How a lot cash Luke Littler has earned from darts after banking one other £15,000
The 17-year-old arrived on the scene on the World Darts Championship over the festive interval, the place his excellent performances took him all the way in which to the ultimate. He has proven no indicators of slowing down, constantly competing for trophies and impressing towards darts’ largest legends.
Littler’s success at Alexandra Palace has made up the majority of his eye-watering £305,000 prize cash up to now, with that determine not together with the huge sponsorship offers, endorsements coming his approach, or cash he earned previous to becoming a member of the PDC. And Daily Star Sport is available to stroll you thru every of his winnings up to now.
World Darts Championship – £200,000
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Premier League Darts Preview 2024
Kebab-loving Luke Littler took the World Championships by storm. Now the teenager sensation is taking his skills across the UK and Europe as he faces the massive boys within the Premier League.
Venues might be packed out to see the brand new darting icon tackle the most important names within the sport – Luke Humphries, Michael van Gerwin, Michael Smith, Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright and Nathan Aspinall over the following few months.
Our particular Premier League preview charts Littler’s astronomic rise, turns the highlight on his rivals for the coveted title, consists of an unique column from James Wade, interviews with legends of the sport, present Premier League gamers and PDC chairman Eddie Hearn – and it tells you every little thing it’s essential to know concerning the match.
The match the place Littler introduced himself to the world as a mere 16-year-old. The boy from Warrington showcased maturity and darting prowess past his years by reaching the World Championship last, having dropped simply six units alongside the way in which.
He would ultimately lose out to Luke Humphries, however took dwelling a comfort prize of £200k. He revealed his close to quarter of 1,000,000 pound payday would go some method to funding his humble vices: Under Armour tracksuits, EA FC factors and kebab takeaways.
Bahrain Masters – £20,000
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Still simply 16, Littler proved he was not a one-hit surprise by storming to victory on the Bahrain Darts Masters. He fought off legend Michael van Gerwen 8-5 within the last, clinching the primary senior title of his profession.
He even beat Humphries alongside the way in which and revealed he had not thrown a single dart since dropping out at Ally Pally. £20k as simple as you want.
Dutch Masters – £10,000
Taking on Van Gerwen in entrance of his dwelling crowd in one more last on the Dutch Masters proved a step too far for Littler. MVG took revenge only a week after his defeat with a riveting 8-6 victory in Den Bosch.
Yet Littler’s deep run into the competitors nonetheless added one other tasty £10k to his ever-growing trove of riches.
Premier League – £60,000
Littler certified for the Premier League darts as a wildcard because of his masterclass shows at Ally Pally. His appearances are positive to land him a minimal of £60,000.
He may additionally notch a further £85k for reaching the ultimate 4, £125k for ending as runner-up and £275k if he goes dwelling with the trophy. The teenager has received three video games, leaving him in third place after falling brief to Van Gerwen once more with a 6-5 defeat in his first Premier League last look.
Players Championship – £15,000
Littler impressed once more this week by successful the Players Championship occasion on the first time of asking. He beat Ryan Searle on Monday (February 12), hitting a nine-darter, narrowly lacking out on a second and popping out with a hard-fought 7-6 win.
The teenager was capable of declare his first PDC rating title in Wigan, marking one other memorable milestone in his fledgling profession whereas raking in one other £15k.