Ahead of a return to Dublin for the World Grand Prix in 2022, BoyleSports have extended their title sponsorship of the event for a further three years.
The leading Irish bookmaker has been the title sponsor of the famous double-start event since 2019, when Michael van Gerwen won his fifth title at the Citywest Convention Centre.
The past two years have seen Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton scoop the title in Coventry and Leicester respectively.
However, next year's planned return to the Citywest Convention Centre in Dublin has been boosted by the extension of BoyleSports' support of the event for a further three years.
"BoyleSports have been a valued sponsor of the PDC for many years across a number of tournaments, but the World Grand Prix is a perfect fit for them and we're delighted that they will continue as title sponsors until at least 2024," said PDC Chief Executive Matt Porter.
"The BoyleSports World Grand Prix is synonymous with Dublin and we're all looking forward to taking the event back there in 2022 for one of the highlights of the PDC calendar."
Mark Kemp, Chief Executive of BoyleSports, said: "BoyleSports are delighted to continue our strong commitment to the PDC and world darts by extending our sponsorship of one of the biggest and best events on the PDC calendar.
"The BoyleSports World Grand Prix will be back in October 2022 and we are already looking forward to seeing the world's best players pitted against each other in the unique format.
It will be great to see our 2021 champion Jonny Clayton try to defend his title at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin in front of an Irish crowd."
🎯 We've extended our sponsorship of the BoyleSports World Grand Prix for a further 𝗧𝗛𝗥𝗘𝗘 years! 👏— BoyleSports (@BoyleSports) December 7, 2021
🗣️ @BoyleSportsLB spoke with 2021 Champion @JonnyClay9 to reflect on the final, future tournaments & discuss his excitement of a potential return to Dublin! 👇@OfficialPDC pic.twitter.com/Qjtfxtlqj0
Ticket information for the 2022 BoyleSports World Grand Prix will be confirmed in due course.