(Updated after Amsterdam EGP 2016 - EGP series 2016)
The statistics related to points are calculated based on the real number of points awarded at every tournament. In 1986 and 1987 less players (top 6 instead of top 10) received less points (90 instead of 200 for the winner). These points have been taken into account for the statistics calculation.
Throughout the years 366 players scored points, that is over one-third of all players that ever participated in a tournament. 26 of them crossed the amount of 1000 points.
28 different countries are represented among the players.
Points (country / individual)
Some countries have many players who scored points over the years, other countries had less players (but with a higher average). It is predictable that countries hosting an EGP tournament are higher in this list than others. Japan is the exception in this list at position 7.
26 players scored points in 10 or more seasons. No one managed to score in all seasons, but some are very close.
Points (recent scoring)
It is hard to score EGP points year after year. Since the new bi-yearly cycle was introduced in 2010 this has even become a lot harder. Players now have to travel abroad to mark points every year. Especially Italian, Swedish, Danish and Polish players were heavily influenced by this. At the moment only 8 players managed to score at least the last 5 seasons. Arthur Juigner can join the list in 2017.