Stars is coming to Copenhagen

the World's best dartspillere come to Denmark. It happens to summer at the Nordic Darts Masters, to be settled in Copenhagen. In a press release, it is exp

Stars is coming to Copenhagen

the World's best dartspillere come to Denmark.

It happens to summer at the Nordic Darts Masters, to be settled in Copenhagen.

In a press release, it is expected that the darts stars such as Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson, Rob Cross and Peter Wright will be a part of the tournament in the Forum.

Here reads it, that 'those four alone have more than 100 darts titles and several world championships together and are the guarantors for lots of '180's' (the highest possible score, red.) and maybe even one of the legendary 9-dart closures.'

"I love Copenhagen, and I am excited to fight for the title in the Nordic Darts Masters in June 2020. I have played in Denmark before, so I know that the danes appreciate topsport and on a good party. This tournament will include both parts, and I will do everything I can to win the trophy," says world champion Michael van Gerwen in the press release.

At the Nordic Darts Masters to eight international stars meet local players who can qualify for a evening on the big dartscene.

It is Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), which is behind the event, which is part of the new World Series of Darts format. The Danish partner is CHRONICALLY Group, which is behind the TV3 Sport channels.

"the Launch of the Nordic Darts Masters, in cooperation with the CHRONICALLY Group is a milestone in the field of dartens global development. We guarantee the participation of the top players in a great arena in the middle of the beautiful Copenhagen. It will be a unique experience for fans and viewers and a great experience for players," says Matthew Porter, on bogstavstitelfronten is the CEO in the PDC.

Nordic Darts Masters will take place 13. June. It will be broadcast on Viaplay.

Updated Date: 25 November 2019, 10:00

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