The greatest players on the planet battle it out at the 2021/22 World Darts Championship, and a live stream is…
The greatest players on the planet battle it out at the 2021/22 World Darts Championship, and a live stream is available for all matches.
The 29th staging of the PDC World Championship will feature the top 32 players from the PDC Order of Merit, the next highest 32 ranked players from the ProTour Order of Merit, plus a further 32 International Qualifiers.
The First Round sees the 32 ProTour Order of Merit Qualifiers pitted against the 32 international and domestic Qualifiers, with the winners set to take on the top 32 seeded players from the PDC Order of Merit in Round Two.
Following a three-day Christmas break, the third and fourth rounds will be held from December 27-30, with the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and final held from January 1-3.
Gerwyn Price is the defending champion and number one seed for the first time after he defeated Gary Anderson in January’s final to add his name to the sport’s history books.
The world number one is bidding to become only the fourth player to successfully defend the PDC World Championship title since the event began back in 1994.
Price is situated in the same quarter of the draw as Welsh compatriot and current Masters Premier League and World Grand Prix champion Jonny Clayton.
Michael van Gerwen is the number three seed and is looking to claim this title for the fourth time, having gone 13 months without major televised ranking silverware.
Peter Wright, the 2020 World Champion, returns to Ally Pally as the number two seed, having won the World Matchplay and Players Championship Finals titles in 2021.
Two-time World Champions Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis are on a potential collision course to meet in the Second Round, while five-time World Champion Raymond van Barneveld makes his return to the sport’s show-piece after coming out of retirement this year.
Rob Cross, the 2018 World Champion, is aiming to back up October’s European Championship triumph, while former world finalists in action include Michael Smith and Simon Whitlock.
All matches will be available to watch live on laptop, mobile and tablet in various other regions worldwide.
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