The Winmau World Masters 2017 is to be broadcast live and exclusive in the UK by Eurosport on Eurosport 1 and internationally on Winmau TV
The finest British Darts Organisation players will be taking to the stage at the Bridlington Spa on the 26th and 27th September 2017 to compete in the 44th Winmau World Masters. The atmosphere will be electric but if you can’t make it in person Eurosport will be broadcasting the event live on Tuesday the 26th September at 6pm and on Wednesday the 27th September at 5 pm and on both days until the last dart is thrown, bringing the last 16 men and the last 4 ladies to you live.
Sue Williams, Chairperson of the BDO said: “ We are delighted to welcome Eurosport as our broadcast partner for the Winmau World Masters. We have partnered very successfully in recent years on several tournaments and we are looking forward to their excellent coverage of this very prestigious Major tournament”
“The Winmau World Masters is the longest running darts Major and is a must for every player’s CV!” says Winmau’s Sales and Marketing Director, Ian Flack. “The tournament never fails to bring out the best in the players, and there are always plenty of shocks and surprises. We are delighted that Eurosport are our broadcast partners for this year, and we can’t wait for the players to toe the oche in Bridlington.”
“Eurosport is delighted to bring the Winmau World Masters live and exclusive for the first time to a primetime audience in the UK. The world’s oldest major darts tournament will be available on both Eurosport’s TV channel and on the Eurosport Player, our digital subscription service.” said Simon Downing, Head of Eurosport, UK
Eurosport 1 BT TV 412 | 435 (HD) Sky 410 (HD) Virgin Media 523 | 521 (HD) Virgin Media Ireland 423 | 424 (HD)
Eurosport 2 BT TV 413 | 436 (HD) Sky 411 (HD) Virgin Media 524 | 522 (HD) Virgin Media Ireland 425 | 426 (HD)
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Winmau TV coverage of the Winmau BDO British Classic , Men’s and Women’s Semi-Finals and Final. Start time to be confirmed but not before 17.00hrs.
Winmau TV coverage of the Winmau BDO British Open, Men’s and Women’s Semi-Finals and Final. Start time to be confirmed but not before 17.00hrs.
Eurosport 1 and Winmau TV coverage of the Winmau World Masters, Men’s last 16. Winmau TV to also cover Youth Finals, and Women’s Quarter Finals. Starts at 14.00hrs UK time. Eurosport 1 on air at 18.00hrs
Eurosport 1 and Winmau TV coverage of the Winmau World Masters, Men’s Quarter Finals down to the Final, and Women’s Semi-Finals and Final. Winmau TV to also cover the WDDA Finals Starts at 15.30hrs UK time. Eurosport 1 on air at 17.00hrs
Tickets are still available from www.bridspa.com to watch the finest players in the BDO battle it out for the coveted Winmau World Masters title.
Highest Checkout (stage matches only): £1,000
Semi-Finalists: £3,000 each
Quarter Finalists: £1,500 each
Last 16: £1,000 each
Last 32: £250 each
Semi-Finalists: £750 each
Quarter Finalists: £500 each
Semi-Finalists: £100 each