Melbourne Darts Masters live streaming: The essential guide of how to watch live online
World Series action resumes as a host of big names head Down Under for the inaugural Melbourne Masters, and you can watch and bet on every match streamed live online.
The elite invitational features eight of the PDC's household names alongside a further eight Oceanic qualifiers as they battle it out over three days of unmissable action.
All eight seeds who were involved in last week's Auckland Masters have travelled on to compete in Melbourne, while Auckland champion Kyle Anderson and runner-up Corey Cadby have also secured their qualification.
Michael 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.
The PDC seeds are comprised of Gary Anderson, Peter Wright, Raymond van Barneveld, James Wade, Phil Taylor, Simon Whitlock, Michael Smith and Daryl Gurney.
Kyle Anderson and Cadby will both be determined to emulate last week's success, while other regional qualifiers include New Zealand's Cody Harris and World Championship participants David Platt and Koha Kokiri.
The competition is the fifth World Series event of the campaign, following on from the Dubai Masters, Shanghai Masters, US Masters and Auckland Masters.
The tournament runs from August 18-20 at the Hisense Arena in Melbourne, Australia. 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.
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To Watch & Bet On Live Streaming Darts
1) Go to Bet365
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, the action is also available to view live at Unibet TV:
1) Go to Unibet.com2) Register an account or sign in (You can claim a £30 bonus on registration)3) Select 'Unibet TV' on the homepage and scroll to darts4) Select the match in progress and the stream window will open