WDF Virtual Cup Update! World Masters Spots at Stake – Entry Deadline Extended

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WDF and DartConnect are excited to announce there’s been an overwhelming response to the first ever International Men’s and Women’s Virtual Cup competition!  The entry deadline and competition dates have been extended one week.

USA Darts, the premier darts streaming service in North America, will be streaming live Virtual Cup featured matches during the knockout rounds.

The WDF also recently announced that the men’s and women’s singles champions as well as the highest place team will receive invitations to the 2021 WDF World Masters!

Over 40 countries have submitted teams to compete for the title and World Masters berth, including:

Americas 

  • USA
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Canada
  • Brazil
  • Jamaica

Isle Nations 

  • Republic of Ireland
  • Jersey
  • Scotland
  • Faroe Islands
  • Iceland
  • Wales
  • England
  • Northern Ireland

Rest of Europe / Africa

  • Romania
  • Germany
  • Ukraine
  • Czech Republic
  • Egypt
  • Italy
  • France
  • Russia
  • Sweden
  • South Africa
  • Catalonia
  • Poland
  • Slovenija
  • Latvia
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • Lithuania
  • Hungary
  • Finland
  • Monaco

Asia/ NZ / Australia 

  • New Zealand
  • Malaysia
  • India
  • Iran
  • Australia
  • Korea
  • Mongolia
  • Pakistan

The above list was updated on 24 September. More and more are entering every day, check back for updates to the participant list.

Entry deadline extended to 30 September!

What:
Men’s & Women’s Virtual Cup Online Singles Championship

When:
UPDATED!  04 October – 08 November 2020

Who:
2 Men & 2 Women from each member country

Why:
To provide more opportunities for global competition

The tournament will be entirely run on DartConnect’s innovative Digital Steel competition software and scorekeeping app.  This is the same system used at WDF-sanctioned competitions around the world, including the 2019 WDF World Cup in Romania.

Member countries may select 2 men & 2 women to compete in this inaugural event. All matches will be played online over a five week period starting with regional round-robin group play followed by a championship knockout round.