The prize money breakdown for the World Grand Prix which takes place between 6-12 October at the CityWest in Dublin.

Michael van Gerwen is the defending World Grand Prix champion in the only tournament with the double start format and the prize money has increased once again this year.

It has gone from £400,000 to £450,000. This means that the winner’s prize fund goes from £100,000 to £110,000.

The runner-up will claim £50,000 compared to £45,000 before. Semi-finalists will get £25,000 compared to £23,500.

The breakdown goes down to the first round where it goes up to £6,000 from £5,000 meaning an overall increase in every end position.

Position (num. of players)Prize Money
(Total: £450,000)
Winner(1)£110,000
Runner-Up(1)£50,000
Semi-finalists(2)£25,000
Quarter-finalists(4)£16,000
Second round losers(8)£10,000
First round losers(16)£6,000
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Author: Samuel Gill