PDC Ranking

The PDC rankings are all price money rankings - the PDC changed the ranking system in 2007 respectively. In all tournaments - whether Major or Pro Tour event - the players can win prize money according to their placing. The highest prize money is on offer in the World Championship, the lowest in the Pro Tour events.

All prize money won in the ranking tournaments flows into the PDC Order of Merit. The Premier League and the Grand Slam both are invitation tournaments and the prize money doesn't count to the ranking. The current Top 16 of the Order of Merit are automatically qualified for all PDC Major tournaments. Exceptions again are the Premier League and Grand Slam. To Premiere League only the Top 4 of the Order of Merit + 6 Wildcards are invited. To the Grand Slam predominantley winners and runner-ups of Major tournaments of the PDC and the BDO are invited.
The Order of Merit is a two year ranking meaning that over the year each time the prize money which was won by the players two years ago in the same tournament will be discarded.

Beside the Order of Merit the Pro Tour Order of Merit is the most important PDC ranking as the starting field of the Major tournaments is filled up with players from this ranking who are not otherwise qualified. Beside this the Top 32 of this ranking will play in the Players Championship final.
The Pro Tour Order of Merit is a one year ranking meaning that over the year each time the prize money which was won by the players one years ago in the same tournament will be discarded. Thus the Pro Tour Order of Merit provides information about the current form of the players.

To the UK Open Order of Merit only the money won in the UK Open qualifiers counts. The Top 96 are qualified for the UK Open. The UK Open Order of Merit starts afresh every year.

To the Scandinavian Order of Merit only counts the prize money won on the Scandinavian Tour of the SDC. By the Scandinavian Order of Merit players from Scandinavia can qualify for the European Championship and the PDC Wolrd Championship. The Scandinavian Order of Merit starts afresh every year.

Since 2011 there exists a Youth Order of Merit, to which all money won on the PDC Youth Tour counts. The PDC Youth Tour started in 2011. The top twenty will play together with international qualifiers in the PDC Youth World Championship. The player on top of the table gets a place in the Grand Slam of darts and in the preliminary round ot the PDC World Championship.

In 2014 the Challenge Tour was launched for PDPA Associate members. Those are players who took part in the Qualifying Tour but failed to win a Tour Card. The two players heading the Challenge Tour Order of Merit at the end of the season will get a two years Tour Card.

The Challenge Tour and the Youth Tour together are the PDC Developing Tour. Both Rankings start afresh every year.

2016 the European Tour Order of Merit was again intriduced. Only price moeney earned in European Tour events counts for the ranking by which the participants of the European Championship qualify. The top 32 of this ranking will take part in the tournament.


Order of Merit
Pro Tour Order of Merit
European Tour Order of Merit
Players Championship Order of Merit
Nordic and Baltic Tour Order of Merit
Challenge Tour Order of Merit
Development (Youth) Tour Order of Merit
Women*s Series Order of Merit



Order of Merit

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On 3. July

RankPlayerPrice MoneyTendeny
1Luke Humphries£1.460 750 0
2Michael van Gerwen£1.064 500 0
3Michael Smith£1.029 750 0
4Gerwyn Price£618 250 0
5Nathan Aspinall£594 500 0
6Rob Cross£589 250 0
7Dave Chisnall£518 500 0
8Jonny Clayton£497 500 +2
9Dimitri van den Bergh£492 750 -1
10Peter Wright£488 000-1
11Damon Heta£473 250 0
12Danny Noppert£443 500 0
13Ross Smith£439 250 0
14Chris Dobey£419 500 0
15Joe Cullen£411 500 0
16Stephen Bunting£405 750 0
17Dirk van Duijvenbode£388 750 0
18Josh Rock£374 750 0
19Ryan Searle£347 500 +1
20Andrew Gilding£343 750 -1
21Gary Anderson£335 000 0
22James Wade£330 750 0
23Martin Schindler£329 000 0
24Gabriel Clemens£305 500 0
25Luke Littler£304 500 0
26Krzysztof Ratajski£286 750 0
27Daryl Gurney£280 000 0
28Brendan Dolan£267 750 0
29Raymond van Barneveld£262 250 0
30Jose de Sousa£245 000 0
31Scott Williams£196 500 0
32Gian van Veen£185 000 0
33Ricardo Pietreczko£180 500 0
34Luke Woodhouse£173 000 0
35Ryan Joyce£164 500 +2
36Kim Huybrechts£163 500 0
37Madars Razma£162 500 -2
38Callan Rydz£158 500 0
39Mike de Decker£154 750 +1
40Martin Lukeman£150 750 -1
41Alan Soutar£132 750 0
42Jermaine Wattimena£123 5000
43Ricky Evans£122 2500
44Jim Williams£120 750 0
45William O'Connor£114 000 0
46Ritchie Edhouse£110 750 0
47Cameron Menzies£106 000+3
48Matt Campbell£105 250-1
49Steve Beaton£104 250 -1
50Simon Whitlock£103 500-1


