Hearn admits all options to be examined regarding PDC World Darts Championship venue
Since the restrictions remain on sporting events in the UK, the fate of the World Championship is still up in the air but for Hearn, he has a duty to both the fans and players to put the event on.
He added that if it has to be Alexandra Palace behind closed doors it will be. PDC Chief Executive Matthew Porter previously said that come what may, it will be at the usual venue.
"I'm so frustrated, I don't know," said Hearn.
"The trouble is, it's not a question of taking it somewhere else in the world, because by the time you get there, they might have a COVID-19 problem themselves and the whole thing is thrown out."
"We'll be wherever we have to be because what we want to do is not let the players down," he continued.
"They will be playing for the same prize money, wherever and whenever it is. We won't let the fans down because they'll be seeing the greatest darts players in the world, on a stage for the biggest prize in the sport.
"If it has to be Ally Pally behind closed doors, it will be. If it has to be somewhere else, it will be.
"If it can be with a crowd, it will be. Whatever is possible, it will be. The players will do the best."