Prize money breakdown Austrian Darts Open 2024: £175,000 on offer in total

From Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28, the tenth edition of the Austrian Darts Open will be played out in the Austrian city of Graz. The fifth Euro Tour tournament of the season will see £175,000 in prize money distributed.

A number of players will receive the prize money only in their bank accounts and not added to the world rankings. Indeed, this year 32 players will be automatically invited to the Euro Tours.

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First, the top-16 of the Pro Tour Order of Merit will receive an invitation. They have a bye in the first round and enter from the second round. New since this year is that then also the top-16 of the overall world ranking list receives an invitation. They do have to start from the first round. However, for both groups, they must win their opening match at the Austrian Darts Open in order for the prize money to count toward the world ranking.

The remaining sixteen participants in Graz are winners from the various qualifying tournaments. Regardless of the result these players achieve, they will get the prize money added to the ranking guaranteed. In any case, they will receive 1250 pounds of starting money.

Upon reaching the second round, the prize money rises to 2,500 pounds. So the top-16 on the seedings list will get this amount anyway, but they still have to win a match to get it added to the world rankings as well.

Making it to the third round is good for £4,000, while quarter-finalists go home with £6,000 anyway. Semi-finalists will get at least £8500 before the rewards go into the five numbers for reaching the final.

For the runner-up at the Austrian Darts Open, a sum of 12,000 pounds awaits. The winner of this Euro Tour tournament goes home with £30,000.

Distribution of prize money during Austrian Darts Open 2024

Winner: £30,000

Runner-up: £12,000

Semi-finalists: £8500

Quarter-finalists: £6000

Losers third round: £4000

Losers second round: £2500

Losers first round: £1250

Total: £175,000

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