Win tickets to see Michael Van Gerwen in action at the Unibet Premier League darts at FlyDSA Arena

Premier League darts is back in Sheffield next week - and you can be there too.

Thursday, 5th April 2018, 5:40 pm
Michael Van Gerwen

We have teamed up with tournament sponsors Unibet to offer two lucky readers a pair of tickets each to watch the Unibet Premier League darts at the FlyDSA Arena.

The biggest names in darts will be in action including defending champion Michael Van Gerwen, favourite to win the tournament with sponsors Unibet.

The field also includes current PDC world champion Rob Cross and former world champions Raymond van Barneveld and Gary Anderson.

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To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question:

Who is the current PDC world darts champion?

Email your answer to: [email protected]

The closing date for entries is 5pm on Monday, April 8.

As well as offering the opportunity to be part of the audience next week, Unibet are also giving fans a chance to take part in a walk-on and compete on the big stage.

Each week the tournament sponsor Unibet are running a competition that will encourage fans to send in their best darts Walk-On videos. So choose your music, walk your walk and send a video to @unibet performing your best darts Walk-On using #unibet180.

The two best videos in each city will be selected and the winners will not only have the chance to recreate their Walk-On live at the event, they will enjoy a full VIP experience and compete on-stage in a 9-Dart Challenge in front of a capacity crowd at the Motorpoint Arena.

Of the 16 locations the Unibet Premier League will be visiting this year the two cities with the highest combined 9-Dart score will see those fans represent their home town in a Final 9-Dart Showdown at the O2 in London – all expenses paid!

With the Premier League at its halfway stage, Berlin are the current leaders in the Nine Dart Challenge with a score of 289. The leaderboard is taking shape with Nottingham in second place on 277 and Dublin third on 260. But can the darts fans of Sheffield rise to the top of the chart?

World number two Peter Wright said: “I love the walk-ons and the feeling I get from fans everywhere we go is incredible. It will be a brilliant moment for the lucky winners to experience what we get to enjoy in the Unibet Premier League.”

“Fans often tell us what song they would come on to and what they would do for their Walk-On so now is their chance to strut their stuff.”