Schedule Sunday afternoon at World Series Finals with Van Gerwen-Van den Bergh, Van Barneveld-Wright in Amsterdam

Eight players are still in the race for the title at the World Series of Darts Finals at the AFAS Live in Amsterdam. Sunday afternoon, Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld, among others, will be in action during the quarterfinals.

After his 6-4 victory over William O'Connor, Van Gerwen will face Dimitri van den Bergh in the last eight. The winner of the clash between the Dutchman and the Belgian will play Luke Humphries or Rob Cross in the semifinals.

Van Barneveld stunted in the second round with a 6-4 victory over world champion Michael Smith. Now two-time world champion Peter Wright awaits. A win over 'Snakebite' will see Van Barneveld face Nathan Aspinall or Keegan Brown in the last four.

Where can I watch the World Series of Darts Finals live?

The tournament will be broadcast in its entirety by Viaplay. The three evening broadcasts will begin a little before 7 p.m. each time. On Sunday afternoon, the broadcast will begin at 12:40 p.m.

How much prize money is to be won?

The prize pool for this event contains a total of 300,000 pounds. However, the prize money won does not count toward the PDC Order of Merit or other money rankings.

All participants are guaranteed £5,000 in prize money. This amount could eventually rise to a sum of £70,000 in prize money for the winner.

What are the World Series of Darts?

The World Series tournaments are international events of the PDC organized to promote the sport beyond the (Western) European borders.

Earlier this year, tournaments also took place in Bahrain, Denmark, the United States, Poland, New Zealand and Australia. Past World Series tournaments have also been scheduled in Dubai, Singapore, Japan, Scotland, China, Germany and Austria.

Playing schedule World Series of Darts Finals 2023

Sunday Sept. 17 (from 12 p.m.)


Rob Cross v Luke Humphries

Michael van Gerwen v Dimitri van den Bergh

Keegan Brown v Nathan Aspinall

Raymond van Barneveld v Peter Wright

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