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The 2020 annual PDC Darts tournament calendar features more than 150 days of competition worldwide.
Following Qualifying School, the season traditionally kicks off with The Masters in late January.
That is proceeded by Premier League Darts, which runs from February to May, with matches held every Thursday night.
The UK Open is held at Butlins Minehead in March, featuring all 128 PDC Tour Card holders.
There are 13 European Tour events held throughout the year, as well as 30 Players Championship events, all streamed exclusively live online.
The World Matchplay is held at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens in late July, before the World Grand Prix and European Championship in October.
The Grand Slam of Darts and Players Championship Finals take place in November before the World Darts Championship in December.
World Series events are held globally throughout the year, with a triple-header in Australia/New Zealand in August and a trip to New York in June.
The World Cup of Darts is the only event on the PDC calendar to feature pairs matches, with 32 nations battling it out for glory.
In addition, there are also multiple Challenge Tour and Development Tour weekends throughout the year.
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