Remote Dart Leagues & Tournaments

When we say “Remote League” we mean a dart league where you play against another team from another Bar, another City or another State in real time over the internet feature on the dart machines without ever leaving your home bar.

We partner with several other NDA member companies to provide you the ability to play remote league against their players.  When these remote league opportunities become available we will list them on this site and on our Facebook page.

We are also members of the PPD (Partners Promoting Darts) the organization that is sponsored by Pearl Vodka, Lord Calvert and Horizon Darts, and runs the Tournament of Champions in Kansas City each October.

The PPD has remote leagues running 7 days a week for 2 person, 3 person or 4 person teams.  They have handicapped leagues and non handicapped leagues, leagues with multiple team caps,and  leagues with end of season playoffs and leagues with no playoffs.  By visiting their website  you can see a list of leagues that are currently available for each day.  Once 6 teams have signed up for a league, the league is started.  This means leagues become available and start all the time.  If you don’t find a league that suits what you are looking for, you have the ability to create your own league.

Playing in a PPD remote league qualifies you to play in the remote tournaments they offer once a month along with earning points towards the next Tournament of Champions event.  For complete information visit the website at www.dartstoc.com .

 

 

 

 

Allowed Dart Weight Increases

 

INDIANAPOLIS –Following discussion at the annual membership meeting, AMOA-National Dart Association (NDA) members have approved an increase in dart gram weight from 18 to 20 grams.  As of June 1, 2015, NDA-sanctioned players may use 20 gram darts in all NDA regional, junior and international tournaments.

This change comes in response to player and operator feedback regarding the current NDA rules of play.

This change applies to NDA tournaments, C&M Dart Leagues and the Florida State Dart Tournament.  The PPD does not have a dart weight limit for their events.