Danish Darts Open 2019 live stream: The essential guide of how to watch live online

Jamie Shaw in PDC Darts News 16 Jun 2019
Don’t miss this weekend’s live-streamed action (credit:Kelly Deckers/PDC Europe)

PDC European Tour action continues in Copenhagen this weekend, with all matches available to watch exclusively live on desktop or mobile devices.

1. Visit Bet365.com

2. Register an account and deposit (T&Cs apply, must be 18+)
3. Go to Live streaming > Darts
The eighth of 13 live-streamed Euro Tour events this season will feature 48 players battling it out for the £25,000 title at the Brøndbyhallen.
The field is comprised of the top 16 entrants from the PDC ProTour Order of Merit (seeded through to the Second Round) plus a further 18 UK Qualifiers, six European qualifiers, two West & South European qualifiers, two Host Nation qualifiers, two Nordic & Baltic qualifiers, one East European qualifier and the top-ranked PDCNB player without a Tour Card.
With no Michael van Gerwen in action this weekend, a host of in-form hopefuls will be out to seize their opportunity and claim glory, with only three different players having won the opening seven events.
Ian White heads to Copenhagen having won back-to-back European Tour titles and is seeded number one, ahead of German Championship winner Daryl Gurney.
Rob Cross, Peter Wright, James Wade and Mensur Suljovic are among the other seeded stars, while notable qualifiers include Michael Smith, Glen Durrant, Nathan Aspinall and Chris Dobey.

The tournament runs from June 14-16 and is streamed exclusively live on desktop or mobile devices to fans in the UK and various other regions.

Must be 18+, T&Cs apply. Be Gamble Aware.

How to watch European Tour Darts live online

2) Register an account and make a first deposit up to £100 to receive up to £100 in Bet Credits (18+ only, T&Cs apply)
3) Once registered, go to the homepage and select ‘Live Streaming’
4) From the drop-down menu, choose ‘Darts’ and select the match in progress