Four PDC European Tour events are set to take place in September and October in Budapest, Jena, Gibraltar and Prague respectively as the calendar for the season restart begins to take shape.
The last European Tour event to take place was back at the end of February in the form of the Belgian Darts Championship which was won by Gerwyn Price in Hasselt.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the future of the European Tour this year was up in the air; but barring the events in Germany and the Netherlands (Sindelfingen, Leverkusen, Trier, Munich, Hildesheim, Riesa and Leeuwarden) which have been cancelled for this year due to restrictions; there is some action planned.
The following dates have been announced for the European Tour events that can take place this year:
Hungarian Darts Trophy (Budapest) – September 4-6
German Darts Open (Jena) – September 11-13
Gibraltar Darts Trophy (Gibraltar) – September 25-27
Czech Darts Open (Prague) – October 16-18.
Despite the small amount of European Tour events; a European Championship is still planned for October 29-November 1. The World Series of Darts Finals also remain on the schedule in Salzburg; from September 18-20.
As well as the World Cup of Darts which was announced on Friday to now take place in Graz; it will conclude this year’s action in Europe between November 6-8.
Tags: Czech Darts Open, European Championship, German Darts Open, Gibraltar Darts Trophy, Hungarian Darts Trophy, PDC European Tour
Four PDC European Tour events are planned to be held in September and October, as Budapest, Jena, Gibraltar and Prague prepare to host tournaments.
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) May 29, 2020
Author: Samuel Gill