World Series of Darts Finals 2021

In 2013 the PDC launched the World Series. In that year, the PDC sends eight top players to Dubai and Sydney to spread the sport more global. In the years that follow the cycle steadily expanded and in 2015 the World Series Finals appear on the calendar.

In 2021, six World Series tournaments are on the calendar initially plus the World Series of Darts Finals. New York, Wollongong and Townsville make their debut in the World Series and replace Las Vegas, Melbourne and Brisbane. The World Series will also travel to Copenhagen in 2021 for the first time, where the Nordic Darts Masters will be played. The World Series Finals are returning to The Netherlands this year in the AFAS Live in Amsterdam.

September 17-18 - Nordic Darts Masters - Copenhagen
October 29-31 - World Series of Darts Finals - Amsterdam

The line-up for the World Series tournaments differs per tournament. It is clear that all tournaments will be played over two days this year. In the first round, eight regional players compete against eight players who are invited by the PDC.

Tournament starts in

Venue: Netherlands Afas Live, Amsterdam From: Friday 29 October 2021 Till: Sunday 31 October 2021

Reigning champion

Gerwyn Price
Photographer: MasterCaller.com
World Series of Darts Finals - 2020

Prize money

  • Champion
    £70,000
  • Runner-up
    £30,000
  • Semi finalists
    £20,000
  • Quarter finalists
    £15,000
  • Last 16
    £7,500
  • Last 24
    £5,000
  • Total
    £300,000

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2020
(3) (96.21)
11
11 - 9
(5) (94.22)
9
2019
(1) (96.76)
11
11 - 2
(wc) (89.37)
2
2018
(97.00)
11
11 - 10
(5) (99.09)
10
2017
(2) (103.30)
11
11 - 6
(1) (100.68)
6
2016
(1) (101.18)
11
11 - 9
(7) (99.63)
9
2015
(3) (106.60)
11
11 - 10
(4) (106.40)
10