Just hours after his maiden PDC major title, Joe Cullen has been included in the Premier League's eight player line-up.
He's joined by World Championship winner Peter 'Snakebite' Wright, who will be vying for a first Premier League title having come agonisingly close in 2017.
After missing out through Covid-19 last year, Gerwyn Price is also back in the line-up, as is World Championship runner-up Michael Smith, who was left out of last year's field.
Full 2022 Premier League line-up:
Michael van Gerwen
A new format
The competition has had a change of format this year, with eight players set to compete in 16 mini-events during the season in the lead up to the playoffs.
Each of the 16 league nights comprise of quarter-finals, semi-finals and then a final over 11 legs, with the winner of each event handed a £10,000 bonus.
Based on position, each player is then granted ranking points - five to the winner, three to the runner-up and two to the losing semi-finalists. the points will then form the league table, with the top four progressing to the playoffs.
Premier League schedule
Night 1 - Thursday February 3 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Night 2 - Thursday February 10 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Night 3 - Thursday February 17 - SSE Arena, Belfast
Night 4 - Thursday February 24 - Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
Night 5 - Thursday March 3 - Westpoint Exeter
Night 6 - Thursday March 10 - The Brighton Centre
Night 7 - Thursday March 17 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Night 8 - Thursday March 24 - Rotterdam Ahoy
Night 9 - Thursday March 31 - Utilita Arena Birmingham
Night 10 - Thursday April 7 - First Direct Arena, Leeds
Night 11 - Thursday April 14 - AO Arena, Manchester
Night 12 - Thursday April 21 - P&J Live, Aberdeen
Night 13 - Thursday April 28 - 3Arena, Dublin
Night 14 - Thursday May 5 - OVO Arena, Glasgow
Night 15 - Thursday May 12 - Utilita Arena, Sheffield
Night 16 - Thursday May 19 - The O2, London
Play-Offs - Thursday May 26 - Utilita Arena Newcastle