The PDC Premier League will hold six closed door events at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes as the darts contest looks to resume its season.
Under the plans, the PDC will hold 6 nights from August 25th at the venue as the restart of its Premier League, which was suspended in March along with other sports.
A revised schedule culminating in a grand final play-off tournament at the London O2 Arena in October is now being pursued, with a number of events unable to take place.
The Milton Keynes events will mark the restart of the league in full after a five month hiatus.
As part of the structure, the third night in MK will be the tournament’s Judgement Night, which will see one player eliminated from the competition.
The event will be the third darts event in quick succession to be held at the venue adjoined to stadium mk.
The Marshall Arena hosted a PDC Players Championships event behind closed doors last week, ending on July 12th, while it is also hosting the Betfred World Matchplay darts tournament from Saturday (18/07).
It is the second sport to have used the Marshall Arena to hold a closed door event since restrictions for sporting events eased earlier this summer, with the venue used to hold two snooker tournaments in June.