This is an American Darters Association sanctioned league.
You must be an ADA member to play. To become a member, head to ADA/ADL link in the drop-down menu.
Matches will be scored using DartConnect and recorded through the Get Down! Darts Discord page. If you do not yet have a DartConnect or Discord account, click the links below to sign up. You do not need to have premium membership; a free guest account is all that is required.
You are only required to have 1 camera. The camera must be facing the board at all times and have a clear view of the whole board.
League dues will be $22 a week. Payments can be made using Paypalfirstname.lastname@example.org
You will have 1 week coordinate with your opponent and play your match. Coordination will be done though the chat on the Discord page. If there is an issue or need to reschedule, please contact an admin.
League length depends on the number of players that sign up. It will be a round robin season, and everyone gets paid depending on the number of games you win. Every game won will earn you 1 point and $2 towards your final payout. Top 4 players will have a playoff after the regular season. Top player will get an extra $50 as well as a Shot board. We may also run some small tourneys and do a few product giveaways throughout the season.
You must coordinate a time for your match on the Get Down Discord page. @playername to highlight your opponent
Camera must have full view of the board at all times during match play and mics on.
Score must be called and scored on DartConnect before darts are pulled from the board. Darts on the wire can be manually "tilted" to show and confirm what segment they're in be before scoring but not removed until scored.
Diddle to start match play. "Home" player (player on top) will throw first. Dart must be in the 25 or bull to count. 25 beats missed dart and bull beats 25. If both players miss the 25 or bull completely or both hit the same segment of the bull then you must re diddle, alternating who throws first.
This is a true steel tip league which means you must double out.
Please be professional and courteous while playing. No excessive displays of anger for missed darts or losing. Treat your opponent with the respect you would want them to treat you with.
Play your game but be mindful of game pace. Although there is no timer or "shot clock", once the game starts please be at the oche ready to throw after our opponent scores their turn.
If a short break is needed for bathroom or drinks, let your opponent know.
Matches must be played to completion.