Prize money breakdown for the 2020 World Cup of Darts with £350,000 on offer
All 64 players spread over 32 countries are guaranteed at least £2,000 in prize money. That amount is paid to players who lose in the first round. Reaching the second round will mean £4,000 per player.
The quarter-finalists will receive at least £ 8,000. The semi-finalists receive £ 12,000, while the losing finalists have to settle for £ 20,000. The winners will each take home £ 35,000.
Scotland are the defending champions at the World Cup but will be without last year's winners, Peter Wright and Gary Anderson. Their places have been taken by John Henderson ad Robert Thornton.
Also Danny Noppert will partner Michael van Gerwen for the first time for the Netherlands. England and Wales remain unchanged with Michael Smith and Rob Cross and Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton respectively set to take to the oche.
Prize money breakdown for World Cup of Darts 2020
Winner (Per Player) - £ 35,000
Runner-up (Per player)- £ 20,000
Semi-final (Per player) - £ 12,000
Quarter Final (Per Player) - £ 8,000
Round of 16 (Per player) - £ 4,000
Last 32 (Per Player) - £ 2,000
Total £ 350,000