Player entries for the 2023 PDC Women’s Series and Winmau Development Tour are now open, with both tours set to get underway over the coming weeks.
The PDC Women’s Series will begin at Leicester’s Morningside Arena on February 25-26, with the Development Tour action getting underway at Milton Keynes’ Marshall Arena on March 31.
The PDC Women’s Series has been expanded in 2023, with a total of 24 events taking place across six weekends, which includes a total prize fund of £240,000 - doubling the prize money per event to £10,000.
The women’s game made further progress in 2022, with the inaugural staging of the eight-player Betfred Women’s World Matchplay in Blackpool last July alongside a 20-event Women's Series.
Fallon Sherrock’s victory at the Winter Gardens saw her feature in last year’s Cazoo World Darts Championship alongside Lisa Ashton and Beau Greaves, as three women competed in the sport’s flagship event for the first time.
Meanwhile, the Winmau Development Tour will once again see 24 tournaments take place, as the sport’s brightest young stars from across the globe compete for places in TV tournaments.
The Development Tour - open to players aged 16-23 - has also seen the prize fund for each event boosted by £15,000, including an increased £2,500 to each winner.
The top two players on the Development Tour Order of Merit will win a two-year PDC Tour Card and a place in the Cazoo World Darts Championship.
The World Youth Championship will see its early rounds staged in August before the final takes place in Minehead in November, with Northern Ireland’s Josh Rock aiming to retain his title.
Entry, costing £25 per event for both the PDC Women's Series and Winmau Development Tour, is available through the PDC Entry System.
New players must register their details at this link. Following your registration, you will receive an email to confirm that you are available to enter tournaments, and at this stage you can login to make your entry to the relevant events. This verification may take up to 48 hours.