PDC: Who Is James Wilson Darts Player? His Wikipedia

James Wilson, better known as his nickname Jammy Dodger is featured on the official page of Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).

Besides that, the prominent seeded darts player is already highlighted on the accepted media platform Wikipedia.

Despite rising to prominence and gaining a world rank of four, he was unseeded on his World Championship debut appearance.

In round one, he was drawn against a top high seed player named Stephen Bunting. He took the lead with 2-1, yet, at long last, lost with 2-3. 

 

With a resilient mindset, the darts player followed his form in the following year. He made up in the second rank worldwide.

The second-seeded darts player of 2013 reached the final of the World Masters, beating two players Jan Dekker and Robbie Green.

Later in the same year, he allegedly brought down Bunting with 5-1 during the finals of the Zuiderduin Masters.

With the demolishment of Bunting, the darts player made his way to the World Championship as the second seed player.

During the 1st round of the World Championship, he demolished the previous world champion, Christian Kist and Scott Mitchell in the second.

However, he lost in the quarter-final against Alan Norris with 5-2. In the quarter-final, he hit three 11 dart legs and averaged 99.06.

Fast-forward to 2014; he set foot in World Masters as the number one seed. However, he miserably lost with 3-0 to Mark McGeeney.

James Wilson Age And Net Worth

The 2013 dart World Masters finalist James Wilson's age turned 49 years early on the first quarter this year.

 

In the concrete, the English darts player will be celebrating his next birthday in two months now, on the 25th of February.

Furthermore, speaking of his net worth, it is estimated at least $5 million. That being said, the exact figures remain under the radar. 

At the age of 49, the distinguished darts player must celebrate and live his life to the fullest with his family.

Meet James Wilson On Twitter. 

James Wilson is approachable on Twitter under the username JammyDodger180. His account boasts over 7.7k followers presently.

The English darts player joined the platform almost seven years ago, in January 2015. At present, he follows 14 personalities on the stage.

Apart from Twitter, he isn't within easy reach on several social networking platforms at the time being.