PDC Autumn Series: How to follow the action
The Pro Tour resumes this week with the PDC Autumn Series.
Following on from a fantastic Summer Series and World Matchplay in Milton Keynes, competitive darts continues to return.
The events will take place from Saturday 12 September to Wednesday 16 September. They will happen inside the H+ Hotel in Niederhausen, Germany.
Here’s our guide to the event, plus how you can follow it all with us.
Who is playing?
The line up sees 117 of the 128 Pro Tour players at the events, with 11 Challenge Tour players joining too.
The highest profile name not on the list of entrants is Gary Anderson. He has announced he will not play in these events, and at the World Series of Darts Finals, due to travel concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can also view our five players to watch out for in Germany over the next days.
What will these events count towards?
The Autumn Series will count towards the overall PDC Order of Merit, as well as the Pro Tour Order of Merit.
These events will also count towards the Players Championship Order of Merit. The top 64 players on this list will play in the Ladbrokes Players Championship Finals at Butlin’s Minehead in November.
In addition, these are the final Pro Tours before we know the World Grand Prix field. Players qualify if they’re in the top 16 of the:
- PDC Order of Merit. These players will be seeded
- Pro Tour Order of Merit, if they’re not already in the top 16 on the normal order of merit.
The final cut off for the Grand Prix is next month’s Euro Tour event in Germany.
Finally, the player who earns the most money over the five days will receive a spot in the 2020 Grand Slam of Darts.
How can I follow it?
We’ll have everything covered from the Autumn Series at Online Darts.
There will be a live blog every day of the event, giving you results and ranking changes as they happen. We’ll also provide a daily round up of the action.
There will be updates across our:
You can also watch every dart live.