The Christmas period is a time for fun, laughter, enjoyment and more recently it has been known as a time for the PDC World Darts Championships, with Ladbrokes offering their live streaming service for fans.
It’s back again this year, and even though all the good tickets have been sold out throughout the three weeks of action, you will never have to miss an arrow as sponsors Ladbrokes have released great news that they will be providing Live Streaming of every World Championship match via their website, mobile and Ipad applications.
So, whether you’re in the office, on the bus, or even on the toilet, there are no excuses regarding your access to all the epic darts action.
Founded all the way back in 1886, Ladbrokes can boast over 1 million online customers and in total, via their shop outlets and online functions, take over £2billion in bets per year.
They are known as the kings as high street bookmaking but in recent years have started to really stamp their authority on the online sector too. One of their main strengths is the live streaming they provide and darts fans all around the world have been shaking with excitement about the prospect of every match being made available through Ladbrokes online portal.
In order to access the streams via a laptop, mobile or Ipad, you need to sign up to an account with Ladbrokes, which is of course free of charge.
The slight catch is that Ladbrokes do require you bet on the match in question in order to view the HD coverage but as it’s only £1, it really isn’t too much of a problem. As long as you have a good Wi-Fi or 3G connection, you can access a perfect live feed of your chosen match with added commentary so you don’t miss a beat.
Remember, punters signing up to Ladbrokes, with a view to betting on the PDC World Championships, can be entitled to a healthy welcome bonus of up to £50. All punters need to do is to go through the official sign-up process, which takes minutes, and deposit £60 into their account. Within minutes a free match bet of your initial deposit will arrive in your account. Remember the key to accessing this type of bonus is to enter the bonus code, which for British and Irish customers is Dart60.
So, with all this live streaming and free bets to play with, where should your money be going when betting with Ladbrokes?
Well, the ante-post markets are a great place to start. As with all major tournaments Phil Taylor is heading the betting at a very short price considering there are over 75 players taking part from around the world. Ladbrokes, as sponsors of the event, have promised to lay the biggest price on Taylor before the tournament and have racked up huge liabilities on the 9/4 they have offered.
He is the one everyone has to beat and in our humble opinion, he does look vulnerable once again this year, after being eliminated at early stages for the last two years, where Adrian Lewis has gone onto land the trophy.
But with so many betting opportunities on the horizon, pin-pointing one particular bet is hard to recommend. Therefore our advice is watch the darts closely through Ladbrokes live streaming service and try to get a feel for what type of form each player is in. That is the key to success when betting on darts: knowing your stuff and predicting when a certain player is about to find his best game.
It’s set to be three weeks of fantastic punting action, and with Ladbrokes you have everything you need to make sure you enjoy the experience to the fullest.