Team Dart 2023

May 4-10th

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Player Eligibility

All tournament players must:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age and comply with regulations of local, state, and federal laws in which they compete in leagues. Prize vouchers may only be cashed on-site for those 21 years of age. 

  2. Be sanctioned by the NDA for the 2021-2022 Membership year and play in leagues ran by an NDA Charter Holder in good standing and in compliance with all league– sanctioning guidelines.  (Only league systems that have every player sanctioned are considered sanctioned leagues.)  Compete during regular league play on qualified machines owned and operated by an NDA charter.

  3. Have played a minimum of 96 league games between April 1, 2021 to February 11, 2022.  Qualifying games must be obtained in no less than eight (8) SEPERATE weeks of league play. [League games can consist of ‘01 and/or Cricket with a minimum of 24 games in the format the player is entering (‘01 or Cricket)]

  4. Be entered in the tournament by the NDA Charter Holder on whose machine(s) they have completed the minimum game requirements for tournament entry.

  5. Have a NDA player– skill rating using the Points Per Dart (PPD) and/ or Marks Per Round (MPR) performance rating system for the event in which they are entered, to be classified. These  performance ratings require a player to compete in 24 games in a single season for that event. Minimum time to obtain a player-skill rating is eight (8) separate league nights in eight (8) separate weeks in the same league season. Players who have played 96 league games but do not have a valid PPD or MPR will be classified as a Master-Rated player and the Charter Holder will be billed for a Master Entry Certificate.

All tournament teams must:

    1. Choose to compete in open, master or ladies masters but cannot compete in more than one for a single.

    2. Declare a full team roster, including substitutes, when entry certificates are completed.

    3. Must play for the same Charter Holder and form a tournament team meeting the above criteria.

Alternates for Doubles, Triples, and Teams:

Teams may use an alternate from the same Charter Holder as long as the alternate player has competed in the same league format as the regular players. Regular team alternate should be entered on the regular player certificate.

Violations of the above will void entries and be non-refundable.