THE PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour is the PDC's second-tier tour for players who do not hold a PDC Tour Card.
A series of 20 tournaments will be held during 2019, each offering £10,000 in prize money.
Tournaments are held across five double-header weekends, with two events per day on each weekend.
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Cody Harris and Nick Fullwell claimed victories on the opening day of the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour weekend in Peterborough on Saturday, while Andy Jenkins hit a nine-dart finish.
The East of England Arena played host to two events on Saturday, each offering £10,000 in prize money for PDPA Associate Members who did not win a Tour Card at the 2019 PDC Qualifying Schools.
New Zealand's World Cup quarter-finalist Cody Harris doubled his tally of career Challenge Tour titles in Event Nine, defeating Martin Atkins 5-1 in the final with a 103.4 average.
Harris, whose last Challenge Tour success came in May 2018, also posted a ton-plus average against Mark Walsh in the last 16, before beating Russia's Boris Koltsov in the quarter-finals and Jason Wilson in the last four.
Event Nine also saw Jenkins strike perfection in his quarter-final win over David Ladley, the 30th nine-darter of 2019 which set a new record for perfect legs hit in a calendar year in PDC events.
Event Ten saw former Tour Card Holder Nick Fullwell claim the third Challenge Tour crown of his career with a 5-1 victory over Nathan Rafferty in the final.
Fullwell, who won Challenge Tour events in 2016 and 2017, prevented Harris from claiming back-to-back titles by defeating the New Zealander in the semi-finals.