australia Simon Whitlock (88.50) [42]
13 12–14 October European Darts Trophy Germany Göttingen, Lokhalle (111.27) Michael van Gerwen Netherlands 8 – 3 England James Wade (79.09) [43]

PDC Challenge Tour

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 27 January England Wigan, Robin Park Arena Simon Preston England 5 – 2 England Jarred Cole [44]
2 Diogo Portela Brazil 5 – 3 England Michael Barnard [44]
3 Sunday 28 January Martin Atkins England 5 – 4 England Michael Barnard [45]
4 Jason Cullen Republic of Ireland 5 – 4 Scotland Cameron Menzies [45]
5 Saturday 24 March England Milton Keynes, Arena MK (83.50) John Davey Wales 5 – 0 England Adrian Gray (70.03) [46]
6 (104.56) Michael Barnard England 5 – 2 England Jason Lowe (99.99) [47]
7 Sunday 25 March (78.64) Dennis Nilsson Sweden 5 – 2 England Harry Ward (83.88) [48]
8 (89.57) Ted Evetts England 5 – 1 Poland Krzysztof Ratajski (86.85) [49]
9 Saturday 5 May England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (83.88) Cody Harris New Zealand 5 – 2 Netherlands Yordi Meeuwisse (77.08) [50]
10 (93.31) Michael Barnard England 5 – 1 England Martin Atkins (80.19) [51]
11 Sunday 6 May (99.98) Michael Barnard England 5 – 3 England Andy Jenkins (92.14) [52]
12 (89.00) Adam Huckvale England 5 – 3 Scotland Darren Beveridge (77.77) [53]
13 Saturday 8 September England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (94.23) Jamie Hughes England 5 – 2 New Zealand Cody Harris (80.72) [54]
14 (90.39) Krzysztof Ratajski Poland 5 – 2 England Mick Todd (83.20) [55]
15 Sunday 9 September (93.94) Cameron Menzies Scotland 5 – 0 England Mark Frost (90.67) [56]
16 (86.51) Lee Budgen England 5 – 3 England Michael Barnard (94.56) [57]
17 Saturday 10 November England Peterborough, East of England Showground (88.46) David Evans England 5 – 2 Scotland Ryan Murray (86.12) [58]
18 (96.64) Jonathan Worsley Wales 5 – 2 New Zealand Cody Harris (90.09) [59]
19 Sunday 11 November (97.38)Michael Rasztovits Austria 5 − 3 England Andy Boulton (93.53) [60]
20 (88.72) Ted Evetts England 5 − 4 England David Evans (98.98) [61]

PDC Development Tour

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 14 April England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (82.98) Nathan Rafferty Northern Ireland 5 – 3 Canada Dawson Murschell (82.86) [62]
2 (89.54) Wessel Nijman Netherlands 5 – 4 England Bradley Brooks (85.59) [62]
3 Sunday 15 April (86.96) Rob Hewson England 5 – 3 Netherlands Melvin de Fijter (73.99) [63]
4 (80.16) Niels Zonneveld Netherlands 5 – 2 England Joe Davis (74.91) [63]
5 Saturday 26 May Germany Hildesheim, Halle 39 Rowby-John Rodriguez Austria 5 – 0 England George Killington [64]
6 Kenny Neyens Belgium 5 – 2 England Jarred Cole [64]
7 Sunday 27 May Luke Humphries England 5 – 2 Netherlands Niels Zonneveld [65]
8 Ted Evetts England 5 – 2 Netherlands Geert Nentjes [65]
9 Saturday 9 June England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (98.88) Martin Schindler Germany 5 – 0 Belgium Dimitri Van den Bergh (93.24) [66]
10 (94.29) Martin Schindler Germany 5 – 1 England George Gardner (85.97) [66]
11 Sunday 10 June (89.04) Ryan Meikle England 5 – 3 Austria Rowby-John Rodriguez (82.26) [67]
12 (87.00) Ted Evetts England 5 – 2 Belgium Dimitri Van den Bergh (91.42) [67]
13 Saturday 22 September England Peterborough, East of England Showground (81.85) Luke Humphries England 5 – 4 Netherlands Justin van Tergouw (89.59)
14 (87.20) George Killington England 5 – 3 Germany Christian Bunse (85.68)
15 Sunday 23 September (84.52) Dimitri Van den Bergh Belgium 5 – 3 England Lee Budgen (84.23)
16 (96.68) Jarred Cole England 5 – 1 Germany Christian Bunse (91.03)
17 Saturday 3 November England Wigan, Robin Park Arena (94.92) Luke Humphries England 5 – 1 England Bradley Brooks (82.55) [68]
18 (89.01) Berry van Peer Netherlands 5 – 4 Netherlands Geert Nentjes (89.76) [69]
19 Sunday 4 November (84.29) Dimitri Van den Bergh Belgium 5 – 3 Netherlands Geert Nentjes (84.27) [70]
20 (93.41) Ted Evetts England 5 – 4 Germany Christian Bunse (83.12) [71]

Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic

The Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic replaced the events in Norway and Latvia with new events in Lithuania and Iceland in 2018. As with 2017, there were 10 events held over 5 weekends. Two players from the Tour earned a 2019 PDC World Darts Championship spot, Darius Labanauskas and Daniel Larsson.

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 27 January Denmark Copenhagen, Hotel Park Inn by Radisson Kim Viljanen Finland 6 – 2 Finland Ulf Ceder [72]
2 Sunday 28 January Daniel Larsson Sweden 6 – 4 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas [73]
3 Saturday 24 February Lithuania Vilnius, Panorama Hotel Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 5 Norway Cor Dekker [74]
4 Sunday 25 February Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 6 – 5 Sweden Daniel Larsson [75]
5 Saturday 26 May Finland Vääksy, Hotelli Tallukka (95.06) Marko Kantele Finland 6 – 2 Finland Ulf Ceder (86.01) [76]
6 Sunday 27 May (87.84) Cor Dekker Norway 6 – 3 Sweden Magnus Caris (82.63) [77]
7 Saturday 11 August Sweden Gothenburg, Apple Hotel & Konferens Daniel Larsson Sweden 6 – 3 Finland Kim Viljanen [78]
8 Sunday 12 August Marko Kantele Finland 6 – 5 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas [79]
9 Saturday 6 October Iceland Reykjavik, City Park Hotel (93.42) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 2 Sweden Magnus Caris (89.40) [80]
10 Sunday 7 October (89.44) Madars Razma Latvia 6 – 4 Finland Marko Kantele (88.01) [81]

Professional Darts Corporation Asia

The PDC introduced the PDC Asian Tour in 2018, with 12 events held over 6 weekends. Five players from the Tour earned a 2019 PDC World Darts Championship spot after Seigo Asada won the Japanese Qualifier. The other players to qualify were Lourence Ilagan, Royden Lam, Noel Malicdem and Paul Lim.[82]

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 10 March South Korea Seoul, KBS Sports World (91.82) Royden Lam Hong Kong 5 – 3 Philippines Noel Malicdem (83.38)
2 Sunday 11 March (83.34) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 4 South Korea Hyun-chul Park (76.44)
3 Saturday 28 April Macau Macau, Regency Art Hotel (90.57) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 2 Philippines Alexis Toylo (77.02) [83]
4 Sunday 29 April (91.78) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 1 Hong Kong Royden Lam (86.84) [84]
5 Saturday 23 June Japan Kobe, Kobe Port Terminal (91.39) Royden Lam Hong Kong 5 – 3 Japan Seigo Asada (85.62) [85]
6 Sunday 24 June (89.46) Noel Malicdem Philippines 5 – 0 Japan Daisuke Akamatsu (82.04) [86]
7 Saturday 18 August Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Grand Centro Ballroom (86.47) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 4 Hong Kong Royden Lam (79.64) [87]
8 Sunday 19 August (87.90) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 1 Singapore Harith Lim (73.13) [88]
9 Saturday 8 September Taiwan Taipei, G Club (89.60) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 4 Singapore Paul Lim (87.85) [89]
10 Sunday 9 September (92.39) Paul Lim Singapore 5 – 3 Philippines Lourence Ilagan (99.00) [90]
11 Saturday 13 October Philippines Manila, Crown Plaza Manila Galleria Ballroom (93.21) Lourence Ilagan Philippines 5 – 4 Philippines Val Capuyan (87.57) [91]
12 Sunday 14 October (99.70) Noel Malicdem Philippines 5 – 2 Singapore Paul Lim (93.68) [92]

