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BetMGM Premier League Darts Betting Odds

With competitive odds and dozens of markets to choose from, BetMGM Premier League Darts betting is your chance to take centre stage.

How to Place Bets on the BetMGM Premier League Darts

Our BetMGM Premier League darts odds are as show-stopping as the competition itself. Back the favourite Luke Humphries following his big win in the 2024 World Darts Championship final or compile a bet builder for a chance at larger returns, the choice is yours.

We offer competitive odds across various BetMGM Premier League Darts markets. Popular markets include:

  • Match Winner
  • Leg Betting
  • Correct Score
  • 180s count
  • 9 Dart Finish
  • Highest Checkout
  • Bullseye Checkout

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BetMGM Premier League Darts Format and Schedule

Held over 17 nights across Europe, 8 of the world's finest darts players will compete for one of the most prestigious titles in the sport.

BetMGM Premier League Darts matches take place throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe every Thursday night between February 1st and May 23rd. The full 2024 BetMGM Premier League Darts fixtures are:

  • February 1st (Cardiff):: Peter Wright vs Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price vs Nathan Aspinall, Michael van Gerwen vs Michael Smith, Luke Littler vs Luke Humphries
  • February 8th (Berlin): Nathan Aspinall vs Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith vs Gerwyn Price, Luke Littler vs Rob Cross, Luke Humphries vs Peter Wright
  • February 15th (Glasgow): Rob Cross vs Michael Smith, Michael van Gerwen vs Peter Wright, Nathan Aspinall vs Luke Humphries, Gerwyn Price vs Luke Littler
  • February 22nd (Newcastle): Michael Smith vs Nathan Aspinall, Rob Cross vs Luke Humphries, Peter Wright vs Luke Littler, Gerwyn Price vs Michael van Gerwen
  • February 29th (Exeter): Luke Humphries vs Michael van Gerwen, Nathan Aspinall vs Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price vs Rob Cross, Luke Littler vs Michael Smith
  • March 7th (Brighton): Luke Humphries vs Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross vs Michael van Gerwen, Nathan Aspinall vs Luke Littler, Michael Smith vs Peter Wright
  • March 14th (Nottingham): Peter Wright vs Gerwyn Price, Luke Humphries vs Michael Smith, Michael van Gerwen vs Luke Littler, Rob Cross vs Nathan Aspinall
  • March 21st (Dublin): Fixtures confirmed after Night Seven
  • March 28th (Belfast): Luke Humphries vs Luke Littler, Michael Smith vs Michael van Gerwen, Nathan Aspinall vs Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross vs Peter Wright
  • April 4th (Manchester): Nathan Aspinall vs Rob Cross, Luke Littler vs Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith vs Luke Humphries, Gerwyn Price vs Peter Wright
  • April 11th (Birmingham): Peter Wright vs Luke Humphries, Rob Cross vs Luke Littler, Gerwyn Price vs Michael Smith, Michael van Gerwen vs Nathan Aspinall
  • April 18th (Rotterdam): Michael Smith vs Luke Littler, Rob Cross vs Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright vs Nathan Aspinall, Michael van Gerwen vs Luke Humphries
  • April 25th (Liverpool): Luke Littler vs Gerwyn Price, Luke Humphries vs Nathan Aspinall, Peter Wright vs Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith vs Rob Cross
  • May 2nd (Aberdeen): Peter Wright vs Michael Smith, Luke Littler vs Nathan Aspinall, Michael van Gerwen vs Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price vs Luke Humphries
  • May 9th (Leeds): Michael van Gerwen vs Gerwyn Price, Luke Littler vs Peter Wright, Luke Humphries vs Rob Cross, Nathan Aspinall vs Michael Smith
  • May 16th (Sheffield): Fixtures confirmed after Night 15
  • May 23rd (London): Semi-finals & final

How Does the Tournament Work?

Each event consists of a mini-tournament with each player competing in four quarter-finals. The winners of each match will play one another to earn a spot in the final. Who wins the final is named the winner of the night.

Points are awarded based on the finishing positions from each event. Players receive 2 points per semi-final appearance, 3 points per runner-up finish and 5 points per final win.

The top 4 players in the league table will qualify for the Play-offs Night taking place on May 23rd at the O2 Arena in London. The winner will become BetMGM Premier League Darts champion and take home £275,000 in winnings.

BetMGM Premier League Darts Last 10 Winners

  • 2014: Raymond van Barneveld
  • 2015: Gary Anderson
  • 2016: Michael van Gerwen
  • 2017: Michael van Gerwen
  • 2018: Michael van Gerwen
  • 2019: Michael van Gerwen
  • 2020: Glen Durrant
  • 2021: Jonny Clayton
  • 2022: Michael van Gerwen
  • 2023: Michael van Gerwen

Who wins it all in 2024 is for you to predict at BetMGM.

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