Sascha Stuhlemmer takes title at second tournament of PDC Europe Next Gen

Sascha Stuhlemmer won the second tournament of the PDC Europe Next Gen last weekend. He became the second winner after Patrick Tringler at the newly established Next Gen Series.

This circuit was first created by PDC Europe in 2024. These tournaments are open to emerging players without Tour Cards from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.

More than 100,000 pounds of prize money is paid out each season. Besides prize money for results achieved, rewards are at stake for short legs (winning legs in 12 arrows or less), high scores (171 or more) and high finishes (101 and above).

The best players of the PDC Europe Next Gen are eligible to participate in the PDC Europe Super League. Through this darts competition, one starting spot for the World Darts Championship can ultimately be earned.

Stuhlemmer managed to qualify for the final of the second tournament at the PDC Europe Next Gen after wins over successively Viktor Schulz (3-0), Stefan Taferner (3-0), Sven Preuss (3-1) Paul Bereths (4-2) and Dragutin Horvat (5-4). He then triumphed in a German final 6-2 against Kai Gotthardt.

Results PDC Europe NEXT GEN 2


Sascha Stuhlemmer 4-2 Paul Bereths

Dragutin Horvat 4-2 Felix Schiertz

Kai Gotthardt 4-1 Luca Limburg

Patrick Klingelhöfer 4-1 Julian Burger


Sascha Stuhlemmer 5-4 Dragutin Horvat

Kai Gotthardt 5-3 Patrick Klingelhöfer


Sascha Stuhlemmer 6-2 Kai Gotthardt

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