Sky Sports will continue to show world-class darts until 2025. The seven-year extension takes the current deal with the Professional Darts Corporation into its fourth decade.
It includes the biggest tournament in 'arras, the William Hill Darts Championship, along with the 16-week Unibet Premier League, bwin Grand Slam of Darts, Unibet World Grand Prix, Betway World Cup of Darts and the BetVictor World Matchplay.
In all, it includes 60 days of live darts a year.
Sky has been showing darts since 1993.
From January 2018, Sky will exclusively show 'The Darts Show', a 12-episode, monthly magazine programme. It's currently showing its 25th World Darts Championship.
"We're absolutely delighted that we have been able to extend our relationship with Sky Sports for a further seven years," said PDC chairman Barry Hearn. "The support of Sky Sports since the PDC was formed almost 25 years ago has been a vital part in the sport's success since then, and it will be fantastic for them to continue their superb coverage of these six major tournaments until at least 2025."