The PDC World Darts Championship is set to kick-off this week as some of the world's best darts players go for the title of world champion. This year will see the highest number of players take part in the tournament so far, at 96 pros (including two female players), who are going for a £2.5 million prize fund that's up for grabs. And you can live stream darts from World Championship using this handy guide.
This year sees the new layout with extra players battling it out across 95 games that span 28 afternoon and evening sessions over 20 days. In something of a new era for the game of darts, 2018 will be the first since Phil 'the Power' Taylor retired, and the last for Dutch legend Raymond van Barneveld.
Rob Cross is the champion after his victory over Taylor in last year's final. That said, he's still only seeded second, with the awesome Michael van Gerwen favourite once again to take home the world title for a third time. Scotland's Peter Wright and Gary Anderson, as third and fourth seeds shouldn't be discounted though, the latter also seeking a third win at Ally Pally.
After winning the UK & Ireland's Women's World Championship qualifier, England's Lisa Ashton will make her World Darts Championship debut this year. She will be joined by three-time women's world champion Anastasia Dobromyslova.
If you want to catch all the action, you've come to the right place. Read on to find out how to watch a World Darts Championship live stream from anywhere you fancy using whatever device you like best – it's even FREE to do so in some territories.
How to live stream darts from anywhere in the world with a VPN
How to watch the World Darts Championship: live stream in the UK
How to watch the World Darts Championship: US live stream
How to watch the World Darts Championship in the Netherlands
How to watch the World Darts Championship: Australia live stream
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