2023 European Darts Grand Prix Draw & Schedule And How To Watch
The PDC Euro Tour returns this weekend as the European Darts Grand Prix, which takes place in Sindelfingen from May 26-28,
We won’t see the seeds enter the action until Saturday, but there are lots of well-known names in action.
The draw and schedule for this weekend’s competition have been made, and Luke Humphries will begin his defence of the Interwetten European Darts Grand Prix against either Chris Dobey or Graham Hall, who both won the Masters.
The ninth PDC European Tour match of 2023 will take place in Glaspalast, where reigning champion Humphries will attempt to defend his title.
Humphries, who will win four European Tour championships in 2022, defeated Rob Cross in last year’s championship match. This weekend, the two will compete separately to qualify for the World Cup of Darts.
Cross leads Humphries by £17,500 in the PDC Order of Merit, so if Humphries wants to join Michael Smith for England in the Pairs competition next month, he must hold onto the championship.
All the games from the European Darts Grand Prix can be watched online, and only online they are not shown on regular TV. So we have a complete step by step guide on how you can watch all the Austrian Darts Open matches.
Schedule of Play 2023 European Darts Grand Prix
Rob Cross 8-6 Luke Humphries
All games up to and including the quarter-finals are the best of 11 legs, with the semi-finals the best of 13 legs and the final the best of 15 legs.
Last 16 losers: £4,000
Last 32 losers: £2,500
Last 48 losers: £1,250 Total: £175,000
NB: Seeded players who lose their last 32 match in the event will not be credited with prize money on to the Order of Merit, ProTour Order of Merit or European Tour Order of Merit, however they shall still receive full prize money payment.