How to watch 2023 PDC World Darts Championship live online


The largest darts event of the year is about to begin, and Peter Wright will face Michael Smith in an attempt to retain the title he won for the second time in the previous year.

With the schedule, results, round-ups, statistics, and information on how players qualify, you can follow this year’s spectacle as it happens here. We also have a hefty history section with information on previous winners, nine-dart finishes, and tournament statistics.

Event Details:

  • What: World Darts Championship
  • Start Date: December 15 to January 3, 2023.
  • Time: Check below
  • Where: Alexandra Palace (London, UK)
  • TV: SkySport (UK)

2023 PDC World Darts Championship schedule & Start Times

(According to SportingNews)

Friday, December 23 — Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

Brendan Dolan vs. Jimmy Hendriks (Round 2)

Chris Dobey vs. Martijn Kleermaker (Round 2)

Ross Smith vs. Darius Labanauskas (Round 2)

Rob Cross vs. Scott Williams (Round 2)

Friday, December 23 — Evening Session from 19:00 GMT

Martin Schindler vs. Martin Lukeman (Round 2)

Danny Noppert vs. David Cameron (Round 2)

Jonny Clayton vs. Danny van Trijp (Round 2)

Joe Cullen vs. Ricky Evans (Round 2)

Tuesday, December 27 — Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

Dimitri Van den Bergh vs. Krzysztof Ratajski (Round 3)

Nathan Aspinall vs. Josh Rock (Round 3)

Clayton/van Trijp vs. Brendan Dolan (Round 3)

Tuesday, December 27 — Evening Session from 19:00 GMT

Jim Williams vs. Gabriel Clemens (Round 3)

Gerwyn Price vs. Raymond van Barneveld (Round 3)

Peter Wright vs. Kim Huybrechts (Round 3)

Wednesday, December 28 – Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

Ryan Searle vs. Jose de Sousa (Round 3)

Noppert/Cameron vs. Alan Soutar (Round 3)

Gary Anderson vs. Chris Dobey (Round 3)

Wednesday, December 28 — Evening Session from 19:00 GMT

Cullen/Evans vs. Damon Heta (Round 3)

Michael van Gerwen vs. Mensur Suljovic (Round 3)

Michael Smith vs. Schindler/Lukeman (Round 3)

Thursday, December 29 — Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

Dirk van Duijvenbode vs. Ross Smith (Round 3)

Cross/S. Williams vs. Mervyn King (Round 3)

Dave Chisnall vs. Stephen Bunting (Round 3)

Thursday, December 29 — Evening Session from 19:00 GMT

Luke Humphries vs. Vincent van der Voort (Round 3)

2x round 4 matches

Friday, December 30 — Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

3x round 4 matches

Friday, December 30 — Evening Session from 19:00 GMT

3x round 4 matches

Sunday, January 1 — Afternoon Session from 12:30 GMT

2x quarter-finals

Sunday, January 1 — Evening Session from 19:30 GMT

2x quarter-finals

Monday, January 2 from 19:30 GMT

2x semi-finals

Tuesday, January 3 from 20:00 GMT


For more updates, results, and game previews follow SkySPorts

There will be no tie-break in the first round of matches; instead, the fifth set will be sudden-death if it is tied after two legs.

Beginning with the Second Round, a tie-break system will be used in all matches; two straight legs must win the last set. A sudden-death leg will be played if the final set score is tied at 5-5.

PDC World Darts Championship Prize Money

  • Winner: £500,000
  • Runner-Up: £200,000
  • Semi-Final: £100,000
  • Quarter-Final: £50,000
  • Fourth Round: £35,000
  • Third Round: £25,000
  • Second Round: £15,000
  • First Round: £7,500
  • TOTAL: £2,500,000

PDC World Darts Championship 2022/23: What is the format?

  • Final: Best of 13 sets
  • Semi-Final: Best of 11 sets
  • Quarter-Final: Best of nine sets
  • Fourth Round: Best of seven sets
  • Third Round: Best of seven sets
  • Second Round: Best of five sets
  • First Round: Best of five sets

How to watch PDC World Darts Championship Live and stream in the USA & anywhere online

There are many ways for many regions to watch the 2022/23 PDC World Championship. In the USA and Canada, there is no TV channels to cover the PDC Championship 2023, but you can stream via DAZN.

Every throw of every session will be broadcast live on a dedicated Sky Sports Darts channel in the United Kingdom, on the other hand, Fox Sports and Sky Sport will cover 2023 PDC Drats in Australia and New Zealand.

Here’s the best way to watch the complete 2022/23 PDC Drats Championship on your pc, TV, MAC, or any home device from anywhere by taking a PPV official Drat subscription on PDCTV

Here’s the World Darts Championship TV channel & live stream guide

Country UK USA Canada Australia New Zealand
Time 12:30 / 19:00 GMT 07:30 / 14:00 ET 07:30 / 14:00 ET 23:00 / 18:00 AEST 01:00 / 20:00 NZDT
TV channel Sky Sports Darts Fox Sports Sky Sport
Streaming Sky Go app DAZN DAZN Foxtel/Kayo Sky Sport

PDC World Darts Championship Most Titles

  • Phil Taylor – 14
  • Michael van Gerwen – 3
  • Peter Wright – 2
  • John Part – 2
  • Adrian Lewis – 2
  • Gary Anderson – 2
  • Gerwyn Price – 1
  • Rob Cross – 1
  • Dennis Priestly – 1
  • Raymond van Barneveld – 1
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