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The staggering amount Luke Littler has earned in darts ALREADY after the 17-year-old sensation scooped £275,000 from his Premier League final triumph over Luke Humphries.


It’s been a sensational five months for Luke Littler, who capped it off by winning the Premier League Darts Championship on Thursday night to become the youngest title winner in the competition’s history.

Fast forward to January and Littler shocked the sporting world by reaching the final of the PDC World Championship as a 16-year-old before being beaten by Luke Humphries but still pocketing £200,000 as runner-up.

He exacted his revenge by comfortably defeating rivals Humphries 11-7 in the prestigious Premier League competition to complete a remarkable debut campaign in the event.

In his celebration speech, Littler challenged those who doubted him and the rewards he won in all the tournaments in 2024 were revealed.

The 17-year-old was featured in Forbes’ 30 under 30 list earlier this year and continued to line his pockets with riches as he pocketed £275,000 on Thursday.

Luke Littler claimed a £275,000 bonus after winning the Premier League on Thursday

Littler's meteoric rise continued as he became the youngest ever Premier League champion

Littler’s meteoric rise continued as he became the youngest ever Premier League champion

Littler is closing in on millionaire status after a sensational five months of darts

Littler is closing in on millionaire status after a sensational five months of darts

Littler also banked £40,000 after four competitions in Belfast, Manchester, Liverpool and Aberdeen.

His total PDC earnings rank is now £303,500 for the season.

It was the latest six-figure sum earned by Littler as he continues his rise to the top of the darts world in his debut year on the Premier League tour.

His previous run to the World Championship final was the first major prize money of Littler’s career and he quickly went on to collect thousands as he became a rising darts star.

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Victory at the Bahrain Masters saw Littler beat three-time world champion Michael van Gerwen in January to claim another £20,000.

A further £10,000 followed for the Warrington-born star at the Dutch Masters, keeping the numbers tallied as he became the most popular player on tour.

Littler showed no signs of slowing down as he went on to claim another high-profile scalp in the former Rob Cross at the Belgian Open, picking up another £30,000.

Further earnings came in the form of £15,000 after reaching the quarter-finals of the UK Open, along with another £15,000 for winning the ProTour Players Championship.

Littler also won £20,000 in January after winning the Bahrain Masters

Littler also won £20,000 in January after winning the Bahrain Masters

Littler's first big pay came in January when he won £200,000 for finishing second in the PDC World Championship.

Littler’s first big pay came in January when he won £200,000 for finishing second in the PDC World Championship.

Thursday’s win was his biggest ever Littler’s 2024 now stands at £648,500 after an amazing five months of darts.

Speaking to Sky Sports after winning his inaugural Premier League crown at the O2 Arena on Thursday, Littler said: “To all the doubters, don’t doubt me anymore! I just picked this up.

“It’s great to win, but in front of my family and girlfriend! I do not know what to do.

“I hit nine darts in the World Series and so did Phil (Taylor) — now I hit one in the Finals and so did he.



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