Gary Anderson Net Worth and Darts Prize Money

How much does Gary Anderson earn as a darts professional?

As a two-time PDC world champion, Gary Anderson is one of the best dart players in the world. The down-to-earth Scot has been playing at a consistently high level for years and has become an indispensable part of the top 10 in the world darts rankings. “The Fyling Scotsman” was able to get involved in his career Darts prize money of 4.88 million euros earn. In addition, there is also high sponsorship money and the big money from the dart exhibitions, where the players are paid as crowd pullers for show tournaments. The cherished Gary Anderson net worth is € 4.5 million.

Gary Anderson’s career


Gary Anderson net worth
Gary already played darts in 2000 in the BDO (British Darts Organization) and was able to draw attention to himself with several major victories in 2007 and 2008. It was not until 2009 that the Scot switched to the more professional darts league PDC (Professional Darts Corporation)in which he still earns his money. At the PDC World Championship 2011, Anderson caused a furore with his surprising entry into the finals. However, he had to admit defeat to Adrian Lewis in the final. Nevertheless, there was already a second place £ 100,000 in prize money.

Gary Anderson has been an integral part of darts since then. He won several major tournaments and in the following years was crowned darts world champion for the first time in 2015. In the thrilling final, he defeated darts legend Phil Taylor 7: 6 and took home £ 250,000 in prize money. The 2016 World Cup title defense should only be a matter of form, because Gary settled the open score with Adrian Lewis from 2011 and beat him 7: 5 in the final. For the second world title there was already 300,000 pounds in prize money.

In 2017 the Flying Scotsman was able to reach the World Cup final again, but a strong Michael van Gerwen could not be defeated (result: 3: 7). Still, Gary put £ 160,000 in his own pockets as runner-up. 2018 ended in the quarter-finals, in 2019 in the semi-finals and in 2020 even in the second round.

At the 2021 World Cup, the two-time world champion was again in the final against Gerwyn Price, but had no chance with a score of 7: 3. Consolation prize money: £ 200,000.

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