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On the Seat Unique platform, you can choose from a range of hospitality experiences that cater to your preferences. Experience the opulence of a private table for ten, a perfect setting for socialising and making memories. Alternatively, opt for the long table of six in the main arena, fostering an intimate atmosphere for you and your guests. Shared tables of twelve in the hospitality area provide a chance to mingle with fellow enthusiasts, forging connections that might last beyond the championship.
Savour more than just the excitement in the air – treat your taste buds to an exquisite culinary experience curated by renowned chefs. Delight in a two-course pre-event meal that tantalizes your palate, or indulge in Michelin star 3-course Indian cuisine by Atul Kochhar, a feast fit for champions. Mid-session light bites ensure that your energy stays high as the tension builds.
You will also receive dedicated table service ensuring you have everything you need, whether it's a refreshing drink to celebrate a bullseye or a snack to keep your focus sharp.
The PDC World Darts Championship is an annual professional darts tournament organized by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). It is also known as the Paddy Power World Darts Championship due to sponsorship reasons. The championship was founded in 1994 and is held in England. It has witnessed several talented players compete for the prestigious title.
One notable player in the championship is Luke Littler, a 16-year-old darts sensation, who recently made history by becoming the youngest-ever player to reach the finals of the World Darts Championship. However, Luke Humphries ended Luke Littler's fairytale run in an epic final.
The tournament has seen various winners over the years, and the finals often produce thrilling matches. The championship provides an exciting platform for darts enthusiasts and showcases the skill and precision of the players.
The PDC World Darts Championship is held at the Alexandra Palace in London, England. The venue provides a unique and electric atmosphere for the players and spectators alike.
The championship follows a knockout format, with players competing in a set format. In the early rounds, the matches are best of five sets, while the later rounds feature longer matches, with the final being best of 13 sets.
The tournament offers a significant prize fund, with the winner receiving a substantial cash prize. In recent years, the prize money for the champion has been in the millions of pounds.
The championship attracts some of the best darts players from around the world, including legendary figures like Phil Taylor, Michael van Gerwen, and Gary Anderson. These players have contributed to the growth and popularity of the sport.
Spectators attending the championship matches can enjoy a lively and energetic atmosphere, as well as the chance to take part in various fan activities, such as fancy dress competitions and interactive games.
2015: Gary Anderson
2016: Gary Anderson
2017: Michael van Gerwen
2018: Rob Cross
2019: Michael van Gerwen
2020: Peter Wright
2021: Gerwyn Price
2022: Peter Wright
2023: Michael Smith
2024: Luke Humphries