|Final Table after ET13|
|Position||Name||Total Prize Money|
|1||Gerwen, Michael van||£207,000|
|37||Voort, Vincent van der||£11,000|
|57||Van den Bergh, Dimitri||£7,000|
|61||Graaf, Jeffrey de||£6,000|
|65||Zwaan, Jeffrey de||£5,000|
|74||Decker, Mike De||£4,000|
|83||Duijvenbode, Dirk van||£3,000|
|83||Pas, Benito van de||£3,000|
|104||Atkins, Martin (Wigan)||£2,000|
|Table after ET12|
|Position||Name||Total Prize Money|
|1||Gerwen, Michael van||£182,000|
|39||Voort, Vincent van der||£9,000|
|55||Van den Bergh, Dimitri||£7,000|
|63||Graaf, Jeffrey de||£5,000|
|71||Decker, Mike De||£4,000|
|78||Duijvenbode, Dirk van||£3,000|
|78||Zwaan, Jeffrey de||£3,000|
|78||Pas, Benito van de||£3,000|
|98||Atkins, Martin (Wigan)||£2,000|
European Tour 2018
There are 13 European Tour events in 2018, following these events the European Tour Order of Merit Table ‘ETOoM’ will feature with just the prize money won from these 13 events.
The top 32 from this table will qualify for the 2018 Unibet European Championship in Hasselt, Belgium 27th-29th October. These 13 events also go on the OoM & the PTOoM.
Rules and where you can enter/qualify:
Entry to European Tour non-UK qualifiers is open to any player from the relevant nations on payment of the relevant entry fee. However, once a player has participated in two European or Host Nation qualifying events in any one calendar year, that player must become a PDPA ProTour member in order to participate in further qualifying events that year. Nordic & Baltic or East European qualifier entrants are not subject to this rule for 2017.
Entry to European Tour UK qualifiers is open to any Tour Card Holder and any player who finished in the top 32 of UK and non-European players (including ties) on the QSOoM Table.
European Tour events will be played with a 48-player main draw consisting of the top 16 ranked entered players from the ProTour Order of Merit and 32 qualifiers. The top 16 ranked entered players from the ProTour Order of Merit will be exempted and seeded in to the last 32 where they will play the 16 winners from the matches involving the 32 qualifiers.
Seeded players who lose their last 32 match in the event will not be credited with prize money on to the Order of Merit, ProTour Order of Merit or European Tour Order of Merit, however they shall still receive full prize money payment.
A player in the top 16 of the ProTour Order of Merit may opt to enter the relevant qualifier for the event in order to ensure any prize money won, even if that player loses his first game, counts on the relevant Orders of Merit. In order to be placed in the qualifier, a player must inform the PDC of his request in writing at the time of entry.
A player who qualifies for a European Tour event as a qualifier but later becomes a seed due to the withdrawal of one or more other players shall be credited with their prize money on the relevant Orders of Merit regardless of how far they progress in the event.
The last 48 round shall be drawn at random with no seedings.
The 32 qualifiers shall come from the following qualifying tournaments:
UK Qualifier (18): shall produce 18 players from those entered and eligible under rule 4.4. Players with the following nationalities are eligible to enter: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.
West & South Europe Qualifier (8): shall produce 8 players from those entered and eligible under rule 4.4. Players with the following nationalities are eligible to enter: Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar, Andorra, Italy, San Marino, Monaco, Malta, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey.
Host Nation Qualifier (4): shall produce 4 players from those entered and eligible under rule 4.4. Players with the same nationality as the location of the relevant event are eligible to enter and in this instance any player with that nationality may not enter the Western Europe qualifier.
Nordic & Baltic Qualifier (1): shall produce 1 player from those entered and eligible under rule 4.4. Players with the following nationalities are eligible to enter: Faroe Islands, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania.
East Europe Qualifier (1): shall produce 1 player from those entered and eligible under rule 4.4. Players with the following nationalities are eligible to enter: Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania and any state not listed here which falls within the EADC region.
Any player who is unable to enter the West & South Europe or Host Nation qualifier due to a scheduling clash with an event in which they have been invited by the PDC, shall be deemed eligible to enter the UK qualifier for the event.
PDPA members who are not of a nationality covered by the above qualification criteria (i.e. non-European) may participate in the UK qualifier. Non-PDPA members who are not of a nationality covered by the above qualification criteria (i.e. non-European) may participate in the West Europe qualifier on payment of the relevant fee and under the same criteria as West Europe players regarding PDPA Non-UK ProTour Membership.
The draws for these events take place the day before the main event, usually prior to any European or Host Nation Qualifiers in the venue.
Unibet European Championships – Dortmund, Germany ‘ITV4’
Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th October
|2008||Phil Taylor||104.35||11-5||96.56||Adrian Lewis|
|2009||Phil Taylor||109.35||11-3||97.16||Steve Beaton|
|2010||Phil Taylor||105.74||11-1||94.64||Wayne Jones|
|2011||Phil Taylor||109.29||11-8||98.72||Adrian Lewis|
|2012||Simon Whitlock||94.91||11-5||89.47||Wes Newton|
|2013||Adrian Lewis||103.34||11-6||99.59||Simon Whitlock|
|2014||Michael van Gerwen||98.16||11-4||92.90||Terry Jenkins|
|2015||Michael van Gerwen||107.28||11-10||102.42||Gary Anderson|
|2016||Michael van Gerwen||111.62||11-1||85.91||Mensur Suljovic|
|2017||Michael van Gerwen||108.91||11-7||102.39||Rob Cross|
2018 European Events – European Tour events highlighted:
Overview European Darts Tour 2018
|Premier League||Berlin||February 22, 2018|
|European Tour 1||Leverkusen||March 23-25, 2018|
|European Tour 2||München||March 31–April 02, 2018|
|European Tour 3||Saarbrücken||April 13-15, 2018|
|European Tour 4||Graz/Premstätten (AUT)||April 20-22, 2018|
|European Tour 5||Sindelfingen||May 04-06, 2018|
|European Tour 6||Zwolle (NED)||May 11-13, 2018|
|World Cup of Darts||Frankfurt am Main||May 31 – June 03, 2018|
|European Tour 7||Gibraltar (GIB)||June 08-10, 2018|
|European Tour 8||Kopenhagen (DEN)||June 22-24, 2018|
|European Tour 9||Hamburg||June 29–July 01, 2018|
|European Tour 10||Hildesheim||August 31–September 02, 2018|
|European Tour 11||Maastricht (NED)||September 07-09, 2018|
|European Tour 12||Riesa||September 14-16, 2018|
|European Tour 13||Göttingen||October 12-14, 2018|
|European Darts Championship||Dortmund||October 25-28, 2018|
|European Q-School||Hildesheim||January 18-21, 2018|
|Development Tour||Hildesheim||May 25-26, 2018|