Pro Tour Order of Merit

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On 3. July
PlacePlayerPrice MoneyTendency
1Dave Chisnall£156 500+1
2Luke Humphries£135 750-1
3Ross Smith£124 000+5
4Gerwyn Price£120 250-1
5Damon Heta£116 750+1
6Gary Anderson£116 500-1
7Danny Noppert£114 750-4
8Josh Rock£110 250-1
9Stephen Bunting£107 7500
10Ryan Searle£104 5000
11Martin Schindler£96 250+1
12Rob Cross£93 500-1
13Chris Dobey£89 750+1
14Gian van Veen£89 500-1
15Luke Littler£87 000+1
16Michael van Gerwen£84 000+1
16Ricardo Pietreczko£84 000-1
18Daryl Gurney£82 5000
19Jonny Clayton£82 250+6
20Ryan Joyce£77 000-1
21Michael Smith£73 000-2
22Raymond van Barneveld£66 250-1
23Peter Wright£66 000+1
24Brendan Dolan£65 250-1
25Ritchie Edhouse£63 250+1
26Krzysztof Ratajski£62 000+1
27Luke Woodhouse£58 500+3
28Joe Cullen£57 750-6
29Andrew Gilding£55 750+2
30James Wade£55 500-1
31Kevin Doets£52 500+1
32Callan Rydz£50 000+1
33Dirk van Duijvenbode£48 500-6
34Cameron Menzies£47 250+3
34Mike de Decker£47 250+1
36Dimitri van den Bergh£43 500-2
37Gabriel Clemens£42 000-1
38Jermaine Wattimena£41 750-1
39Richard Veenstra£38 5000
40Alan Soutar£38 0000
41Scott Williams£37 5000
42Niels Zonneveld£36 500+4
43Jose de Sousa£35 500-1
44Madars Razma£35 0000
45Martin Lukeman£33 000-2
46Nathan Aspinall£31 750-1
47Jim Williams£31 500+1
48Ricky Evans£31 000++
49William O'Connor£30 7500
50Ian White£30 500-3




European Tour Order of Merit

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On 25. June
RankPlayerPrice MoneyTendency
1Luke Littler£62.5000
2Martin Schindler£61.500+2
3Rob Cross£58.500-1
4Luke Humphries£56.000-1
5Josh Rock£50.0000
6Ross Smith£46.500+3
7Dave Chisnall£46.000+14
8Michael van Gerwen£45.000-2
9Danny Noppert£40.500-2
10Gerwyn Price£39.000-2
11Stephan Bunting£37.0000
12Ryan Searle£34.0000
12Gary Anderson£34.000-2
14Chris Dobey£28.0000
15Ritchie Edhouse£26.500-1
15Damon Heta£26.500+3
17Jonny Clayton£26.000-4
18Joe Cullen£24.000-4
19Gian van Veen£23.5000
20Luke Woodhouse£18.500+1
20Jermaine Wattimena£18.500-3
22Daryl Gurney£18.000+1
23Michael Smith£16.500++
23Ricardo Pietreczko£16.500-3
25Brendan Dolan£15.000-1
26Peter Wright£14.500+4
27Dimitri van den Bergh£14.000++
28Mike de Decker£13.750-3
29Gabriel Clemens£12.500-4
30Ramond van Barneveld£11.500++
30Richard Veenstra£11.500-3
32Madars Razma£11.000-3



Players Championship Order Order of Merit

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On 3. July
PositionPlayerPrice MoneyTendency
1Ryan Searle£44.5000
2Gary Anderson£41.0000
3Raymond van Barneveld£39.500+1
4Ross Smith£39.000+12
4Chris Dobey£39.000-1
6Daryl Gurney£35.000-1
6Danny Noppert£35.0000
8Jonny Clayton£34.500+19
8Damon Heta£34.500-1
10Michael Smith£33.500-2
11Brendan Dolan£29.500-1
12Gian van Veen£29.000-3
13Alan Soutar£28.000-2
14Dave Chisnall£27.000-2
15Stephen Bunting£26.5000
16Dirk van Duijvenbode£25.000-3
17Luke Littler£24.5000
18Peter Wright£24.000-1
19Wesley Plaisier£23.500++
20Ryan Joyce£23.000+1
21Josh Rock£22.500-2
22Niels Zonneveld£21.000+3
23Kevin Doets£20.500-5
23Callan Rydz£20.5000
25Cameron Menzies£19.000++
25Ritchie Edhouse£19.000-3
27Dimitri van den Bergh£18.500-7
27Krzysztof Ratajski£18.500-1
29Andrew Gilding£17.500+3
29Michael van Gerwen£17.500-5
31Scott Williams£17.000-3
32Dom Taylor£16.500++





