Upcoming Darts Live Streaming Events
The first event of the new season sees the big names head to Bahrain for the first time for the Bahrain Darts Masters from January 12-13.
Eight leading PDC stars and eight Asian representatives will battle it out for the right to become the first name on the trophy and clinch the £20,000 top prize.
Newly crowned World Champion and world number one Michael Smith heads the field, alongside former World Champions Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld.
World number five Luke Humphries will make his World Series debut, with Belgian number one Dimitri Van den Bergh – a semi-finalist at Alexandra Palace – also set to star.
Jonny Clayton, a former Premier League and World Cup of Darts champion, completes the eight PDC representatives to compete at the Bahrain International Circuit.
The eight Asian representatives are headlined by Singapore legend Paul Lim, Japan’s recent World Championship representative Toru Suzuki and Bahrain qualifiers Bassim Mahmood and Abdulnaser Yusuf.
In addition, Japan’s Yuki Yamada, Philippines’ Alain Abiabi, India’s Nitin Kumar and Hong Kong’s Man Lok Leung will star in the event.
A live stream of all matches will be available to fans in the UK and various other regions worldwide.
2023 Live Darts Preview
The 2023 PDC calendar will see more than 170 days of events held worldwide, including a host of new destinations and an expanded Women’s Series.
Having returned to a full programme of events in 2022, the European Tour will once again see 13 tournaments taking place across the continent, commencing with a first visit to Kiel, Germany.
Eight events will be staged in Germany, along with visits to the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
An expanded PDC Women’s Series will see 24 events take place at venues in the UK and Germany across six double-header weekends, with places in televised events – including the Women’s World Matchplay and World Darts Championship – on offer.
Following the conclusion of the 2022/23 World Darts Championship, focus initially turns to the PDC Qualifying Schools, which will be held in the UK and Germany from January 9-15.
The opening televised event of the new season will see the PDC break new ground with the Bahrain Darts Masters – the first of five international events confirmed for the 2023 World Series of Darts.
A busy start to the year continues as the World Series heads straight to Copenhagen before the world’s top 24 players compete in The Masters from January 27-29 in Milton Keynes.
The Premier League Darts campaign will begin in Belfast on February 2, the first of 16 league phase nights, before reaching its climax with the Play-Offs in London on May 25.
The UK Open will take place from March 3-5 at Butlin’s Minehead Resort, while the World Cup of Darts will take place in Frankfurt from June 15-18, before the world’s top stars head to Blackpool for the World Matchplay from July 15-23.
The second staging of the Women’s World Matchplay will also take place on July 23 as eight talents of the women’s game take to the Winter Gardens stage.
Amsterdam will once again play host to the World Series of Darts Finals from September 15-17, before Leicester plays host to the World Grand Prix from October 2-8.
The top 32 players on the European Tour Order of Merit will head to Dortmund for the European Championship from October 26-29, while the Grand Slam of Darts is set to take place from November 11-19 in Wolverhampton.
A total of 30 Players Championship events will be played across 2023, including weekends in Hildesheim and, for the first time, Leicester.
The top 64 players on the Players Championship Order of Merit will advance to Minehead for the Players Championship Finals, taking place from November 24-26.
The season will then culminate with the World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace in December and January, with a live stream available in selected regions.
How to live stream darts
Accessing Bet365’s darts live stream is quick and easy and is available to users in various territories worldwide.
The Bet365 live streaming service is included in the Bet365 app, meaning it is available on both IOS and Android, as well as on desktop and tablet.
There is no charge for watching Bet365’s PDC Darts live streaming, but there are some requirements you must meet in order to watch live darts online. You must have a funded account with Bet365 or have placed a bet within the last 24 hours.
To access the live darts streaming, simply:
- Go to Bet365.com via this special link
- 2) Register an account, place a £10 first bet and get £50 in Free Bets* (18+ only, T&Cs apply)
- Once registered, go to the sports homepage and select ‘Darts’ from the left-hand menu
- Select the play icon next to the match in progress and the stream window will appear
*18+ only. New Customers only. Bet £10* & Get £50* in Free Bets. Sign up, deposit between £5* and £10* to your account and bet365 will give you five times that value in Free Bets when you place qualifying bets to the same value and they are settled. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits. Min odds/bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. T&Cs, time limits & exclusions apply. BeGambleAware.org. *or currency equivalent.