The BWF World Tour Finals, officially HSBC BWF World Tour Finals, which succeeds BWF Super Series Finals, is an annual badminton tournament which is held every December of a year where the players with the most points from that calendar year's events of the BWF World Tour compete for total prize money of at least US$ 1,500,000.
The tournament offers minimum total prize money of USD$1,500,000. The prize money is distributed via the following formula:
|Round||Men's singles||Women's singles||Men's doubles||Women's doubles||Mixed doubles|
|3rd in Group||1.10%||1.10%||1.30%||1.30%||1.30%|
|4th in Group||0.60%||0.60%||0.70%||0.70%||0.70%|
Main article: BWF World Ranking
Below is the point distribution for each phase of the tournament based on the BWF points system for the BWF World Tour Final event.
|Winner(s)||Runner(s)-up||Semi-finalists||3rd in group stage||4th in group stage|
At the end of the BWF World Tour circuit, top eight players/pairs in the BWF World Tour standing of each discipline, with the maximum of two players/pairs from the same member association, are required to play in a final tournament known as the BWF World Tour Finals.
If two or more players are tie in ranking, the selection of players will based on the following criteria:
|Edition||Year||Host city||Men's singles||Women's singles||Men's doubles||Women's doubles||Mixed doubles|
|1st||2018||Guangzhou||Shi Yuqi||P. V. Sindhu|| Li Junhui
| Misaki Matsutomo
| Wang Yilyu|
|2nd||2019||Kento Momota||Chen Yufei|| Mohammad Ahsan
| Chen Qingchen
| Zheng Siwei|
|3rd||2020||Pak Kret, Bangkok||Anders Antonsen||Tai Tzu-ying|| Lee Yang
| Lee So-hee
| Dechapol Puavaranukroh|
|4th||2021||Nusa Dua, Bali||Viktor Axelsen||An Se-young|| Takuro Hoki
| Kim So-yeong|