The PDC European Tour 2018 this season visits thirteen host cities across five countries. Denmark makes its debut on the European circuit. Events in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Gibraltar return to the program.
Through the European Tour prize money can be earned with which players can qualify for the big tournaments. Playing the European circuit is also the only way to qualify for the European Championship in Hasselt.
The first Euro Tour tournament of the year will be played in March at the end of March. In May, a Dutch gaming venue will be visited for the first time. Tournaments in Gibraltar, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Hildesheim are then completed. In September Maastricht once again hosts a Euro Tour event, after which the Euro Tour is concluded in Riesa and Göttingen.
|ET1 European Darts Open||23 – 25 March||Leverkusen|
|ET2 German Darts Grand Prix||31 March – 2 April||München|
|ET3 German Darts Open||13 – 15 April||Saarbrücken|
|ET4 Austrian Darts Open||20 – 22 April||Premstätten|
|ET5 European Darts Grand Prix||4 – 6 May||Sindelfingen|
|ET6 Dutch Darts Masters||11 – 13 May||Zwolle|
|ET7 Gibraltar Darts Trophy||8 – 10 June||Gibraltar|
|ET8 Danish Darts Open||22 – 24 June||Copenhagen|
|ET9 European Darts Matchplay||29 June – 1 July||Hamburg|
|ET10 German Darts Championship||31 Augst – 2 September||Hildesheim|
|ET11 Dutch Darts Championship||7 – 9 September||Maastricht|
|ET12 International Darts Open||14 – 16 September||Riesa|
|ET13 European Darts Trophy||12 – 14 October||Göttingen|
Tags: PDC European Tour 2018
Author: Samuel Gill