The entries have been opened for the 2020 PDC Qualifying School with it being available for players aiming to win a PDC Tour Card next year.

Both Qualifying Schools will be held simultaneously next year between January 16-19 in Wigan and Hildesheim.

The allotted Tour Cards will be confirmed though when the top 64 is confirmed after the World Championship; as well as the 2019 Unicorn Challenge and Development Tour Order of Merit.

Each day will see the last two players at the UK Q-School; the winner of the European Qualifying School secure an automatic Tour Card. This happens everyday and players left on the Order of Merit; will still have a chance of winning one from there.

The entry is £450 again with a £50 DRA Sanction Fee; it is available on the PDC Tournament Entry System.

In terms of the criteria, The UK Qualifying School is open to players from the UK, Ireland and Gibraltar.

While, the European Qualifying School is open to players from other European countries.
Players from outside Europe have the choice of entering either the UK or European Q-School.

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Author: Samuel Gill