Next generation of neutrino telescopes currently under construction are drastically improving their ability to constrain the annihilation cross-section of dark matter. In this talk after introducing an angular power spectrum analysis method for future sensitivity of a KM3NeT-like neutrino telescope, we will discuss the implications of results on the various particle dark matter models. Particular attention will be made on the assessment of limits complementing the current direct dark matter detection and gamma ray searches. We will emphasise that future neutrino telescopes will be able to competitively probe significant portions of parameter space and therefore will provide critical complementary information on the dark matter searches.
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