How to watch the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) Home Tour live in Canada

The world's best dart players will compete against each other from their own homes in an innovative new series. This is how to watch.

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Desperate for some live sport? Well leave it to the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) to come up with an innovative way to make that happen.

All 128 cardholders in the PDC have been given the opportunity to compete in a brand new event, the PDC Home Tour.

The only requirements are that players can set up a camera in their own home and communicate with the host and producer in English. One scheduled competitor, two-time winner of the World Championships, Gary Anderson, had to withdraw due to weak Wi-Fi in his house.

What is the PDC Home Tour?

The PDC Home Tour is a new darts tournament created by the PDC. It features the majority of the world’s top players competing against each other from their own homes.

When is the PDC Home Tour?

It gets underway at 2:30pm EDT on Friday April 17 and will be held over 32 competition days.

How to watch the PDC Home Tour live in Canada

The two sports streaming services showing the PDC Home Tour live are DAZN Canada and the official PDC website.

Stream PDC Home Tour on PDCTV

The PDC’s own site, PDCTV, will also be broadcasting the event. It is free to watch if you have a PDCTV account.

Watch PDC Home Tour on DAZN

Streaming service DAZN Canada is your home for PDC darts. If you are yet to try it, DAZN offers a 30-day free trial. We have a full guide to DAZN, including all its great sports content, features and compatible devices, for you here.

After DAZN’s free trial, it will cost you $20 per month. There is also a discounted $150 annual rate. On top of the darts, DAZN has NFL, English Premier League soccer and much more.

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What is the format of the PDC Home Tour?

There are 32 groups of 4 players in total and 4 players will be in action each night. Once each player has faced everyone in their group, there will be 32 group winners progressing to the next round. All matches are the best of nine legs. A player is awarded two points for a win.

Who is competing in the PDC Home Tour?

PDC Home Tour fixtures (nights one to four only):

Group One – Friday April 17

  • Peter Wright vs Peter Jacques
  • Jamie Lewis vs Niels Zonneveld
  • Peter Jacques vs Niels Zonneveld
  • Peter Wright vs Jamie Lewis
  • Jamie Lewis vs Peter Jacques
  • Niels Zonneveld vs Peter Wright

Group Two – Saturday April 18

  • Gerwyn Price vs Rowby-John Rodriguez
  • Luke Woodhouse vs Ted Evetts
  • Rowby-John Rodriguez vs Ted Evetts
  • Gerwyn Price vs Luke Woodhouse
  • Luke Woodhouse vs Rowby-John Rodriguez
  • Ted Evetts vs Gerwyn Price

Group Three – Sunday April 19

  • Dave Chisnall vs Scott Waites
  • Jan Dekker vs Jonathan Worsley
  • Scott Waites vs Jonathan Worsley
  • Dave Chisnall vs Jan Dekker
  • Jan Dekker vs Scott Waites
  • Jonathan Worsley vs Dave Chisnall

Group Four – Monday April 20

  • Ross Smith vs Lisa Ashton
  • Mickey Mansell vs Geert Nentjes
  • Lisa Ashton vs Geert Nentjes
  • Ross Smith vs Mickey Mansell
  • Mickey Mansell vs Lisa Ashton
  • Geert Nentjes vs Ross Smith

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