Starting off the year as ever is UK and European Q-School with the latter visiting Kalkar in Germany for the first time instead of Hildesheim or Niedernhausen with Milton Keynes hosting UK between January 9-15.
Two stages of play will take place in both with entry details set to be confirmed in due course, before the priorly confirmed Bahrain Darts Masters and Nordic Darts Masters which see the World Series open the season before the Masters between January 27-29.
The Premier League will then begin in Belfast on February 2 with the play-offs set for May 25. The UK Open as ever will begin March in Minehead before the World Cup of Darts in Frankfurt between June 15-18.
The World Matchplay is confirmed for July 15-23 alongside the Women's World Matchplay on the final day with second iteration going alongside an expanded Women's Series next year.
Amsterdam as priorly confirmed will again host the World Series of Darts Finals from September 15-17 before Leicester has seemingly been confirmed as the permanent home of the World Grand Prix with another iteration set for the Morningside Arena between October 2-8.
The top 32 players on the European Tour Order of Merit will head to Dortmund for the European Championship from October 26-29. In terms of the European Tour, there will be a debut in Kiel, Germany with eight visits in all alongside trips to Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
The Grand Slam of Darts confirmed for November 11-19 albeit only in Wolverhampton meaning either a return to the Civic or Aldersley Leisure Village are on the cards.
A total of 30 Players Championship tournaments are set for 2023 including weekends in Hildesheim as well as further action in Leicester, with the season ender on November 24-26 in Minehead before the World Championship on a TBC date. As well as the Challenge and Development Tours with 24 tournaments taking place throughout the season.