Get Around The World Series Of Darts Which Hits NSW This Weekend
— Updated on 5 January 2023

Get Around The World Series Of Darts Which Hits NSW This Weekend

— Updated on 5 January 2023
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

Get those schooners in hand and order another bowl of steak-cut chips with aioli on the side, because the PDC World Series of Darts Tournament is finally coming to NSW this week, and – I say this following few words with absolutely zero sarcasm – promises to be a fine showcase of peak human athleticism.

The second event of the Australian leg of the Darts Masters will be hosted in the laidback coastal town and “organic” hub of Wollongong, the Australian leg of the series and will bring the game’s top professionals to WIN Entertainment Centre for two whole days. World-class competitors are set to face off against regional qualifiers in an exciting clash of domestic vs global titans. 

BossBet has Michael van Gerwen favourite ($4) for the trophy after a thrilling come-from-behind win in Townsville last weekend against Gerwyn Price, where he secured his 17th World Series of Darts title by defeating world No 1 Gerwyn Price 8-5.

“I said before the trip that I wanted to win, minimum, one of three World Series [titles] and after winning the first one, the hunger won’t stop. I’m looking forward to the next one.”

As many of you may recall, the NSW Darts Masters Tournament was initially scheduled to arrive at our sunburnt shores in August last year. Due to the obvious complication of COVID-19 and the global pandemic which came along with it, however, the event was forced to postpone for a lengthy 12-month period to August this year; now postponed once again to August 2022 just weeks from when it was all (re)scheduled to go down.

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“Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding international travel, we felt it appropriate to provide clarity on our plans for the World Series of Darts,” said Matthew Porter, Chief Executive of the Professional Darts Corporation.

“We remain very excited about the PDC’s debut event in Wollongong and have been highly encouraged by how the planned events have been received by darts fans globally.

“Agreeing dates to stage the events in 2022 gives fans the chance to plan with a greater degree of certainty for what promises to be a fantastic year of World Series events.”

“We’ve travelled around Australia in recent years with the World Series of Darts and it’s exciting for us to be visiting Wollongong and Townsville for the first time… to take these fantastic events to new audiences,” Porter stated last year.

“After [Perth star] Damon Heta’s amazing achievement of winning in Brisbane [in 2019], all eyes will be on the local stars from Australia and New Zealand to see who can grasp their opportunity to claim glory alongside the biggest names in darts.”

“The reaction of fans in Australia and New Zealand ahead of our World Series of Darts events have been extremely encouraging.”

World Cup of Darts 2022 Australia Simon Whitlock Damon Heta

The hype has recently reached all-new levels after Simon “The Wizard” Whitlock and Damon “The Heat” Heta claimed Australia’s maiden PDC World Cup of Darts title in a thrilling showdown. The homegrown battlers are priced at $17 and $13, respectively, and will face off against last weekend’s winner van Gerwen ($4) and frontrunners Gerwyn Price ($5) and Michael Smith ($5.50).

The World Series of Darts Masters Tournament will take place at the WIN Entertainment Centre from August 19th-20th. Tickets purchased for the planned 2020 + 2021 tournaments will be valid for the equivalent session of the new 2022 event, or be eligible for a refund – find out more at

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Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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