Dave has ordered two more series of the hugely successful Dara O Briain's Go 8 Bit, which was the one of the channel's biggest shows of 2016.
Following the success of the first series, the gaming panel show has extended its run to ten episodes per series.
Hosted by Dara O Briain, the series sees celebrities battle it out over five rounds on a variety of computer games, from cult classics to contemporary blockbuster titles.
Each episode challenges the conventional gaming rules and ends with a super sized physical challenge to put participants to the test.
The first series brought a feast of famous faces to take part, including Russell Howard, Rachel Riley, Jason Manford, David James and Bob Mortimer.
The first video game-driven TV programme was adapted from a live Edinburgh Fringe show created by team captains of the show Sam McNeil and Sam Pamphilon.
Dara O Briain said: “What bittersweet news. The more time I spend making this fun exciting show about video games, the less time I have to play fun, exciting video games, and I'm already pretty bad at video games. In fact, the more I make this show the less qualified I am to be a guest on it. Now there's an irony.”
Steve North, Dave general manager, said: “It’s really exciting to be able to make more Go 8 Bit on Dave. We had a fantastic response to the first series, and with Taskmaster returning next year as well, we’ve got arguably two of the most exciting, individual panel shows on television.”