THE World Series of Darts is the global platform for generating the stars of the future as the sport’s top names travel worldwide to take on emerging talent. Introduced to the calendar in 2013 with events in Dubai and Australia, the World Series has since visited New Zealand, Singapore, China, Japan and America.
Eight leading PDC stars travel to compete in each World Series of Darts events against as select band of representatives from the host region. The worldwide tournaments staged throughout the year are followed by the endof-season World Series of Darts Finals, as the stars of the circuit do battle across three days in Amsterdam in November 2019.
World Series of Darts
UK, Holland, Australia, plus host nation
Dubai, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Japan and USA
Join the stars of the PDC and the sport’s biggest names at the Dorchester Hotel in London to look back on the past 12 months and reward the achievers, champions and new talents at the PDC Awards Dinner.
Taking place in Las Vegas, the US Masters was introduced to great success in 2017, with the domestic North American Championship opening proceedings before the two-day World Series of Darts event.
The event sees eight qualifiers come up eight of the biggest names in darts, with Michael van Gerwen having claimed the inaugural title.
The newest addition to the PDC’s calendar of TV events pitches the top eight in the world against each other. The stars split into two groups with before the top two players from each groups progress to the semi-finals and final. With £100,000 on the line for the winner over two intense days of darts, this event really does separate the men from the boys.
A favourite destination on the PDC’s World Series of Darts, the Sydney Darts Masters pits eight Oceanic Qualifiers against eight leading stars of the sport as they compete across three days, with the 2015 tournament featuring a historic nine-dart finish from Phil Taylor.
Taylor is also unbeaten in the history of the event, claiming victory in all four events from 2013-2016.