Darts World Grand Prix 2022 Prize Money Breakdown

The 2022 edition of the Darts world grand Prix is scheduled to take place in Coventry. The tournament is starting on Tuesday, 6 October while the finals to be played on 12 October 2022. Ahead of that competition, the BoyleSports Darts World Grand Prix 2022 prize money breakdown has been revealed.

The tournament total purse payout has been increased to £450,000 with the winner of the Darts world grand Prix 2022 pocketing £110,000. The runner-up to receive £50,000 and the semi-finalist £25,000.

The quarterfinalist player to get £16,000 while the second round players to receive £10,000.

Darts World Grand Prix 2022 Prize Money Breakdown

StandingsPurse MoneyPurse Money
Winner£110,0001
Runner-up£50,0001
Semi Finalist£25,0002
Quarter Finalist£16,0004
Second Round£10,0008
First Round£6,00016
Total Prize Money£450,000

The players who lost the first-round matches to get around £6,000 in the Darts World Grand Prix 2022.

The entire tournament to broadcast both Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Main Event starting at 6 pm and the second coverage at 7 pm.

Field For Darts World Grand Prix 2022

Here are the 32 players who are competing in the BoyleSports World Grand Prix from October 6 to 12.

  1. Michael van Gerwen
  2. Peter Wright
  3. Gerwyn Price
  4. Michael Smith
  5. Rob Cross
  6. Nathan Aspinall
  7. Daryl Gurney
  8. James Wade
  9. Gary Anderson
  10. Dave Chisnall
  11. Dimitri van den Bergh
  12. Ian White
  13. Glen Durrant
  14. Krzysztof Ratajski
  15. Mensur Suljovic
  16. Adrian Lewis
  17. Devon Petersen
  18. Danny Noppert
  19. Jose de Sousa
  20. Brendan Dolan
  21. Joe Cullen
  22. Jonny Clayton
  23. Ryan Searle
  24. Jermaine Wattimena
  25. Gabriel Clemens
  26. Mervyn King
  27. Stephen Bunting
  28. Ryan Joyce
  29. Jamie Hughes
  30. Dirk van Duijvenbode
  31. Chris Dobey
  32. Kim Huybrechts

Disclaimer: The information about the Darts world grand Prix 2022 prize money is based on reports released by the PDC.

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