Dartplayers Australia (DPA) Pro Tour

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Friday 16 February Australia St Clair, Blue Cattle Dog Hotel Raymond Smith Australia 6 – 4 Australia Tim Pusey [93]
2 Saturday 17 February James Bailey Australia 6 – 5 Australia Steve MacArthur [94]
3 Sunday 18 February James Bailey Australia 6 – 5 Australia Steve MacArthur [95]
4 Friday 23 March Australia Seaford, Seaford Hotel Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 1 Australia Gordon Mathers [96]
5 Saturday 24 March Raymond Smith Australia 6 – 4 Australia Steve MacArthur [97]
6 Sunday 25 March Mal Cumming Australia 6 – 5 Australia James Bailey [98]
7 Friday 13 April Australia Barrack Heights, Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 4 Australia Lucas Cameron [99]
8 Saturday 14 April Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 3 Australia Laurence Ryder [100]
9 Sunday 15 April Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 0 Australia Laurence Ryder [101]
10 Friday 18 May Australia Mitchelton, Brook Hotel Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 2 Australia Tim Pusey [102]
11 Saturday 19 May Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 3 Australia Raymond Smith [103]
12 Sunday 20 May Corey Cadby Australia 6 – 5 Australia Raymond Smith [104]
13 Friday 15 June Australia North Hobart, Australian Italian Club Raymond Smith Australia 6 – 4 Australia Steve MacArthur [105]
14 Saturday 16 June Raymond Smith Australia 6 – 5 Australia Lucas Cameron [106]
15 Sunday 17 June Gordon Mathers Australia 6 – 4 Australia James Bailey [107]
16 Friday 7 September Australia Mitchelton, Brook Hotel Raymond Smith Australia 6 – 2 Australia Gordon Mathers [108]
17 Saturday 8 September Mark Smyth Australia 6 – 4 Australia James Bailey [109]
18 Sunday 9 September Tim Pusey Australia 6 – 4 Australia Robbie King [110]

Euroasian Darts Corporation (EADC) Pro Tour

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 24 February Russia Moscow, Omega Plaza Business Center Aleksandr Oreshkin Russia 6 – 4 Russia Maxim Aldoshin [111]
2 Sunday 25 February Maxim Aldoshin Russia 6 – 4 Russia Vladimir Akshulakov [112]
3 Sunday 29 April Aleksei Kadochnikov Russia 6 – 1 Russia Maxim Aldoshin
4 Sunday 29 April Aleksei Kadochnikov Russia 6 – 4 Russia Maxim Aldoshin
5 Monday 30 April Roman Obukhov Russia 6 – 5 Russia Aleksei Kadochnikov
6 Monday 30 April Aleksei Kadochnikov Russia 6 – 0 Russia Dmitriy Gorbunov

Championship Darts Circuit Pro Tour

The top American and Canadian players over the 2018 CDC Tour qualified for the 2019 PDC World Darts Championship.[113] Chuck Puleo and Jim Long took the two places.[114]

No. Date Venue Winner Legs Runner-Up Ref.
1 Saturday 28 April United States Chicago, North Shore Holiday Inn (88.72) Gary Mawson Canada 6 – 5 United States Darin Young (83.59) [115]
2 Sunday 29 April (83.80) Chuck Puleo United States 6 – 4 Canada Jim Long (81.39) [116]
3 Saturday 19 May United States Miamisburg, Moose Lodge #1645 (86.37) Leonard Gates United States 6 – 5 United States DJ Sayre (83.12) [117]
4 Sunday 20 May (85.11) Darin Young United States 6 – 5 United States Chuck Puleo (82.69) [118]
5 Saturday 23 June Canada Burlington, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 60 (94.68) Leonard Gates United States 6 – 1 United States Darin Young (80.43) [119]
6 Sunday 24 June (81.53) Darin Young United States 6 – 5 Canada Matt Campbell (88.62) [120]
7 Saturday 4 August United States New York City, Knights of Baron DeKalb (81.70) Nick Linberg United States 6 – 3 Australia Rob Modra (77.94) [121]
8 Sunday 5 August (87.91) Chuck Puleo United States 6 – 1 United States Darin Young (71.59) [122]
9 Saturday 25 August United States Philadelphia, Columbia Social Club (84.22) John Part Canada 6 – 2 United States Danny Lauby (83.98) [123]
10 Sunday 26 August (88.10) Chuck Puleo United States 6 – 4 United States Jim Widmayer (82.99) [124]

