A new year, a new World Darts Championship for 2019/20 is here with Dutch three-time winner Michael van Gerwen defending his top spot once again. You can catch all the flinging fun at the 27th PDC World Championship using this handy darts live stream guide.
What better way to fly from 2019 into 2020 than on the back of some of the best dart throwings you'll lay your eyes on? We can expect some fierce competition, but Dutch champion Michael van Gerwen once again brings precision dart throwing to the world stage as overall favourite.
The £2.5 million event, with 96 players competing, will see big names in action from World Youth Champion Luke Humphries and Grand Slam of Darts champion Gerwyn Price to former world champ Rob Cross and rising Dutch star Jeffrey de Zwaan.
If you want to catch all the dart slinging action, you've come to the right place. Read on to find out how to watch a World Darts Championship live stream from anywhere you are using whatever device you like best.
How to live stream darts from outside your country
We'll tell you about your viewing options below – including the UK, US, Australia and, of course, the Netherlands! But you'll likely hit a bump in the road if you find yourself abroad and try to watch a World Darts Championship live stream because the broadcasters geo-block coverage.
By using a VPN and changing your IP address back to your home country, you'll discover that it's possible to clear that hurdle – assuming of course you're not breaching the service's Ts&Cs.
How to stream the darts live in the UK
How to watch the World Darts Championship: US live stream
How to watch the World Darts Championship in the Netherlands
How to watch the World Darts Championship: Australia live stream