Boris Krcmar and Chengan Liu are the latest players to join the list of International Qualifiers for the 2020/21 William Hill World Darts Championship.
Krcmar won the East Europe Qualifier on Saturday, defeating Patrik Kovacs 6-1 in the final with a 94.37 average, to book his place at the World Championship for the first time since 2011.
The Zagreb-based thrower represented his country at the 2012 World Cup of Darts and won a PDC Tour Card for the first time in January.
Liu will also make his second World Championship appearance in December after coming through the Chinese PDC World Championship Qualifier on Saturday.
The 48-year-old, who lost to John Part at the 2005/06 World Championship, defeated Qingyu Zhan in the final.
A full list of the 15 confirmed International Qualifiers so far is listed below.
It has also been confirmed that the African Qualifier will be held at the Goodwood Sports Club in Cape Town from October 31-November 1, with a round-robin phase on the opening day followed by the knockout final stages. A total of R10,000 in prize money will also be available from the quarter-finals onwards.
The EuroAsian Darts Corporation Qualifier is set to take place across October 24-25, while DartPlayers Australia are planning to host the Oceanic Masters from November 13-15 in Warilla.
A World Championship place will also be on offer to the winner of the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship final (Bradley Brooks v Joe Davis) on November 29, while two World Championship spots will be up for grabs for PDC Tour Card Holders at the PDPA Qualifier on November 30.