Devon Petersen Career 

Devon Petersen (born 4 June 1986) is the only African professional darts player in the world. He was born in Mitchell's Plain, Cape Town which he discovered his talents at a young age. The dream was always to become a Professional sportsperson as his sports craze family had a huge influence on this and the sport he chose just so happened to be darts. His talents was identified by all within the South African ranks being the youngest player to be selected and play for the Western Province and South African men's team. This performance is due to Devon's discipline and dedication to practicing 4 hours a day with different practice regimes to increase accuracy and focus. The rise of Devon Petersen could not be contained breaking records and achieving all non professional accolades in just 5 years of playing. The move to Professional Darts Corporation was a formality after achieving honours in all possible events available to him. He qualified for the PDC World Championship on three occasions with his best result coming in 2014 when he reached the last 16. Devon Petersen has since made a permanent move to reside in United Kingdom to pursue the goal of becoming the champion of the world.

Career Achievements

  • Professional Tour Card x2 (Africa's only Professional dart player)
  • PDC World Cup selection x 4
  • Protea World Cup selection
  • Protea Zone 6 selection
  • Western Province selection x4

Professional Career  World Ch'ship

  • Last 64: 2011
  • Last 32: 2012
  • Last 16: 2014
  • Last 64: 2016
  • Last 64: 2017
  • Last 64: 2018
  • Last 16: 2019
  • Last 64: 2020

European Championship

  • Last 32: 2016

UK Open

  • Quarter Final: 2015
  • Last 64 :2017
  • Last 96: 2019

Players Ch'ship Finals

  • Last 64: 2016
  • Last 64: 2019

Non Professional Career 

  • PDC World South African Masters winner x3
  • Zone 6 African Singles winner
  • Zone 6 African Masters singles winner Zone 6 African Team event winner
  • South African Singles winner
  • South African doubles winner
  • South African National winner x 3
  • Western Province Singles winner x3
  • Western Province doubles winner x2
  • Western Province Team event winner x 4