Video: Connecting the World with DartConnect

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Flashback to 2019!

The newest DartConnect trailer produced for the 2019 PDC World Series of Darts in Las Vegas.

Produced and directed by L. David Irete

Sky Sports Spotlights Online Darts Revolution

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Online darts participation is skyrocketing during the Covid-19 global lockdown, forcing amateurs and top professionals alike to the Internet to get their steel tip fix.

Sky Sports, who televises the lion’s share of professional event “majors” like the PDC World Championships, takes a closer look at how online darts is evolving.

From professionals seeking the fill the void of live sports entertainment to every day folk looking for a fun way to pass the time in isolation, Sky Sports’ Paul Prenderville explored the numbers with DartConnect founder, David Macher, who said: Read more

Historical Heights Continue for Snakebite

World Champion Peter Wright continues to make history less than a month into this year’s ProTour season:

  • Highest-Ever Combined Average: Players Championship 2 Quarterfinals – Averaged 113.7 in a losing effort to Nathan Aspinall who averaged 117, together producing the highest ever combined match average of 115.24 View Match Report
  • Highest-Ever Tournament Average: Players Championship 5 – Averaged 106.07 over 7 matches and 63 legs. PC5 Leaderboard

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BOMBSHELL: Fallon Sherrock blows up the PDC World Championship


The 25-year old mother of one from Buckinghamshire, England, is sending shockwaves throughout the world of darts and has become an international sporting phenomenon.

Live Your Pro Darts Fantasy on DartConnect

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Train your game for PDC Q-School or just practice like a pro!

You don’t have to be chasing a PDC tour card to practice like a top professional! Whether you’re going to the UK or Germany, or just pretending at home or the pub, get a taste of PDC Q-School with DartConnect’s new Q-School Practice Bot. Read more

DCTV paves the road for PDC World Championship Qualification


DartConnect TV features exclusive coverage of the final PDC World Championship qualification tournaments during October and November 2019.

Prospective contenders from across Europe and the world, including two special events for women players, compete for a chance to play on the biggest world stage in darts.

Each event will have complete DCTV coverage, including live scoreboards, real-time results, player leaderboards and more.  Fans of darts around the world can follow their favorite players as they take the oche to live their darting dreams.

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Complete Schedule & Links to the Action

19 October

SouthWEST European Qualifier
> Full results and match statistics – Click Here

09 November:

SouthEAST European Qualifier
Festsaal of the Wirtschaftskammer – Austria
> Watch LIVE on DCTV – Click Here

Matches begin 1200 local time (1000 GMT)

16 November:

Women’s “Rest of the World” Qualifier
Hildesheim, Germany
> Watch LIVE on DCTV – Click Here

Women players from outside UK/Ireland are invited to compete for FREE entry. Top ladies from across Europe and the world are expected to compete, including North America and Asia.

Matches begin 1200 local time

25 November:

Women’s Qualifier – UK/Ireland
Wigan, United Kingdom
> Watch LIVE on DCTV – Click Here

Matches begin 1200 local time

25 November:

PDPA Tour Card Holders – Last Chance Qualifier
Wigan, United Kingdom
> Watch LIVE on DCTV – Click Here

Will immediately follow the conclusion of the Women’s UK/Ireland Qualifier

Debutant Asp Dominates US Darts Masters


Photo Credit: Lucas Peltier/PDC

Nathan Aspinall’s first ever World Series event proved gold for the young ace who defeated former World Youth Champion, Michael Smith, by a score of 8-4 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on July 5th.  Aspinall adds to his growing list of career wins with the Vegas World Series trophy and the $20,000 USD that comes with it!

Get Nathan Aspinall Fan Alerts: Click Here

Review match reports and stats on DCTV:

See every player’s performance breakdown:

Tip: Click the # in any player’s leaderboard MP column to reveal their chart like the one pictured above.

Beaming Baggish captures North American Darts Championship

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Photo credit: Lucas Peltier/PDC

The PDC’s North American World Series of Darts broke new ground with a record-breaking 190+ players battling in Las Vegas to fill just 8 qualifying spots over 2 days of grueling competition.  In the end, it was a newcomer who prevailed as the favorites fell.

Florida, USA’s Daniel Baggish defeated reigning champion, Canada’s Jeff Smith, to win the PDC North American Championship at the Mandalay Bay.  On July 4th, the day of his country’s birth, Baggish’s career was also born, overcoming his first time on the stage by taking out the most experienced of the North American qualifiers.

Get Danny Baggish Fan Alerts: Click Here

In addition to the $10,000 first place prize money, Baggish has fulfilled a lifelong dream by qualifying to compete on the Alexandria Palace stage for the PDC World Championship at the end of the year, representing USA.  See the links below to retrace his path to glory.

Review match reports and stats on DCTV:

See every player’s performance breakdown:

What about the qualifiers?

With a record-breaking 190+ players, this year’s qualifiers were the most competitive yet.  See which North Americans topped the charts and who rivaled this year’s 8 qualifiers.  Links below will take you to each qualifier’s DCTV channel, with access to match reports and player performance leaderboards:

Tip: Click the # in any player’s leaderboard MP column to reveal their chart like the one pictured above.