The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) Home Tour starts on Friday 17th April and will run for at least 32 consecutive nights as competitors battle it out in this home-staged event.
In response to the complete annihilation of the 2020 sporting calendar due to the impact of the COVID19 coronavirus pandemic, the PDC has innovatively organised the PDC Home Tour which will the see the very best players facing off from the comfort of their living rooms. All the action will be streamed live to viewers around the world, creating numerous PDC Home Tour betting opportunities not to be missed!
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How Does the PDC Home Tour Work?
All 128 Tour Card holders invited to the PDC Home Tour have been divided into 32 groups of 4 teams each.
Commencing on April 17th, each night players from a different group will take on their opponents in a round-robin format.
Matches will be best of nine legs and two points will be awarded for each win. If two players finish with tied points, the leg difference will be used as the deciding factor to determine who will finish on top.
Following the 32 consecutive days of matches – yes, 32 days in a row – the winners of each group will qualify for the second round of the PDC Home Tour (recently renamed the Low6 Home Tour). The Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs are set to begin on Tuesday 26th May whereby the 32 group winners will once again be ranked into a further 8 groups of 4 players each and take on each other in a round robin format.
The Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs will run consecutively for 11 days with all matches from the playoffs onward being best of 11 legs. The players who finish on top in Groups 1-4 will go on to play in the first semi final on Wednesday June 3rd while the winners of Groups 5-8 will qualify for the second semi final taking place on Thursday June 4th.
The two best places finishers in each semi final group will proceed to play in the Championship Group on Friday 5th June.
Players are required to set up a camera or smartphone to a dartboard in order to stream their action to the world, which means viewers will be able to tune in (and place some PDC Home Tour bets) live online.
In addition to showing footage of each dart player and their dartboard, viewers will also be able to see live score graphics whilst simultaneously enjoying match commentary from Dan Dawson.
Where Can I Watch the PDC Home Tour?
The PDC Home Tour action will unfold every night at 7.30pm BST and can be watched through a variety of means. All events will be available to watch live on PDCTV for free (if you are not yet registered with PDCTV, you can easily sign up for free). You can also view all the action on bookies’ websites, through the PDC’s social media channels, or via the Sky Sports mobile app.
Viewers outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland can watch the PDC Home Tour through the following broadcasters:
Fox Australia – Australia
DAZN – Austria, Germany, Switzerland USA, Canada, Brazil, Japan, Italy, Spain
AMC Network – Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia
Viaplay – Scandinavia
Sky – New Zealand
Channel 2 Sport – Iceland
Supersport – South Africa, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo (Republic of), Code d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cape Verde, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia (including Somaliland), South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Swaziland, Socotra, St. Helena and Ascension, Seychelles, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Is the PDC Home Tour a Ranked Tournament?
It has been confirmed that the PDC Home Tour will not be a ranked tournament. Competitors will however be playing for prize money and will also be eligible to earn appearance fees. The amounts of these have not yet been confirmed by the PDC.
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ThePuntersPage Final Say
The PDC have done a fantastic job of adapting to these unprecedented circumstances and creating this unique tournament for all darts fans to enjoy. Virtually all of the best darts betting sites, who by now are actively seeking out any appealing markets they can find, have priced up multiple PDC Home Tour betting odds so that you too can finally get back to some betting action.