As well as the world’s top 32 and the 32 best players on Pro Tour, there will be 32 international qualifiers competing at the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship.
To divide these places, qualification spots are rewarded to several international ranking, while there is also some qualification tournaments around the world. Darts News has made an overview of all qualifying tournaments for this year’s PDC World Darts Championship.
A number of qualifiers are still missing on the list, as the date of these events are not confirmed yet. For example in recent years there has been qualifiers in the Netherlands (for players from the Benelux) and a South-East Europe Qualifier. It is expected that there will be qualifiers for players from these nations again.
At the beginning of July, Danny Baggish became the first international qualifier to ensure participation in the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace. The American defeated Jeff Smith in the final of the North American Darts Championship.
|04-07-19||North American Championship||Las Vegas||Danny Baggish|
|16-09-19||PDJ Japanese Qualifier||Osaka|
|19-10-19||Southern Europe Qualifier||Avila|
|26-10-19||Oceanic Masters||Barrack Heights|
|09-11-19||South-Central American Qualifier||Nova Friburgo|
|16-11-19||Rest of the World Women’s Qualifier||Hildesheim|
|17-11-19||German Super League||TBC|
|24-11-19||World Youth Championship||Minehead|
|25-11-19||Tour Card Holders’ Qualifier||Wigan|
|25-11-19||UK & Ireland Women’s Qualifier||Wigan|