World Championship International Qualifiers

[125]

Date Event Venue Winner Score Runner-up Ref.
Thursday 5 July[126] North American Championship United States Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay (85.10) Jeff Smith Canada 6 – 4 Canada John Norman Jnr (81.18) [127]
Friday 13 July[128] DartPlayers New Zealand Qualifier New Zealand Invercargill, Working Mens Club (89.04) Tahuna Irwin New Zealand 7 – 2 New Zealand Craig Ross (85.20) [129]
Saturday 15 September[130] South/Central American Qualifier Brazil Palmas, Hotel Girassol Plaza Diogo Portela Brazil 6 – 4 Guyana Sudesh Fitzgerald [131]
Saturday 22 September[132] Eastern Europe Qualifier Hungary Vecsés, Bálint Ágnes Cultural Center (79.17) Karel Sedláček Czech Republic 6 – 4 Hungary Pál Székely (80.43) [133]
Saturday 6 October[134] South/East Europe Qualifier Switzerland Oberglatt, Chliriethalle Oberglatt Rowby-John Rodriguez Austria 6 – 4 Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez [135]
Saturday 6 October[136] Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay Republic of Ireland Dublin, Citywest Hotel (79.66) Kevin Burness Northern Ireland 6 – 3 Republic of Ireland Mick McGowan (80.79) [137]
Sunday 7 October[138] PDJ Japan Championship Japan Tokyo, Ota City Industrial Plaza PiO (79.98) Seigo Asada Japan 5 – 1 Japan Shingo Enomata (73.04) [139]
Sunday 7 October[140] Western Europe Qualifier Netherlands Zwolle, IJsselhallen Yordi Meeuwisse Netherlands 6 – 3 Netherlands Fabian Roosenbrand [141]
Saturday 20 October[142] South/West Europe Qualifier Spain Ávila, Lienzo Norte Congress and Exhibition Center (86.93) José de Sousa Portugal 6 – 4 Spain Jesus Noguera Perea (88.72) [143]
Sunday 28 October[144] Euroasian Darts Corporation Qualifier Russia Moscow, Omega Plaza Business Center (93.94) Boris Koltsov Russia 3 – 0 Russia Aleksei Kadochnikov (75.02) [145]
Sunday 28 October[146] Indian Qualifier India Pune, The Orbis School Auditorium (78.28) Nitin Kumar India 5 – 0 India Ankit Goenka (61.42) [145]
Tuesday 30 October[147] Oceanic Masters Australia Barrack Heights, Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club (84.68) James Bailey Australia 3 – 2 Australia Tim Pusey (86.41)
Sunday 11 November[148] PDC Chinese Qualifier China Shanghai, Caohejing Hi-Tech Park Yuanjun Liu China 5 – 2 China Xiaochen Zong
Saturday 17 November[149] Rest of the World Women's Qualifier Germany Düsseldorf, Maritim Hotel Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia 6 – 0 Germany Silvia Dolores Keller [150]
Sunday 18 November[151] German Super League Robert Marijanović Germany 10 – 6 Germany Dragutin Horvat
Sunday 18 November[152] African Qualifier South Africa Johannesburg, Dinwiddie Sports Club Devon Petersen South Africa 7 – 2 South Africa Nolan Arendse
Sunday 25 November[153] World Youth Championship England Minehead, Butlin's Germany Martin Schindler vs. Dimitri Van den Bergh Belgium
Sunday 25 November[149] UK & Ireland Women's Qualifier England Milton Keynes, Arena MK
Monday 26 November[153] PDPA Qualifier

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