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But, due to budget cuts and a declining TV audience, the event was finally given the boot by the BBC , before being taken up by Channel 4 in Coverage was then split between BT Sport and Channel 4.
The contract with BT Sport was the first satellite deal done with the tournament which came about for the World Championships. As a result, they shared games throughout the week.
Below we have the most recent viewing figures for the event. One that does standout is in the last 10 years no player has managed to average over in the final.
In fact, the highest winning average is that of The lowest winning average in the same time period was Scott Waites, averaging just If you compare that to the PDC, there is a big scope in ability.
The lowest winning average was that of Adrian Lewis in , with an average of just The BDO were instrumental in forming a professional tour, that included tournaments all over the UK and also finalising rules of the sport, such as defining the throwing distance for all formats and also heights and dimensions of the dart board itself.
Many of the sports sponsors had turned down the chance to carry on investing into the sport though and the top players were becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of prize money and chance to make a living from the sport.
The creation of the PDC Professional Darts Corporation came about in in an attempt to improve the image of darts and create a more structured tournament scene for professional players.
In total there were 19 players that made the breakaway, including all current and former World Champions that were still playing. Eventually, the BDO, who had banned all these rebel players from playing in BDO sanctioned events, had to acknowledge that the PDC was now a legitimate governing body for the sport and allowed players to choose between which code they played for.
It was won by a Welsh player, called Leighton Rees, in what would be his only World Championship win.
The event lasted just 1 season there, before moving to Jollees at Stoke-on-Trent, before taking up residency t the Lakeside Country Club in , where it remains today.
The most successful player in the tournaments history is that of Eric Bristow. He was able to win 5 World Titles from to and also appeared in 5 other finals of which he came runner up.
Interestingly, there has only ever been one 9-dart finish at the World Championships, which came about in by American, Paul Lim.
Top of the pile has to be that of Trina Gulliver who has won 10 World Titles in total. Glen Durrant. Danny Noppert. Glen Durrant 2.
Mark McGeeney. Glen Durrant 3. Wayne Warren. Jim Williams. Indigo at The O2 , London. Paul Lim.
Jack McKenna. Wayne Weening. Marko Pusa. Jez Porter. Wayne Jones. Mike Veitch. Robbie Widdows. Kevin Painter. Darryl Fitton. Chris Mason. Trina Gulliver Mandy Solomons Francis Hoenselaar Anne Kirk Anastasia Dobromyslova Rhian Edwards Deta Hedman Lisa Ashton Fallon Sherrock Corrine Hammond Mikuru Suzuki Lorraine Winstanley Trina Gulliver.
Lisa Ashton. Anastasia Dobromyslova. Mikuru Suzuki. Francis Hoenselaar. Deta Hedman. Rhian Edwards. Mandy Solomons. Anne Kirk. Fallon Sherrock.
Corrine Hammond. Lorraine Winstanley. Clare Bywaters. Crissy Manley. Karin Krappen. Sharon Prins. Rhian Griffiths. Mark Day. Lee Woodrow. Colin Roelofs Harry Ward Every throw of every session will be broadcast live on a dedicated Sky Sports Darts channel.
As well as live coverage of every dart thrown there are highlights of great games of years gone by, memorable rivalries and our legends profiles.
The tournament will be the first PDC event in the UK to feature a live crowd since March, with plans now confirmed for up to 1, fans to attend each session at Alexandra Palace in a COVID-secure environment under specific conditions.
Fans from the UK in Tier 1 or Tier 2 areas will be able to book a table of four seats, with a table required to consist of one household or support bubble.
Social distancing measures will be in operation throughout the venue, spectators will be required to arrive at specified times and gain admission through one of two entrances, while food and drink will be served directly to tables and booked via a dedicated App.
All ticket buyers and fans will be required to confirm that they understand and will abide by the specific procedures and regulations for the event which have been confirmed in accordance with the UK Government's 'Stage Five - return to competition for elite sport' guidance which covers the safe return of spectators, as well as satisfying the requirements of the local licensing authority, the London Borough of Haringey.
Unlike every other edition, there will be no tie-breaks this year. Andy Hamilton. Nico Kurz. Andy Boulton. Deta Hedman. Damon Heta.
Danny Baggish. Michael van Gerwen. Derk Telnekes. Nick Kenny. Jason Lowe. Dmitriy Gorbunov. Maik Kuivenhoven.
Matthew Edgar. Vincent van der Voort. Martijn Kleermaker. Cameron Carolissen. Keegan Brown. Ryan Meikle.
Jeffrey de Zwaan. Jonny Clayton. Krzysztof Ratajski. Ian White. Gerwyn Price. Gabriel Clemens. Brendan Dolan. Joe Cullen.
Simon Whitlock. Adrian Lewis. Danny Noppert. Devon Petersen. Rob Cross. Dimitri Van den Bergh. Gary Anderson. Stephen Bunting.
Dave Chisnall. Jermaine Wattimena. Nathan Aspinall. Michael Smith. Quarter-finals best of 9 sets 1 January. Semi-finals best of 11 sets 2 January.
Final best of 13 sets 3 January. First round best of 5 sets 15—20 December. Second round best of 5 sets 15—23 December. Third round best of 7 sets 27—29 December.
Fourth round best of 7 sets 29—30 December.