Madars Razma is the overall winner of the PDCNB Pro Tour after the weekend in Latvia.
The weekend in Latvia has ended, and so there is a lot to round up.
Mindaugas Barauskas qualified for his first ever European Tour event at Friday, as he qualified for the European Darts Open, which is the second European event in 2020.
He had to beat Jesper Skovgaard and Niels Heinsøe, before winning 6-5 in the final against Veijo Viinikka.
At Saturday Madars Razma won the PDC Nordic & Baltic Pro Tour 9. The Latvian won 6-3 against fellow Tour Card holder Marko Kantele in the semi-final, before he won 6-5 against Veijo Viinikka in the final. Madars Razma impressed with a 155 checkout in the deciding leg.
As Darius Labanauskas lost against Veijo Viinikka in the quarter-final, Madars Razma overtook the spot as number one on the PDCNB Pro Tour Ranking.
Even though Darius Labanauskas won the PDCNB Pro Tour 10 at Sunday, he still couldn’t retake the number one position at the rankings, as Madars Razma reached the semi-final, in which he lost against Per Laursen.
Per Laursen, however, could not control Darius Labanauskas, who won the final by 6-2. In the semi-final, in which Darius Labanauskas was up against Marko Kantele, the Lithuanian averaged 103.0, which is the third highest registered average on the PDC Nordic & Baltic Pro Tour ever.
Thus the 2019 season has been concluded. It was the first time ever, that Madars Razma ended up as the overall winner of the PDC Nordic & Baltic Pro Tour.
The Latvian ended up winning four of the events this year. Darius Labanauskas also won four events, and Marko Kantele and Dennis Nilsson took one each.