Win these fantastic, one-of-a-kind hand-signed steel-tip darts from legendary players, courtesy of our partner, Target Darts. Winners will be randomly drawn weekly for DartConnect’s 2018 Dart Counter Contest with a Grand Prize offered for the closest guess by year’s end.
Images will be updated with winners as drawings are completed.
Enter now to be included in weekly drawings 26 Oct – 16 Nov. Deadline for Grand Prize entry: 16 November 2018
Rob Cross Autographed World Champion Package (Steel-Tip darts & World Championship Programme)
Hand-signed steel-tip darts from legendary Target players
DartConnect’s “Live Dart Counter” has been tracking the number of darts recorded during all DartConnect matches since 2016. As the DC community continues to grow with new members, leagues, and tournaments worldwide, more darts are recorded every year.
With the support of Target Darts, we’ve created a contest with exclusive one-of-a-kind prizes for everyone to take their best shot at guessing 2018’s end of year total. To help you calculate your best guess, we’ve compiled the following background information. Read more
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Leonard Gates put on quite the show at the inaugural New Orleans Dart Party, posting impressive numbers on his way to winning the 1001 warm up event. Each round was best-of-1, but each leg afforded the opportunity get into a rhythm, something that Gates took full advantage of, carrying 100+ averages in 4 out of 5 legs.
Darts Legend Eric Bristow MBE has died at age 60. Five time World Champion between 1980 and 1986, Eric also won five World Masters titles and was a founder player of the PDC when it was formed in 1993.
PDC chairman Barry Hearn said he would “always be a legend in the world of darts and British sport. It’s just unbelievable. He was working as normal in hospitality, started feeling ill and collapsed and died. Our thoughts go out to his wife and family because this has come as a massive shock to the whole sport of darts.”