The 2019 BDO World Championship gets underway on Saturday 5 January at Lakeside Country Club, but it will have a new home on television.
The event is no longer being shown on terrestrial TV, and is now on two different channels, and also available to watch online.
Glen Durrant and Lisa Ashton will be back to defend their world titles, with both aiming for a third straight World Championship win.
Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming tournament…
When is the BDO World Darts Championship?
The event runs from Saturday 5 January till Sunday 13 January at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey.
The quarter-finals of both the mens and womens events are on 11 January, the semis on 12 and the finals on Sunday 13 January.
What TV channel is the BDO World Darts Championship on this year?
After Channel 4 ended their coverage of the event, it has been picked up by Eurosport and Quest.
You will need a subscription to watch the action on Eurosport, or online on Eurosport Player, but Quest is available on Freeview channel 37 and you will also be able to watch online on Quest OD.
First round draw
Saturday 5 January
1pm – Mark McGeeney (ENG) v Derk Telnekes (NED)
2.15pm – Jim Widmayer (USA) v Nigel Heydon (ENG)
3.30pm – Lisa Ashton (ENG) v Mikuru Suzuki (JPN)
4pm – Martin Phillips (WAL) v Conan Whitehead (ENG)
7pm – Paul Hogan (ENG) v Wesley Newton (ENG)
8.15pm – Sharon Prins (NED) v Roz Bulmer (ENG)
8.45pm – Mal Cuming (AUS) v Justin Thompson (AUS)
10pm – Wesley Harms (NED) v Tony OShea (ENG)
Sunday 6 January
1pm – Scott Waites (ENG) v Jeffrey Van Egdom (BEL)
2.15pm – Brian Lokken (DEN) v Krzysztof Kciuk (POL)
3.30pm – Deta Hedman (ENG) v Maria OBrien (ENG)
4pm – Richard Veenstra (NED) v Jim Widmayer (USA)/Nigel Heydon (ENG)
7pm – Roger Janssen (BEL) v Wouter Vaes (NED)
8.15pm – Fallon Sherrock (ENG) v Corrine Hammond (AUS)
8.45pm – Mark McGrath (NZL) v Adam Smith-Neale (ENG)
10pm – Wayne Warren (WAL) v Mark Layton (WAL)
Monday 7 January
1pm – David Cameron (CAN) v Andy Hamilton (ENG)
2.15pm – Oliver Ferenc (SBR) v Ryan Hogarth (SCO)
3.30pm – Willem Mandigers (NED) v Paul Hogan (ENG)/Wesley Newton (ENG)
7pm – Michael Unterbuchner (GER) v Mal Cuming (AUS)/Justin Thompson (AUS)
8.15pm – Anastasia Dobromyslova (RUS) v Laura Turner (ENG)
8.45pm – Jim Williams (WAL) v Roger Janssen – (BEL)/Wouter Vaes (NED)
10pm – Daniel Day (ENG) v Dean Reynolds (WAL)
Tuesday 8 January
1pm – Dave Parletti (ENG) v Brian Lokken (DEN)/Krzysztof Kciuk (POL)
2.15pm – Scott Mitchell (ENG) v Oliver Ferenc (SRB)/Ryan Hogarth (SCO)
3.30pm – Aileen De Graaf (NED) v Paula Jacklin (ENG)
4pm – Ross Montgomery (SCO) v Scott Baker (ENG)
7pm – Glen Durrant (ENG) v Mark McGrath (NZL)/Adam Smith-Neale (ENG)
8.15pm – Lorraine Winstanley (ENG) v Casey Gallagher (ENG)
8.45pm – Chris Landman (NED) v Kyle McKinstry (NIR)
10pm – Gary Robson (ENG) v David Cameron (CAN)/Andy Hamilton (ENG)
Wednesday 9 January
2.45pm – Trina Gulliver MBE (ENG) v Karolina Podgorska (POL)
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Mens World Championship
EVS Glen Durrant
10/1 Michael Unterbuchner
10/1 Mark McGeeney
16/1 Scott Mitchell
18/1 Scott Waites
20/1 Kyle McKinstry
20/1 Wesley Harms
20/1 Jim Williams
25/1 Dave Parletti
25/1 Andy Hamilton
Womens World Championship
5/6 Lisa Ashton
5/1 Anastasia Dobromyslova
9/1 Deta Hedman
10/1 Fallon Sherrock
16/1 Lorriane Winstanley
16/1 Aileen De Graaf
16/1 Trina Gulliver
16/1 Mikuru Suzuki