The German Super League reaches its climax on Sunday, and all matches are available to watch exclusively live online. The…
The German Super League reaches its climax on Sunday, and all matches are available to watch exclusively live online.
The top domestic darters from across Germany have been competing in the German Super League over the past four weeks, now just eight remain in the running for the title.
The top four players from the two respective groups will go head-to-head in a knock-out format on Finals Day, with a place in this year’s PDC World Championship at stake.
The tournament was notably the first to be played in a traditional one board setup since March, though social distancing measures remain in place at the oche.
Group A winner and Germany’s top ranked star Gabriel Clemens will take on Manfred Bilderl in the Quarter-Finals, before last year’s champion and rising star Nico Kurz faces Kevin Munch.
Daniel Klose was the surprise package as in winning Group B and will now face two-time Lakeside semi-finalist Michael Unterbuchner, while PDC Tour Card Holder Steffen Siepmann will meet Dragutin Horvat.
Quarter-Finals are to be contested over the best of 15 legs, with Semi-Finals best of 17 and the final best of 19.
All matches are available to watch exclusively live online in the UK and various other regions.
German Super League Finals Day
Sunday June 14
Gabriel Clemens v Manfred Bilderl
Nico Kurz v Kevin Munch
Daniel Klose v Michael Unterbuchner
Steffen Siepmann v Dragutin Horvat
Clemens/Bilderl v Kurz/Munch
Klose/Unterbuchner v Siepmann/Horvat
How to watch the German Super League live online
1) Go to Bet365.com via this special link
2) Register an account and make a first deposit up to £100 to receive up to £100 in Bet Credits (18+, T&Cs apply)
3) Once registered, go to the sports homepage and select ‘live streaming’ from the top menu
4) The live streaming window will open, choose ‘Darts’ from the list and select the match in progress