|Table after ET1|
|Position||Name||Total Prize Money|
|3||Dirk van Duijvenbode||£6,500|
|9||Jeffrey de Zwaan||£3,000|
|9||Michael van Gerwen||£3,000|
|17||Dimitri Van den Bergh||£2,000|
|17||Mike De Decker||£2,000|
|28||Geert De Vos||£1,000|
|28||Jeffrey Van Egdom||£1,000|
|28||Kai Fan Leung||£1,000|
European Tour 2020:
A further amendment to the 2020 PDC European Tour has been made, with the events in Budapest, Jena, Gibraltar and Prague now not able to take place as planned, but with a new event scheduled in Hildesheim.
The PDC European Tour is set to return to action this autumn, but the four events scheduled to join the previously played Belgian Darts Championship to comprise an abridged five-event series in 2020 have now been cancelled.
Planned events in Budapest from September 4-6, Jena from September 11-13, Gibraltar from September 25-27 and Prague from October 16-18 will now longer go ahead. The qualifiers for these ET Events will be confirmed ASAP.
Current European Tour events 2020:
ET2 The German Darts Championship, Hildesheim September 25-27
For the event brief, inc hotels, travel and event info CLICK HERE
16 Seeds: Michael van Gerwen, Ian White, Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright, Dave Chisnall, Krzysztof Ratajski, Daryl Gurney, Mensur Suljovic, James Wade, Glen Durrant, Joe Cullen, Nathan Aspinall, Jonny Clayton, Rob Cross, Adrian Lewis, Jermaine Wattimena
24 TCH Qualifiers: Josh Payne, Adam Hunt, Jeffrey de Zwaan, Steve Lennon, Michael Smith, Darren Penhall, Jeff Smith, Mervyn King, Jason Lowe, Devon Petersen, Steffen Siepmann, William O’Connor, Alan Tabern, Ryan Murray, Scott Waites, Ron Meulenkamp, Chris Dobey, Steve Brown, Danny Noppert, Simon Stevenson, Reece Robinson, Steve West, Niels Zonneveld, Richard North
Top Ranked Home-Nation Players: Gabriel Clemens, Max Hopp
PDC Nordic & Baltic Qualifier: Daniel Larsson
PDC Eastern Europe Qualifier: Boris Koltsov
Home Nation Qualifiers: TBC (24th September)
Associate Member Qualifiers: TBC (24th September)
ET3-ET4 Two more events are in planning for later in the year, details TBC.
- 16 Seeds
- 24 Tour Card Holders
- 2 Top Ranked Players From The Host Nation
- 2 Host Nation Qualifiers
- 2 Associate Member Qualifiers
- 1 PDC Nordic & Baltic Qualifier
- 1 East Europe Qualifier
European Tour qualification structure:
16 Seeded Players:
The top 16 entered players from ProTour Order of Merit at the time of the entry deadline. Will enter each ‘European Tour’ event at second round stage, and need to win their second round match in order for prize money to count to the relevant Orders of Merit.
24 Tour Card Holder Qualifiers:
From one knockout qualifier featuring all PDC Tour Card Holders.
Up to two ranked players from the Host Nation:
Outside of the top 16 seeds from the ProTour Order of Merit at the time of entry deadline. Will enter each event at first round stage, and need to win their first round match in order for prize money to count to the relevant Orders of Merit. Should there be less than two ranked players from the Host Nation, additional places would be on offer at the Host Nation Qualifier.
Two Host Nation Qualifiers:
From events for Associate and Day Members from the Host Nation. Day Members can participate in up to two Qualifiers per year.
Two Associate Member Qualifiers:
From events open to any Associate Member who competed at the 2020 Qualifying Schools.
One PDC Nordic & Baltic Qualifier:
From the N&B ETQ
One East Europe Qualifier:
From the EEQ
The 2020 European Tour Qualifiers Explained:
Entry is FREE to all European Tours for any PDC/PDPA Member. All Tour Card Holders can only enter each European Tour event via their ‘SportRadar’ account prior to the entry deadline date/time specified.
Associate Members and Day Members, must enter via ‘PDC Europe’ on the specified deadline date, usually two days prior to the main event. The Top 16 players from the PTOoM Table who have entered will be the 16 seeds.
The top 2 (non seeds) from the ‘Host Nation’ on the PTOoM on deadline day will also qualify into the first round and are required to win their first match to have the relevant prize monies added to their merit table totals.
If any of these places are not taken up by the relevant Host Nation players by virtue of not being ranked, these places will go direct to the Host Nation Qualifier.
Day Members are only eligible to play in a maximum of 2 qualifiers in a calendar year, and can only play in the Host Nation Qualifier OR the Associate Members Qualifier, whichever is relevant. A Supplement on entries may be applied.
N&B & East Europe Qualifier, these players will play in their own regional qualifiers and have no restriction on the amount of qualifiers they can play. (No Tour Card Holders from region)
Timings If two qualifier’s
Up to 11.00am: All TCH register, if you are in both events you be will registered for both events of the day.
11.00 – Registration Closes and Draw Done
12.00 – First Tour Card Holder Qualifier Starts
Up to 13.00hrs: Registration closes for second event of the day, if you are only in the second event you must register by this time.
15.00 First TCHQ Concludes
15.30 APPROX The Second Tour Card Holder Qualifier Starts following the conclusion of the first event.
18.30 – Conclude (Approx)
Timings If only one qualifier
Up to 11.00am – All PDC Tour Card Holders register for the event.
11.00 – Registration Closes and Draw Done
12.00 – Tour Card Holder Qualifier Starts
15.00 – Conclude (Approx)
The top 32 players on the ETOoM Table following all 13 European Tour events will qualify for the European Championship.
Unibet European Championships, Dortmund, Germany ‘ITV4’
Thursday 29th – Sunday 1st November 2020
|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||James Wade||91.44||11-8||88.81||Simon Whitlock|
|2019||Rob Cross||93.12||11-6||84.51||Gerwyn Price|