Prize Money breakdown for the 2021 PDC World Youth Championship with £45,000 on offer

The prize money breakdown has been confirmed ahead of the 2021 PDC World Youth Championship with £45,000 in all set for Minehead.

All played in one day on the Sunday, they will face off in group stages before a knockout format with the final being confirmed and then as usual played on the stage.

The winner claims £10,000 and a spot in the 2021/22 PDC World Darts Championship and Grand Slam of Darts.

With the latter being the same for the runner-up who will also collect £5,000. Semi-finalists will receive £2,500, while Quarter-Finalists are set for £1,750.

Last 16 losers will receive £1,000, while finishing third and fourth in the group gleam £750 and £500.

Also if the World Youth Champion has already qualified for the World Darts Championship, no further place shall be offered. This would mean that an additional qualifying place is then available on Monday's Tour Card Holder Qualifier.

Prize Money - 2021 PDC World Youth Championship

Winner £10,000 + place in 2021/22 World Championship & 2022 Grand Slam of Darts

Runner-Up £5,000 + place in 2022 Grand Slam of Darts

Semi-Finalists £2,500

Quarter-Finalists £1,750

Last 16 Losers £1,000

Third in Group: £750

Fourth in Group £500

Total: £45,000

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