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Who wins the Premier League Darts 2018?

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The darters participating in the Premier League will also go to Berlin in 2018. PDC Chairman Barry Hearn made the announcement that the German capital in 2018 is also a stop of the lucrative top competition after Michael van Gerwen won finals in London. “The Premier League is getting bigger and bigger and we take the next big step, '' Hearn said on RTL 7.

The competition with the best darts players in the world was initially only played in cities from the UK and Ireland. Since 2016, Rotterdam made with Ahoy part of the game series too. “This is a great success. And next year we are going to Berlin, '' said Hearn. “The Germans like the Dutch darts. Berlin, here we come! '

The prize fund rose from £265,000 to £340,000 in 2008, steadily increasing each year for a prize fund of £825,000 in 2017. The winner currently receives £250,000.

Phil Taylor has dominated this event, winning six of the twelve competitions to date. He went unbeaten throughout the first three seasons before James Wade ended his 44 match run in the first match of the 2008 season. A new champion was to be crowned after Mervyn King defeated him in the 2009 semi-finals. Wade defeated King 13–8 in the final, to pick up the £125,000 first prize. Phil Taylor defeated James Wade the following season to claim his fifth title in the competition in 2010, however he was defeated in the semi-final of the 2011 tournament. Gary Anderson became champion in his début season. by defeating Adrian Lewis in a repeat of the world championship final earlier that year. Phil Taylor reclaimed the title the following year, after defeating Simon Whitlock in the 2012 final, but lost the 2013 final to Michael van Gerwen. A year later, Taylor - who lost four of his first five games of the season and only secured qualification to the playoffs on the final league night - lost to eventual champion Raymond van Barneveld in the semi-finals. Van Gerwen played the final for the last 4 years of the tournament, winning in 2016 and 2017.

Van Gerwen wrote in his name in the London O2 for the third time in the Premier League. As 10,000 fans packed the O2 Arena in London for the League's play-off finals, PDC chairman Hearn revealed that Berlin will be one of the weekly venues next year. The Netherlands has been a roaring success in the last two seasons, in a sport where Dutchman Michael Van Gerwen is the world champion. Hearn said: "Last year for the first time we took the Premier League to mainland Europe. Rotterdam was a huge success. Germany is exploding with darts interest so we would be crazy not to have a leg out there. We have confirmed Berlin for 2018 as it spreads across Europe.”

This is the fastest growing sport in Europe and the crowds speak for themselves. There are going to be another 10,000 in Berlin, sold out in a day, and the fun moves on for the Premier League Darts 2018. “About 8,000 of 68,000 tickets for the worlds were bought by German fans. A huge number of people flying in, booking hotels and staying there. Compared with 3,500 Dutch. The Dutch market has been established over the past few years with big-time players like Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld. It’s incredible Germany has exploded so much without yet a major German star to cheer on, which I am sure will come.", said Hearn.