Where to Watch Darts Premier League 2023 on TV or Live Streams

With the 2023 Darts Premier League swinging into action, it means that darts fans, both new and old, are faced with the question of “Where to watch?” As one of the leading events of the year, the 2023 Darts Premier League provides a prestigious title for players to chase down.

Fans want to be able to be a part of the hot darts betting action both pre-match and in-play. Whether you are looking to watch the tournament on TV, or catch it live on an online streaming platform, seeing the players unleash their arrows can dictate darts betting strategies.

Keep Up With The Action

To keep up with all the excitement of Premier League Darts 2023, streaming services have become increasingly popular. It offers a convenient way to watch the players do their business at the oche.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the sport or just want to catch a glimpse of your favourite player on the night, here’s where you can watch the Darts Premier League 2023 streaming online.

Tune in for an exciting night of dart-throwing and never miss a minute of the action by visiting the official PDC website. They have broadcasts of the live weekly action from the Premier League Darts but do require a subscription for access. Be sure to follow the PDC’s official website and social media accounts for live updates and exclusive content.

Also, look for live-streaming options at your favourite bookmaker for darts action. Being able to watch and bet at the same source, can help things move smoothly along on the night. It’s a feature that is worth checking out for all of your sports betting.

TV Broadcasters

The 2023 Darts Premier League is one of the most exciting sporting events of the year, and you won’t want to miss it! You can watch the tournament live on TV through the official broadcaster of the tournament in the UK which is Sky Sports. ESPN and Fox Sports have the rights in the US.

Some other countries may also have the rights to broadcast the event, so be sure to check your local listings. Again if you’d rather stream the tournament, you can do so via the official Darts Premier League website or through various streaming services depending on your locale.

Premier League Darts Overview

The Darts Premier League is an annual event featuring eight of the world’s best professional players. The tournament is highly anticipated by darts fans each year and the 2023 edition is no different as Michael van Gerwen attempts to defend his crown.

Mighty Mike is the joint most successful player of all time in the Darts Premier League. The Dutchman has won it six times in his ten completed seasons. If Van Gerwen lands the title again in 2023 he will move ahead of all-time great Phil Taylor at the top of the charts.

There are sixteen weeks of the regular Premier League Darts season, and it travels mostly around the UK but also branches out to Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands. Each night features a knockout bracket, with points earned for the finishing position on the night.

Maximum points go to the Night Winner, so every week there is something to play for in the exciting new format, which was introduced in 2022. The top four players in the standings at the end of the season move through to Finals night.

Once the dust has settled on the regular season, then in May fans can watch the final four duke it out on Finals night at the world-famous Alexandra Palace in London. The two semi-final matches and the Final are all played on the night.

If you’re looking to watch the Darts Premier League 2023, don’t miss out on all the excitement! You can keep up with all the action by tuning in to the live broadcast or streaming the games online.

2023 Premier League Darts Match Dates

The 16 weeks of Darts Premier League will be taking place on various dates throughout the Spring of 2023. Check the dates so that you don’t miss any action. The first arrows of the night are thrown at 7:10 pm.

2nd February 2023 – Belfast, SSE Arena
9th February 2023 – Cardiff, Cardiff International Arena
16th February 2023 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
23rd February 2023 – Dublin, 3Arena
2nd March 2023 – Exeter, Westpoint Arena
9th March 2023 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
16th March 2023 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
23rd March 2023 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
30th March 2023 – Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
6th April 6 2023 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
13th April 2023 – Brighton, The Brighton Centre
20th April 2023 – Rotterdam, Rotterdam Ahoy
27th April 2023 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
4th May 2023 – Manchester, AO Arena
11th May 2023 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
18th May 2023 – Aberdeen, P&J Live
25th May 2023 – London, The O2

All matches will be televised on Sky Sports in the UK, as well as other online streaming services in other countries. Don’t miss a minute of the action and tune in to watch your favourite players compete and find out who will be crowned the 2023 Darts Premier League Champion.

Premier League Darts Final

2023 Darts Premier League Venues

The Darts Premier League 2023 may be arriving at a venue near you, so you can turn up and watch the live action. But that’s not accessible for everyone, but that doesn’t mean that fans have to miss out on the action thanks to TV and live-streaming coverage.

Once again this year, the competition will be taking place at various locations throughout the United Kingdom and beyond. The venues are selected for their size and atmosphere, ensuring each game is an exciting and memorable experience.

From Alexandra Palace in London to the Berlin Arena in Berlin, be sure to check out all the venues and find the perfect place to watch your favourite players battle for the championship title.

Get ready for the Darts Premier League and witness the best players in the world compete!

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About the author

Lee Jackson

Lee has been a freelance sports writer for over a decade and is a massive sports fan, following Chelsea in the Premier League and Gloucester in Premiership Rugby. Few sports events get him more excited than Ashes cricket, however.

Lee has followed darts since the good old days of Eric Bristow and John Lowe producing highlight moments at the World Championships on dark winter nights.