How are darts players ranked in the world?
Darts World Rankings are a system designed to determine a list of the best darts players in the world based on their performances in tournaments. However, in 1993, a group of former world champions and other high-profile players separated from the British Darts Organisation, meaning there are now two major governing bodies.
Who was the World Darts Champion in 2013?
The event took place at the Alexandra Palace, London between 14 December 2012 and 1 January 2013. Adrian Lewis was the defending champion having won the last two editions of the tournament, but was beaten by Michael van Gerwen in the quarter-finals, thus ending Lewis’ 15 match unbeaten run at the World Championship.
When was the last PDC World Darts Championship?
2013 PDC World Darts Championship. The 2013 Ladbrokes World Darts Championship was the 20th World Championship organised by the Professional Darts Corporation since it separated from the British Darts Organisation. The event took place at the Alexandra Palace, London between 14 December 2012 and 1 January 2013.
What’s the prize money for the World Darts Championship?
Prize money Position (num. of players) Position (num. of players) Prize Money (Total: £1,000,000) Winner (1) £200,000 Runner-Up (1) £100,000 Semi-finalists (2) £50,000 Quarter-finalists (4) £25,000
How does the Order of Merit work in darts?
This page shows the up to date darts rankings from the various darts organisations. Select the ranking you wish to see from the rankings dropdown. The PDC Order of Merit is used to determine seedings for all major PDC Events.
When did the BDO stop publishing darts rankings?
Only the best 12 placings are added for a player’s ranking. Following a cease in tournaments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BDO stopped publishing rankings on 18 March 2020. The BDO having entered liquidation in September of that year, what follows are the final published rankings by the organisation.