2021 BoyleSports World Grand Prix: Schedule, Game Format, Prize money and How to watch Darts – Project Spurs

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The World Grand Prix won’t be held at Citywest Hotel in Dublin for the second consecutive year time in history outside of World Grand Prix (darts). The Darts tournament and the 24th staging of the World Grand Prix. It is being held from 3–9 October 2021 at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England

Live World Grand Prix Darts

  • What: 2021 BoyleSports World Grand Prix Darts
  • When: October 3 – October 9, 2021
  • Where: Morningside Arena in Leicester
  • TV Broadcast: SKY Sports, DAZN, MAtchroom
  • Live Stream: Watch Online Here

It’s the time of year where darts becomes busier with the run in to the World Championship and Price arrives in prime form having won the last two ranking titles of the year – and his marker on opening night will have captured the attention of Van Gerwen and Peter Wright, who start their campaign on Monday evening.

Tournament Format

The tournament is set best of five legs. No tribeaker any of them. The players must hit a double before he can begin scoring in each leg. Round one – best of three sets. Round two best of five sets. Round three or quarter finals are set round best of five and semifinal best of sevens sets. And the grand finals is best of nine sets.

How to watch World Grand Prix of Darts Live Stream from anywhere?

The major coverage of World Grand Prix 2021 is SKY Sports Network in United Kingdom and New Zealand. Sky Main event and sky sports will cover all of the matches. The one of the biggest OTT platform DAZN will cover  BoyleSports World Grand Prix online in US, Canada, Spain, Germany and others 90 countries  over the world.

If you are looking a contract less cord cutter service then we recommend checkout PremiumTV. The PremiumTV brings you the biggest events in sports and entertainment from around the world, with no VPN required. You can stream the complete 7 days full tournament games in full HD with PremiumTV by paid just $9.50

World Grand Prix: Draw & tournament bracket

  • (1) Gerwyn Price v Michael Smith
  • Martijn Kleermaker v Mervyn King
  • (8) Dave Chisnall v Mensur Suljovic
  • Joe Cullen v Ross Smith
  • (4) James Wade v Damon Heta
  • Stephen Bunting v Daryl Gurney
  • (5) Dimitri Van den Bergh v Ryan Searle
  • Dirk van Duijvenbode v Luke Humphries
  • (2) Peter Wright v Rob Cross
  • Nathan Aspinall v Krzysztof Ratajski
  • (7) Jose de Sousa v Glen Durrant
  • Callan Rydz v Jonny Clayton
  • (3) Michael van Gerwen v Danny Noppert
  • Vincent van der Voort v Gabriel Clemens
  • (6) Gary Anderson v Ian White
  • Darius Labanauskas v Brendan Dolan

2021 World Grand Prix Schedule – TV Guide

Sunday October 3 – First Round x8 at 18:00 GMT and 3:00 PM ET

Monday October 4 – First Round x8 at 18:00 GMT and 3:00 PM ET

Tuesday October 5 – Second Round x4 19:00 GMT and 4:00 PM ET

Wednesday October 6 – Second Round x4 19:00 GMT and 4:00 PM ET

Thursday October 7 – Quarter-Finals – at 19:00 GMT and 4:00 PM ET

According to SKY Sports: Price kickstarted his run to a maiden world title and the world No 1 ranking with victory in this tournament last year, but faced the toughest possible start to his attempt to become just the third man to defend the title.

Phil Taylor and Michael van Gerwen are the only players to have claimed back-to-back titles in the unique tournament – which requires players to start and finish on a double – and Price is as good as they come on the outer ring as he showed in a blockbuster first-round match.

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