Nordic and Baltic Tour Order of Merit

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On 6. Juni
1Jeffrey de Graaf, SWE
2Johan Engström, SWE
3Oskar Lukasiak, SWE
4Cor Dekker, NOR
5Marko Kantele, FIN
6Darius Labanauskas, LIT
7Andreas Harrysson, SWE
8Jani Laurila, FIN
9Teemu Harju, FIN
10Benjamin Drue Reus, DEN
11Kent Joran Siversten, DEN
12Jonas Masalin, FIN
13Claus Bendix Nielsen, DEN
14Kim Viljanen, FIN
15Ivan Sprinborg, DEN
16Mikkel Knudsen, DEN
17Ralfs Laumanis, LAT
18Paavo Myller, FIN
19Mattias Jönsson, SWE
20Pär Rihonen, SWE
21Jani Keskinarkaus, FIN
22Anton Östlund, SWE
23Michael Ladefoged, DEN
24Michael Mogensen, DEN
25Vladimir Andersen, DEN
26Dimitrijs Zukovs, LAT
27Thor Helmer Johansen, NOR
29Niels Aagaard Nielsen, DEN
29Tom Veje, DEN
30Valters Merlderis, LAT
31Mindaugas Barauskas, LAT
32Dennis Nilsson, SWE




Challenge Tour Order of Merit

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On 10. June
PlayerPricemoney
1Danny Jansen£6.625
2Christian Kist£6.100
3Andy Boulton£5.975
4Connor Scutt£5.675
5Wesley Plaisier£5.475
6John Henderson£4.800
7Darryl Pilgrim£4.450
8Oskar Lukasiak£4.400
9Dragutin Horvat£4.375
10Stefan Bellmont£4.300
11Aden Kirk£4.225
12Richie Burnett£3.700
13Lee Cocks£3.325
14Justin Hood£3.250
15Jamie Atkins£3.150
15Noa-Lynn van Leuven£3.150
17Kai Gotthardt£2.975
18Cam Crabtree£2.900
19Rene Eidams£2.800
20Sebastian Bialecki£2.475
21Franz Roetzsch£2.400
22Reece Colley£2.300
23Charlie Martin£2.250
24David Evans£2.225
25Andreas Harrysson£2.200
26Jimmy van Schie£2.100
26Shane McGurk£2.100
28Darius Labanauskas£2.075
29Ted Evetts£2.050
30Stefaan Henderyck£2.025
30Thomas Lovely£2.025
30Kevin Burness£2.025



Development Tour Order of Merit

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On 24. June
PlayerPricemoney
1Keane Barry£10.425
2Wessel Nijman£10.275
3Gian van Veen£9.350
4Nathan Rafferty£8.275
5Niko Springer£7.025
6Sebastian Bialecki£6.550
7Danny Jansen£6.675
8Beau Greaves£5.200
9Jurjen van der Velde£3.675
10Charlie Manby£3.575
11Owen Roelofs£3.425
12Roman Benecky£3.375
13Daniel Perry£3.150
14Marvin van Velzen£2.975
15Dylan Dowling£2.900
16Angelo Balsamo£2.825
17Cam Crabtree£2.625
18Roy Rietbergen£2.525
19Thomas Banks£2.500
20Levy Frauenfelder£2.450
21Jimmy Bristow£2.400
22Jannis Barkhausen£2.375
23Jarred Cole£2.350
24Dominik Gruellich£2.325
25Nathan Potter£2.300
26Owen Maiden£2.200
27Leighton Bennett£2.175
27Viktor Tingstrom£2.175
29Nathan Girvan£2.100
30Christopher Toonders£2.075
31Henry Coates£2.025
32Bailey White£1.975



Women's Series Order of Merit

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On 16. June
1Beau Greaves£12.000
2Fallon Sherrock£8.200
3Mikuru Suzuki£7.700
4Lisa Ashton£6.800
5Noa-Lynn van Leuven£6.500
6Gemma Hayter£4.000
7Rhian O'Sullivan£3.100
8Katie Sheldon£2.700
9Aileen de Graaf£2.200
10Steph Clarke£2.100
10Lorraine Winstanley£2.100
12Angela Kirkwood£2.000
12Robyn Byrne£2.000
14Deta Hedman£1.800
15Kirsi Viinikainen£1.700
15Kim Holden£1.700
17Paige Pauling£1.400
18Vicky Pruim£1.300
18Anastasia Dobromyslova£1.300
18Trina Gulliver£1.300
18Desiree Geel£1.300
22Wendy Reinstadtler£1.200
22Lorraine Hyde£1.200
24Maria O'Brien£1.100
25Aoife McCormack£1.100
26Laura Turner£900
26Evonne Taylor£900
26Leanne Topper£900
29Kirsty Hutchinson£800
29Denise Cassidy£800
31Neuza Araujo£700
31Phonsawan Whillis£700
31Felicia Blay£700
31Chris Savvery£700
31Samantha Kirton£700
31Roos van der Velde£700
31Yukie Sakaguchi£700





The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order and the Players Championship Order of Merit was updated after the Players Championships 13 and 14 in Milton Keynes on 3. July. The European Tour Order of Merit was updated after the European Darts Open 25. June.

The Challenge Tour Order of Merit is on the final standings from 10. June
The Developement Tour Order of Merit was updated on 24. June.
The Nordic and Baltic Tour Order of Merit is on the standings from 6. Juni.
The Women's Series Order of Merit was updated on 16. June.

The rankings will be updated as often as necessary.






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