Shot Darts is delighted to announce the signing of PDC star Kyle ‘The Original’ Anderson. Currently based in Australia, Kyle will represent Shot when he returns to the world stage and international competition. In turn, his new precision dart range will be released by Shot worldwide in October 2020.
Championship Darts Circuit in the USA received an advance shipment of two new generation Bandit Dartboards to use on their feature/streaming board for a CDC weekend; generally, they plan on using one dartboard per day of play to avoid wear showing on camera. With the new Shot Bandit dartboard, they were we able to use one board for BOTH days. Read and watch their review below.
The 2019 World Cup of Darts will take place between the 6thand 9th June at the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany. There will be a total of 32 teams competing in the tournament and each team will be made up of two players. There are no groups and the event is played in a pure knockout format so there are no second chances and anything can happen.
One of the non-seeded teams looking to make a big impact at the 2019 World Cup of Darts is New Zealand. Only twice in the history of the tournament have New Zealand managed to progress beyond the first round. However, they will feel they have a chance of at least matching their best performance at the World Cup of Darts by defeating Lithuania in the first round.