THE PDC World Series of Darts will return to Las Vegas in 2018, with the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino to host the North American Championship and PDC U.S. Darts Masters.

Following the huge success of the PDC's inaugural World Series of Darts events in 2017, the sport's top stars will return to the entertainment capital of the world next July.

Following two days of qualifiers on July 3 & 4, the North American Championship will see eight players face off for the domestic title on Thursday July 5.

Those eight players will then also compete in the PDC US Darts Masters alongside eight top PDC stars in the main World Series of Darts event on Friday July 6 and Saturday July 7.

Fans wishing to travel from the UK can take advantage of exclusive travel packages, which include five nights' hotel accommodation at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, flights from London or Manchester and tickets for all three sessions of the stage events.

Leaving UK on July 3, arriving back in the UK on July 9 (leaving Las Vegas on July 8)
Five nights' hotel accommodation at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, based on two people sharing a Double room on a Room-Only basis.
Tickets to the North American Championship & PDC U.S. Darts Masters
Access to exclusive PDC Party on July 4
Inclusive of all taxes
Based on direct flights from London or Manchester
Prices from £1,295 per person.
Single Supplement £300 per person
Extra nights available from £95 per person per night
Twin centres available

To book or for further information, please contact the PDC's official travel partners Winged Boots, online here, via 0203 814 0378 or email [email protected].

Terms & Conditions
All prices are subject to availability. 2.5% credit card charges apply, no charge for debit cards.
Addition costs may apply if you book more than two people.
Flight times are subject to change depending on airline.
Deposit of £250 per person is required at time of booking, with balance due on April 15 2018.
Resort Fee is €35 per room per day and paid locally.

On July 3 and 4 there will be two qualifying competitions per day open to all US and Canadian citizens over the age of 16. The winner of each of the four qualifying competitions, along with the top four players from a Merit Table over the four events, will qualify for the North American Darts Championship and the US Darts Masters.

Entry to the qualifying competitions is £70 per event (approx. $100) and must be made via the PDC’s online entry system using one of the following links:

Players with existing login details CLICK HERE.

New players (who need to register) CLICK HERE.

The deadline for qualifier entry is Friday June 29, 1000 PST/1800 BST.

The qualifying events will be played with an open draw over a minimum of the best of seven legs, straight knock-out, single-in double-out 501.

Prize money will be awarded as follows:





















L16 Losers




L32 Losers




L64 Losers








The winner of each qualifier will qualify for the 2018 US Masters and 2018 North American Darts Championship.

The winner of the 2018 North American Darts Championship will qualify for the 2018/19 World Darts Championship.

There is no requirement for players to stay on site at the Mandalay Bay, however players who do for the nights of July 3-7 will receive two complimentary tickets to the US Darts Masters and North American Darts Championship.

Players who enter the qualifiers and wish to stay at the Mandalay Bay should book accommodation via the following link to qualify for the PDC’s group rate and be eligible for their complimentary main event tickets: CLICK HERE TO BOOK.

Players must be a registered guest at the Mandalay Bay (including in shared rooms) in order to qualify for complimentary tickets.

The PDC's rate for a Resort Room is as follows:
July 1: $83
July 2: $83
July 3: $83
July 4: $83
July 5: $99
July 6: $119
July 7: $200
The above rates are excluding a daily Resort Fee of $35 and local taxes at 13.38%.

Tickets for the US Darts Masters and North American Darts Championship are available to purchase from the Mandalay Bay ticket office on the following link: CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS.

Prices are as follows:
Thursday July 5
North American Darts Championship

$53.75 table seat
$44.40 bleacher seat

Friday July 6
U.S. Darts Masters Day One

$69.30 table seat
$57.35 bleacher seat

Saturday July 7
U.S. Darts Masters Day Two

$80.70 table seat
$69.30 bleacher seat

Season Ticket
$199.50 table seat
$164.76 bleacher seat

All prices include tax and venue/booking fees. A $4.90 handling fee applies per order. Standard PDC Terms and Conditions displayed at apply.

2017 Event

MICHAEL VAN GERWEN claimed a second World Series of Darts title in the space of a week after beating debutant Daryl Gurney 8-6 in the final of the 2017 U.S. Darts Masters in Las Vegas.

