Auckland Darts Masters 2017 live stream: The essential guide of how to watch live online
World Series action returns as the stars of the sport head to New Zealand this week, and you can also watch every match streamed live online.
The third staging of the Auckland Masters features eight of the PDC's household names alongside a further eight Oceanic qualifiers as they battle it out over three days for the 70,000 NZ$ top prize.
Gary Anderson is the defending champion after defeating Adrian Lewis 11-7 in last year's final and is seeded number one in the absence of World Champion Michael van Gerwen.
Van Gerwen and Adrian Lewis are absent from this month's triple-header of events Down Under, having both recently welcomed the birth of their new children.
Other PDC seeds include Peter Wright, Raymond van Barneveld, James Wade, Phil Taylor, Simon Whitlock and debutant duo Michael Smith and Daryl Gurney.
World Youth Champion Corey Cadby, last Saturday's Players Championship event winner Kyle Anderson and New Zealand World Cup star Cody Harris are among the notable regional qualifiers.
The competition is the fourth World Series event of the campaign, following on from the Dubai Masters, Shanghai Masters and US Masters.
The tournament runs from August 11-13 at the Trusts Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand. Delayed coverage on ITV4 in the UK will be shown from 7pm each evening, but you can watch every match streamed live in real time.
To tune in live on desktop or mobile, simply:
1) Go to Bet365 via this special link
2) Register an account
3) Click on live streaming at the top of the homepage
4) Select 'Darts' from the drop down menu and enjoy the action!
Alternatively, you can also watch live at WHTV:
1) Go to William Hill via this special link 2) Register an account (You'll get a £30 in free bets when you place a first bet of just £10)3) Click on 'Darts' from the sports menu at the top of the homepage4) Click on the small TV icon next to the match listed to open the live stream window - enjoy the arrows!