James Wade is the reigning champion (credit:Michael Braunschadel/PDC)
The 2019 World Series of Darts culminates with the Finals in Amsterdam, and you can follow all the latest results and fixtures here.
This year’s World Series has seen events held in Las Vegas, Cologne, Brisbane, Melbourne and Hamilton and has produced four different winners.
The three-day non-ranking tournament features 24 players competing for £300,000 in prize money, with Amsterdam hosting the event for the first time.
The top eight players from the World Series Order of Merit are seeded through to the Second Round and will each await either a ProTour Order of Merit qualifier, a Tour Card qualifier or an invited wildcard.
James Wade is the defending champion after he defeated Michael Smith 11-10 in last year’s final in Vienna.
Michael van Gerwen is on the hunt for a fourth World Series Finals title and heads into the event as the number one seed, ahead of Peter Wright, Rob Cross and Daryl Gurney.
Brisbane Masters champion Damon Heta, departing legend Raymond van Barneveld, Gary Anderson and Wade make up the other seeded stars.
Gerwyn Price, Mensur Suljovic, Ian White, Nathan Aspinall and Dave Chisnall are among the other notable names in action.
The tournament runs from November 1-3 at the AFAS Live, with First and Second Round matches to be contested over the best of 11 legs, Quarter-Finals best of 19 and Semi-Finals and Final best of 21 legs.
World Series of Darts Finals 2019 Draw, Live Scores and Tournament Schedule
The 2019 World Series of Darts culminates with the Finals in Amsterdam, and you can follow all the latest results…
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