How to watch the World Matchplay Darts: live stream from wherever you are

The World MatchPlay Darts championship is promising us a week of darts action that will see some of the best players on Earth battle it out. The event's prize fund is a hefty £500,000 with the winner taking £115,000, so expect players to be performing at their absolute best.

When you put down a prize fund of half a million quid down then you can expect the world's best darts players to be throwing their very best arrows. The Matchplay line-up promises exactly that, with favorite Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright and Rob Cross on the bill, to name just a few.

The defending champion from 2017 would have been Phil Taylor as he beat Peter Wright 18-8 in the 2017 final. Since he's retired we won't get to see him defend his title at this year's World Matchplay event.

This year the winner will receive the Phil Taylor trophy, which was renamed in his honour following his retirement after the 2018 PDC World Darts Championships.

If you want to catch all the action, you've come to the right place. Read on to find out how to watch a World Matchplay darts live stream from anywhere you fancy using whatever device you like best.

How to live stream darts from anywhere in the world with a VPN

How to watch the World Matchplay Darts: live stream in the UK

How to watch the World Matchplay Darts in the Netherlands

How to watch the World Matchplay Darts: Australia live stream

How to watch the World Matchplay Darts: North America live stream

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