Professional Darts Corporation (PDC)

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired exclusive rights to Professional Darts Corporation events in the Netherlands, securing a five-year deal to solidify its new sports offering in the country

Leading darts and snooker events will continue to enjoy exposure on free-to-air broadcaster ITV in a new agreement

The Professional Darts Corporation’s 2020 Nordic Darts Masters event, which is being run in conjunction with Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, has been cancelled.

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has secured additional content for the Watch&Bet streaming service that it offers to bookmakers worldwide

Media group AMC Networks has acquired rights in the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) Home Tour series

The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) has revealed details of its new PDC Home Tour series, which will invite players to compete against one another from their respective homes in the absence of regular-season…
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Streaming platform DAZN has acquired exclusive rights in North America to this year’s edition of the UK Open darts event.

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

A series of recently-agreed and impending deals could see the Professional Darts Corporation's global income rise 50 per cent in 2017.

Interview with Barry Hearn, president of the Professional Darts Corporation and founder of Matchroom Sport, on the company’s media-rights strategy and key international deals.

Cricket: The Nimbus Sport agency acquired the worldwide television rights to cricket in India in a four-year deal with the Board of Control for Cricket in India. Nimbus will pay $612

SBS6 acquired the exclusive rights for all Professional Darts Corporation events in the Netherlands.

Tennis: Pan-European cable and satellite broadcaster Eurosport extended its deal for coverage of the Australian Open for a further four years, from 2008 to 2011. Eurosport will also be the distribution agent for the media rights across Europe. The rights were previously held by the European Broadcasting Union, the umbrella group representing the region’s public-service broadcasters.