All you need to know ahead of first PDC Super Series
At these tournaments, players can earn prize money for their Order of Merit, ProTour Order of Merit and Players Championship Order of Merit.
Through these rankings, players can qualify for TV tournaments, including the World Matchplay, World Grand Prix and the World Championship Darts.
Who will participate?
Initially, 128 Tour Card holders are set to participate in the PDC Super Series. These include top names such as Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price and Gary Anderson.
This will also be the first chance to see the new Tour Card holders in action with Raymond van Barneveld in particular set for a return to the tour.
How can I follow these tournaments?
Live scores of the matches can be followed via the DartConnect scoring system.
While two streams can be viewed via PDC TV. In addition, you can follow coverage on DartsNews with an updated live blog every day.
The tournaments start daily at 2pm GMT. The draw will be announced approximately one hour before the start of the event.
How much prize money can you earn?
£ 75,000 in prize money has been made available for each tournament. The winner of each tournament will receive £ 10,000.
Result Prize money
Winner £ 10,000
Runner-up £ 6,000
Semi-Finals £ 3,000
Quarter-Finalists £ 2,250
Last 16 £ 1,500
Last 32 £ 1,000
Last 64 £ 500