During a dominant performance, Van Gerwen won through to the final for the loss of just one leg, as he followed up Friday's first round whitewash of Chris White with an 8-1 quarter-final defeat of Dave Richardson and an 8-0 romp against Gerwyn Price.

He began the final in a similar fashion by taking an early 2-0 lead, including an opening leg 124 checkout, as legs of 12 and 13 darts put him in command.

Gurney, as he had during his semi-final win over Gary Anderson, hit back strongly by claiming five of the next six legs to move himself ahead at 3-2 and 5-3.

Van Gerwen responded as a 112 finish levelled in leg ten and a 13-darter moved him back into the lead as four straight legs put him into the ascendancy at 7-5.

Gurney took out 120 to keep his hopes of a maiden TV title alive, but Van Gerwen took out 98 to complete a brilliant 12-darter as he secured the win and back-to-back World Series triumphs.

"It's so good to win the first U.S. Darts Masters in Las Vegas," said the world number one. "The whole event has been superb.

"The fans, the players and the PDC have been brilliant, so I can't wait to get back next year."

Van Gerwen began the day with an 8-1 victory over Canada's Dave Richardson, with the World Champion averaging 95.70 and hitting two maximums.

The Dutchman was in an even more ruthless mood in the semi-finals, beating Gerwyn Price 8-0 in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the Tropicana Las Vegas - A Doubletree by Hilton.

Van Gerwen averaged over 100 in his semi-final clash with the Welshman, who struggled to cope with the scoring power of the World Champion as he set up a decider with Daryl Gurney.

Gurney, making his first appearance in a World Series event, faced world number three Peter Wright in the last eight, where he came through an 11th leg thriller to book his passage into the final.

The match went with throw until the ninth leg, where Wright looked to have stolen the initiative by breaking throw.

Gurney stuck with his opponent and broke back in the 12th leg to level the score at 6-6.

The pair then traded holds to take the match to a deciding leg, where Gurney found double 16 to secure a semi-final spot against world number two Anderson.

Gurney, started the last four showdown slowly, with Anderson - who had seen off Raymond van Barneveld in the last eight - racing in to a 4-1 lead.

With the match seemingly going Anderson's way, the Northern Irish ace produced a stunning run of seven straight legs to claim a spot in his first World Series final.

Despite Gurney's best efforts, the world number one proved too strong in the final, as he claimed a tenth World Series of Darts title.

"He was too good for me today but I'm getting much closer," said Gurney, 31. "This is where I want to be and I think I've done myself a lot of favours here.

"There are a lot of big events coming up and this will give me a lot of confidence. When I get to a final I really want to win, so I'm not happy to lose but I've played well."

The World Series of Darts returns in August, with the world's best players heading to New Zealand and Australia for tournaments in Auckland, Melbourne and Perth.

U.S. Darts Masters Draw Bracket
Michael van Gerwen (1) v Chris White
Max Hopp v Dave Richardson
James Wade (4) v Dawson Murschell
Gerwyn Price v Willard Bruguier
Gary Anderson (2) v Jayson Barlow
Raymond van Barneveld v David Cameron
Peter Wright (3) v Sean Brenneman
Daryl Gurney v Dennis Sayre


Friday July 14
First Round
Daryl Gurney 6-2 Dennis Sayre
Gerwyn Price 6-4 Willard Bruguier
Dave Richardson 6-3 Max Hopp
Raymond van Barneveld 6-3 David Cameron
Dawson Murschell 6-5 James Wade
Peter Wright 6-3 Shawn Brenneman
Michael van Gerwen 6-0 Chris White
Gary Anderson 6-0 Jayson Barlow


Saturday July 15
Gerwyn Price 8-4 Dawson Murschell
Michael van Gerwen 8-1 Dave Richardson
Gary Anderson 8-4 Raymond van Barneveld
Daryl Gurney 8-7 Peter Wright

Michael van Gerwen 8-0 Gerwyn Price
Daryl Gurney 8-4 Gary Anderson

Michael van Gerwen 8-6 Daryl Gurney

U.S. Darts Masters
July 14-15
Winner $25,000
Runner-Up $12,500
Semi-Finalists $6,250
Quarter-Finalists $3,125
First Round Losers $1,500
Total $74,500