Dave Chisnall wins Group Four to reach Home Tour semi-finals


May 29 2020

Dave Chisnall reached the Home Tour Play-Offs semi-finals by winning Group Four.

Gary Anderson maintains unbeaten Home Tour run to reach semi-finals


May 28 2020

Gary Anderson maintained his unbeaten run in his own home to reach the semi-finals of the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs.

Mike De Decker through to Home Tour Play-Offs semi-finals


May 27 2020

Mike De Decker became the second player through to the Semi-Finals of the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs.

Jelle Klaasen wins Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs Group One


May 26 2020

Jelle Klaasen progressed to the semi-finals of the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs by winning Tuesday's Group One.

Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs to begin on Tuesday


May 25 2020

The Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs begin on Tuesday as the PDC's home-staged tournament returns.

Quiz: Can you name all Home Tour group winners?


May 22 2020

Name all 32 Home Tour group winners to win three sets of Unicorn darts.

Groups confirmed for Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs


May 19 2020

The eight groups have been confirmed for the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs.

Wright completes Home Tour last 32


May 18 2020

The Unibet Home Tour's first phase concludes on Monday with Group 32 - watch live & free from 1930 BST.

Peter Wright "keeping busy" during lockdown break


May 18 2020

Peter Wright will return to the Unibet Home Tour on Monday, having put a month's break to good use.

Joe Cullen wins Unibet Home Tour Group 31


May 17 2020

Joe Cullen produced the finest string of displays seen so far on the Unibet Home Tour to win Group 31.

Darts fans will be able to watch PDC stars across 32 consecutive nights of live darts action as the PDC Home Tour launches on Friday April 17.

Elite level darts will be brought from the living rooms of the pros to fans worldwide through live video calls, with players set to make history as part of the PDC’s first ever home-staged event.
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All Tour Card Holders have been given the opportunity to take part in the PDC Home Tour, which will see four players in action every night.
A nightly league format will see all four competitors play each other once in matches played over the best of nine legs, with a winner crowned each night.
Following the conclusion of the initial 32 nights of league phase action, the 32 group winners will advance to the second phase of the competition.
With each night’s action commencing at 1930 BST, darts commentator Dan Dawson will be on hand to talk through proceedings, which will also include live score graphics on screen.
The 16 players who will compete across the first four nights of PDC Home Tour will be announced on Wednesday via the PDC’s official website and social media channels.
All PDC Home Tour action will be broadcast live on PDCTV for FREE to ALL registered PDCTV users, regardless of whether you have a paid or free membership.
The action will also be shown live through a series of bookmakers’ websites.
The PDC Home Tour has been introduced following the success of ‘Darts At Home’, which saw nine PDC players, including Nathan Aspinall and Stephen Bunting, competing live on the PDC’s Facebook page and YouTube channel across two nights of mini-league action.
A popular concept among players and fans alike, ‘Darts At Home’ was featured on Sky Sports News as darts was highlighted as one of a small number of sports to broadcast live action during the current situation.
PDC Chairman Barry Hearn commented: “Firstly, I would like to thank all our incredible NHS staff who continue to save lives in the most difficult circumstances, we all owe an immense amount of gratitude to our key workers.
“It gives me great excitement that we are able to deliver live darts to fans in these unprecedented times.
“We’ve spent the last few weeks planning and looking at what is possible, and I’m delighted to be able to present a concept which gives all Tour Card Holders the opportunity to take part.
“The PDC Home Tour will provide a regular supply of live sport to fans, showcasing the talent and unique characters of our players to both existing and new audiences.
“The event will also give players a chance to play competitive darts in this down period in preparation for the return to normal action, whenever that may be.”