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Two more events being added to the schedule of PDC European Tour

As the situation of Covid-19 is getting gradually under control, European Darts Grand Prix and International Darts Open are on the way of being reopened for October. All of those champions are going to be held within the traditional way with the participation of various spectators. One of the serial events belonging to the PDC has been reopened aheadof the many darts fans and created such a boom for the darts world. Therefore, the organization team of this famous championship made a recent decision to resume more darts events belonging to them.

Three nights of action in Salzburg ended with Gerwyn Price being crowned the planet Series of Darts Finals champion for the primary time, but even as important was the safe and successful return of spectators for 3 consecutive nights. There are quite 1,000 spectators coming to spectate this event and every one of them are fully appraise for the plays that were allowed into stage each evening and therefore the players were filled with praise for the return of an environment. Two other championships which are the ecu Darts Grand Prix and International Darts Open were confirmed to resume in October. All of those tournaments are going to be executed ahead of spectators in Germany, which all are going to be strict to all or any relevant safety rules and social distancing regulations. These tournaments will offer the PDC an opportunity to qualify their players with full commitment who will gain enough qualification for European Tour events soon being executed within the year. The European Darts Grand Prix has been decided to require place at the Glaspalast – a museum in Sindelfingen from the 16th to the 18th of October. The tournament will have the participation different players who had qualified for the year’s originally-planned third European Tour event.

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Darts News: PDC confirms to held five events behind the closed doors from the 8th to 12th of July

Recently, PDC confirmed to held five behind-closed-doors events, which will take place from the 8th to 12th of July.

The first event, Summer Series will take place without the presence of spectators in Milton Keynes at the Marshall Arena, while the other event -the UK Government quarantine policy is held subjectively on overseas for visitors.

PDC chairman Barry Hearn showed his great welcome to the come-back of competitive darts after a long period of being frozen when he revealed the important information about the return of five one-day events from the 8th to 12th of July to The Darts Show podcast.

The sport has quickly flourished during the lockdown as the innovative online darts are quite successful in appealing people, despite the fact that in an exclusive interview with the Darts Show podcast, Hearn confirmed that the sport will return as the traditional form with the presence of spectators in next month, firstly with the World Matchplay.

One week after the PDC confirmed that the World Matchplay would take place on July 18-26 as originally scheduled – despite the fact that they have not chosen any certain revenue – five one-day events will take place at Milton Keynes’ Marshall Arena on July 8-12.

All 128 Tour Card Holders will be given the chance to compete in five one-day Players Championship events held secrectively without the presence of spectators in Milton Keynes.

2020 Players Championship events offer different amount of rewarding money, prize money will be at approxiamately £75,000 per event, with all winnings counting towards the relevant PDC Orders of Merit.

Because of the fact that during the quarantine time, some restrictions have made it impossible for worldwide players to come to and spectate the events, the PDC will release a new schedule of non-ranked events for the same dates.

All plays as well as activities need to stay strict to all regulations in terms of Covid-19.