We have 37 qualifiers in 2021 where you can win a ticket for the End Game of the Road to Ally Pally. The prize pool of the End Game is €7,500 with a 1st prize of €2,500 euros. All tickets have a value of at least €25 euro!
There are 87 tickets available.
One ticket entitles you to make one team in the End Game of the Road to Ally Pally.
The End Game of the Road to Ally Pally will be the World Darts Championship. This will take place on Wednesday 15 December 2021.
One player can win up to 5 tickets. If anyone has won 5 tickets, it is no longer possible to take part in a qualification game.
When a player creates additional accounts in order to win more tickets, the player is excluded from the End Game and his account will be blocked at Zweeler.
The End Game will be put live at least five days before the start.
If teams are tied in a qualifying game at a position that entitles you to a ticket, and there are more teams than tickets at the same position, the following rules will be decisive:
The team with the best performing sportsman individually. The team with the sportsman in his team with the most individual points will win the ticket. For example:
Team A has Michael van Gerwen with 70 points and Team B has Rob Cross with 60 points as a sportsman with the most points. Team A wins the ticket.
If the first sportsman has the same points in both teams, we will compare the next sportsman till we have a winner.
If both teams are identical there will be a play-off in the next qualifying game. If the next qualifying game for the playoff starts on the same day after the final result of the qualifying game, then the playoff will be postponed till the qualifying game after the next qualifying game. The player with the best team will win the ticket.
The playoff participants are allowed to create the maximum total of teams in the qualifying game. The team created for the playoff can also win a regular ticket in that qualifying game.
If both players have again a team which have the same points, rule A) will be applied to decide who wins the ticket. If both teams are again identical, then rule B) will be applied to decide who wins the ticket.
In case of an equal finish in the final qualifying game and A) is inconclusive, we will look at the total number of teams made for all qualifiers by that player. The player who created the most teams in all qualifiers will win the ticket. When this is also equal, we will draw to decide who gets the ticket.
On the calendar you can find all qualifying games, fee per team, maximum number of teams per player and the total of available tickets for the End Game of the Road to Ally Pally.
When you won a ticket, you can only win a prize when you created a team in the Road to Ally Pally Final. It is not possible to claim a prize based upon a ticket only.
When a player won his 6th, or more, ticket, this ticket will be given to the next in ranking.
When a player won his 6th, or more, ticket in multiple qualifiers which finished on same date and time, the following rules will be followed to give the ticket to the next in ranking:
We check first in which games all tickets are won.
Then the player will first get his maximum allowed tickets in the game with the lowest number on the Road to Ally Pally calendar.
The rest of the tickets will be given in the next game on the calendar. In this game we will also give the 6th, or more, ticket to the next in ranking.
If a player qualifies with one team for a playoff, he can only win one ticket in the playoff, even if he creates multiple teams in the playoff game. If a player qualifies with multiple teams for a playoff, he will be able to win the same total of tickets as he qualified for in the game.
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