The PDC Premier League Darts is an annual professional darts tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).
The tournament consists of ten of the world’s best darts players competing against each other in a round-robin format over 16 weeks, with matches at various venues across the UK and Europe.
The top four players on the league table at the end of the regular season advance to the playoffs, which are held in May.
The winner of the tournament is named Premier League champion.
The tournament was first held in 2005 and has since become one of the most prestigious events on the darts calendar. Some of the greatest players in the history of the sport, including Phil Taylor, Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson have won the tournament multiple times.
Premier League Darts is known for its exciting and electric atmosphere, with thousands of fans filling the arenas to watch their favourite players compete. The tournament is broadcast live on TV and online, with millions of viewers from around the world tuning in.
As well as the £10,000 weekly winner’s bonus, points will also be awarded from each night, with five going to the winner, three to the runners-up and two to the semi-finalists, to form the league table with the top four players progressing to the play-offs.
After 11 of 15 rounds before the semi-finals and final to be played on 18 and 25 May, the table looks like this:
The last round played in Brighton was won by ‘The Iceman’, Gerwyn Price.
He beat world champion, “The Bully Boy”, Michael Smith, 6-5.
The winner of the tournament will take home £275,000 in prize money alone.
Document will provide a summary of the remaining rounds, right up to the final.
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