Results

Poľsko - Darts Masters 06/15 17:10 3 Luke Littler v Peter Wright 6-3
Poľsko - Darts Masters 06/14 18:40 4 Peter Wright v Jacek Krupka 6-0
Players Championship 12 06/12 14:25 4 Danny Noppert v Peter Wright 6-3
Players Championship 12 06/12 12:40 6 Peter Wright v Jelle Klaasen 6-5
Players Championship 11 06/11 13:15 6 Peter Wright v Mervyn King 3-6
Nordic Masters 06/07 19:25 4 Peter Wright v Johan Engstrom 5-6
bet365 US Darts Masters 06/02 00:35 3 Gerwyn Price v Peter Wright 6-1
bet365 US Darts Masters 06/01 00:05 4 Peter Wright v Alex Spellman 6-5
European Tour 7 05/25 19:20 5 Peter Wright v Cameron Menzies 3-6
Premier League Darts 05/16 18:15 3 Luke Littler v Peter Wright 6-4
European Tour 6 05/11 18:05 5 Peter Wright v Andrew Gilding 2-6
Premier League Darts 05/09 18:40 3 Luke Littler v Peter Wright 6-1

Peter Stuart Wright (born 10 March 1970) is a Scottish professional darts player who plays in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), where he is currently ranked No. 8 in the world. Nicknamed "Snakebite", he is a two-time world champion, having won the PDC World Darts Championship in 2020 and 2022. He is also a World Matchplay champion and has been ranked as the World No. 1 in the PDC twice (both times occurring in 2022).

When he was 24, Wright qualified for the first round of the 1995 BDO World Darts Championship, but then stopped playing darts professionally, working instead as a builder and tyre fitter while competing in local darts leagues. He resumed his professional darts career in his late 30s, playing his first full schedule of PDC events in 2008. He qualified for his first PDC World Darts Championship in 2010, entered the top 16 for the first time in 2013, and reached his first world final in 2014, where he was runner-up to Michael van Gerwen. He won his first major PDC title at the 2017 UK Open; as of March 2024, he has won 14 televised events, including 8 major titles. On the PDC Pro Tour he has won 33 events and has won 47 PDC titles overall. He has hit one televised nine-dart finish, at the 2020 Premier League Darts.

Known for his flamboyant stage persona, Wright typically wears colourful attire, multicoloured Mohican hairstyles created by his hairdresser wife Joanne, and elaborate designs painted on his head. He is known for performing a sidestep dance before his matches to the song "Don't Stop the Party" by Pitbull.