Information on how to start and run a singles leagueDarts is a numbers game. We like to use number to determine where people should play. Yes, there are levels; there are levels in every single sport out there and our goal is to get EVERYONE playing darts and wanting to be competitive.
Not every player can be at the top, but that doesn't mean they are not competitive and trying the best they can. By offering different levels of play with a statistical tracking method for advancement, we're trying to encourage new or lower players to improve.
Each PlayDartsAmerica league is designed to last about 1 hour 10 minutes, so you can have different levels of play going on at the same time and have your schedules work out the same.
|League||3-dart avg / darts per game / Darts Index||Format||PlayDartsAmeria|
|Other League Comparison|
|Premier||71+ / < 22 darts per game / <= 7.0||Best of 18||Masters||A+ or AA|
|1||60+ / < 26 darts per game / <= 8.4||Best of 16||AA||A or AA|
|2||52+ / < 30 darts per game / <= 10.0||Best of 12||A||A|
|3||42+ / < 36 darts per game / <= 12.0||Best of 8||B||B|
|4||31+ / < 48 darts per game / <= 16.0||Best of 6||C||C|
|5||Under 31 / 48+ darts per game / > 16.0 )||Best of 4||D||D|
You can start with as little as 2 players and you can have a league. Granted the more players you have the better, but anyone can start with the smallest amount. Our first associated league started with 2 players 3 years ago and now has 5 different venues across multiple skill levels.
More details to come soon...