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The inaugural PDC World Series of Darts event in Copenhagen has been moved back four months, with the Nordic Darts Masters now to be staged on October 23-24.
The sport’s top stars, led by World Champion Peter Wright and world number one Michael van Gerwen, were set to take on leading players from across the Nordic & Baltic region on June 12-13 at Forum Copenhagen. The PDC World Series of Darts treble-header planned for Wollongong, Townsville and Hamilton in August 2020 is to be postponed for 12 months.
The World Series of Darts – featuring the likes of world number one Michael van Gerwen, World Champion Peter Wright and history-maker Fallon Sherrock – had been poised to visit Wollongong and Townsville for the first time this year as part of the annual Australian double-header on the global circuit
The 2020 US Darts Masters, which was scheduled for June 5-6 in the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, has been postponed and moved back to June 4-5 2021.
The sport’s top stars, led by current World Champion Peter Wright, world number one Michael van Gerwen and history-maker Fallon Sherrock, were set to take on leading players from North America in June as the PDC’s World Series of Darts visited New York for the first time.
World Series Dates:
Nordic Masters – 23rd/24th October 2020 Copenhagen, Denmark
US Masters – 4th/5th June 2021 New York, USA
New South Wales Masters – 6th/7th August 2021 Wollongong, Australia
Queensland Masters – 13th/14th August 2021 Townsville, Australia
New Zealand Masters – 20th/21st August 2021 Hamilton, New Zealand