Prize money breakdown 2023 World Cup of Darts with £450,000 on offer

The 2023 World Cup of Darts is scheduled from Thursday 15 to Sunday 18 June. During this pairs tournament, £450,000 in prize money will be paid out.

The tournament has a new format this year, with more countries participating and also a higher prize fund than last season. A total of £100,000 has been added to the prize money to be distributed.

In this edition of the World Cup of Darts, 40 countries are competing. The top nations England, the Netherlands, Wales and Scotland are automatically qualified for the second round and these teams get to share £9,000 (£4,500 per person) anyway.

The remaining 36 countries will play a group stage first. The group stage consists of 12 groups of three countries each. The number three in each group gets £2,000 per person, the numbers two receive £5,000, while the pool winners get £9,000 in prize money just like the top four countries.

Only after that does it get really lucrative. The quarter-finalists each receive £10,000 credited to their bank accounts. The semi-finalists will receive £15,000 each for their performance.

The losing finalists will both receive £25,000 in prize money, while the winners will go home with £40,000 each. The prize money won does not count towards the world rankings.

Prize money breakdown at World Cup of Darts 2023

Winners: £80,000 (£40,000 per player)

Losing finalists: £50,000 (£25,000 per player)

Semi-finalists: £30,000 (£15,000 per player)

Quarter-finalists: £20,000 (£10,000 per player)

Losers last 16: £9,000 (£4500 per player)

Numbers two in group stage: £5000 (£2500 per player)

Numbers three in group stage: £4000 (£2000 per player)

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