The World Darts Championship returns to London’s Alexandra Palace. Three weeks of action will see 96 players competing across 28 sessions. The World Championship final takes place on New Years Day, with a top prize for winner of £500,000. The PDC World Darts Championship is been held at Alexandra Palace in London, UK.

PDC World Darts Championship: How to watch World Darts Championship – TV, live stream

Where to watch PDC World Darts Championship

In US and Canada you can watch the event on DAZN, in Europe you can try DAZN Germany, Switzerland, Austria or DAZN España. Below are the ways you can watch PDC World Darts Championship around the world on TV:
UK Sky Sports
Australia Fox Sports, Kayo Sports
Austria DAZN
Brasil DAZN Brasil
Canada DAZN Canada
China CCTV Madison
Croatia SPTV
Czech Republic Nova SPORT
Denmark TV3 Sport
Estonia TVPlay Sports +
France L'equipe
Germany DAZN, SPORT1
Greece Fox Sports
Holland RTL
Hungary Sport 1
Iceland Stöð 2 Sport 2
Italy DAZN Italia
Latvia TVPlay Sports +
Lithuania TVPlay Sports +, TV3 Sport
New Zealand Sky Sport
Russia Match TV
Saudi Arabia GSA Live
Spain DAZN España
Sweden Viaplay
Switzerland DAZN Schweiz
UK Sky Sports

Event format, Prize fund

  • First Round - Best of five sets (no tie-break)
  • Second Round - Best of five sets
  • Third Round - Best of seven sets
  • Fourth Round - Best of seven sets
  • Quarter-Finals - Best of nine sets
  • Semi-Finals - Best of 11 sets
  • Final - Best of 13 sets

  • The prize money for the tournament is £2,500,000 in total. The winner's prize money is £500,000.
  • Winner - £500,000
  • Runner-up - £200,000
  • Semi-finalists - £100,000
  • Quarter-finalists - £50,000
  • Fourth round losers - £35,000
  • Third round losers - £25,000
  • Second round losers - £15,000
  • First round losers - £7,500

  • World Darts Championship: Who will win

    Michael Van Gerwen, NL(#1 seed) is the heavy favourite to win the Darts World Championship. He is also defending world champion.

    Rob Cross, England (#2 seed)has won the title in 2017-18 by storm. This year he won World Matchplay and European Championship titles.

    Gerwyn Price, Wales (#3 seed) has elevated his game to a whole new level and comes into this tournament in the form of his life. He recently successfully defended the Grand Slam of Darts title with some superb performances, beating Van Gerwen in the semi-finals and Peter Wright in the final.

    Peter Wright, Scotland (#7 seed) is also contender for the final stages. He has lost early on at Alexandra Palace in each of the last two years and he should avoid that fate this time.
    You can find all the actual World Darts Championship fixtures with TV guide here.