The qualification for the European Tour 3 will not be held, as the new European calender has made it impossible.
Many have asked about the missing qualifier for the European Tour 3. Here is the explanation:
As PDC completed the European calender for 2020, they decided to put the 13th tournament, the Belgian Darts Championship, as the first tournament on the calender. This means, that when we had the qualifier for the European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen in October and the European Darts Open in Leverkusen earlier this month, the two tournaments was considered as ET1 and ET2, but with the new Belgian addition, they are now ET2 and ET3 instead.
Therefore we will still see Daniel Larsson at the European Darts Grand Prix and Mindaugas Barauskas at the European Darts Open. This also means, that the PDC Nordic & Baltic will not be represented at the Belgian Darts Championship.
The tournament will be held from February 28th until March 1st. And as our first tournament-weekend will be held in the same weekend, we cannot reach to set up a qualifier for the event.
So to make it short: We will not be sending a player to the ET1, we will see Daniel Larsson at ET2 and Mindaugas Barauskas at ET3, and therefore, we will start the weekend in Finland with a qualifier for the ET4.