Eleven lands PDC Premier League Darts in Belgium and Luxembourg

Sports broadcaster Eleven Sports has added another event organised by the Professional Darts Corporation to its portfolio in Belgium and Luxembourg, sealing a deal for the 2019 Unibet Premier League.

Alongside broadcasting the tournament on its linear channels, Eleven will also show this Thursdays (February 14) action live on its Facebook page.

The content will also be available on Eleven’s online darts offering – Darts Pass – in Belgium and Luxembourg. The service allows customers access to all its PDC content for €6 per month including: the World Cup of Darts; the World Darts Championships; and the World Series of Darts.

Belgian player Dimitri Van den Bergh will compete in one match of the 2019 Unibet Premier League as one of the nine ‘contenders’ who will step in to replace the injured Gary Anderson each week.

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