The selected players for the Premier League Darts 2019 can earn big money in the next few months. The nine permanent players receive at least £35.000, that’s the amount of money a player gets for the nineth place in the competition.

There will be nine participants, because Gary Anderson pulled out due to a back injury, who can divide the prize fund of 825,000 GBP. His place will be replaced by nine different players who all play at one of the first nine Premier League Darts nights. Points won by the nine contenders will not count towards the league table, however their opponents will retain any points gained from the matches.Contenders will receive financial bonuses for winning or drawing their matches.
Players who survive Judgement Night, earn at least £50.000, with the number five receiving £70.000 for a fifth place after the competition. The four semi-finalists will pocket at least £80.000, with the runner-up earning £120.000. The winner of the Premier League Darts receives £250.000, while the league winner bonus will be £25.000.

Prize Fund Breakdown Premier League Darts

Winner £250,000
Runner-up £120,000
Semi-finalists £80,000
5th place £70,000
6th place £60,000
7th place £55,000
8th place £50,000
9th place £35,000
‘Contenders’ win £2,500
‘Contenders’ draw £1,000
League Winner Bonus £25,000
Total £825,000


Author: Samuel Gill