Luke Littler’s astonishing earnings revealed after Premier League Darts win as teen earns THOUSANDS per day

NINE-DART HERO Luke Littler has earned more than £4,400 per day in prize money since becoming a professional darts player.

The newly-crowned Premier League champion has enjoyed a meteoric rise on the oche over the past six months.

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instagramThe teenage sensation scooped £275,000 by winning the Premier League on Thursday[/caption]

Since the start of this year – today is day 145 of 2024 – he has won £648,500 solely from his exceptional exploits throwing darts in competitive action.

For the 17-year-old, who was sitting his GCSEs this time last year, that works out to be about £31,300-a-week since he became a full-time member of the PDC circuit.

These are staggering numbers but Littler is fully justifying that hype, memorably winning the Prem on Thursday night on his debut appearance.

That incredible 11-7 victory over Luke Humphries saw a wonderful nine-dart finish in leg 11, moments after he had come out of the toilet during a TV ad break.

The PDC will now send him a cheque for £275,000 for the sensational success at the O2 Arena after 17 weeks travelling to venues in seven different countries.

This is the second-highest prize on the circuit after the £500,000 jackpot for the World Darts Championship.

He will also receive a £40,000 bonus for his four nightly successes in Belfast, Manchester, Liverpool and Aberdeen.

On the two-year rolling PDC Order of Merit, Littler is up to 25th spot with £303,500 of official ranking tournament cash against his name.


That includes the £200,000 cheque for losing 7-4 to Cool Hand Luke in the World final at Ally Pally.

It also includes £15,000 for reaching the quarter-finals of the UK Open, the FA Cup of Darts, and £15,000 for winning his first-ever ProTour Players Championship in February in Wigan.

When The Nuke overcame Rob Cross 8-7 in the final of the Belgian Darts Open on his debut on the PDC European Tour in March, the winners’ pot for that was £30,000.

On top of that, he was handed £20,000 for triumphing at the Bahrain Darts Masters in January and £10,000 for making the final of the Dutch Darts Masters.

Those are both invitational events – glorified exhibitions really – and the money is not added to his PDC Order of Merit tally.

As it stands, because he is not defending anything from the past two years, Littler will qualify for the 32-player Betfred World Matchplay finals in Blackpool in July.

Inside Littler’s massive rise

LUKE LITTLER has taken the darts world by storm since exploding onto the scene at the PDC World Championship.

The Nuke reached the final on his Ally Pally debut at just 16 years of age – smashing records along the way.

He has since joined Jude Bellingham on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list.

And the teenage titan even had to snub an invite from the WWE.

The Sun exclusively revealed that Littler is plotting to create a fitness empire.

He is also cashing in away from the Oche thanks to an Instagram side hustle.

And he’s even the face of a brand new cereal.

The wonderkid has now cemented his place among the tungsten elite by winning the Premier League Darts final – and the £275k top prize.

Check out all of our Luke Littler stories here.

The winner of the Phil Taylor Trophy gets £200,000 and in this current form, few would bet against Littler not challenging for that prestigious crown.

The figures mentioned are separate to the commercial contracts he has struck since that epic world champ run.

His team have agreed deals for Littler to be the face of boohooMan clothing company and new cereal brand BEST.

In February, Littler signed the ‘biggest deal in darts’ after agreeing a multi-year partnership with loyal sponsors Target Darts.

It means his overall earnings will have edged closer to the £1 million mark – and we are not even halfway through 2024 yet.

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RexThe Nuke has earned an average of £31,300-a-week so far in 2024[/caption]

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