Fantasy League Darts

We are pleased to announce as title sponsor for our 2013 Fantasy League Darts competition (FLD). The award-winning social betting community currently sponsor top PDC professional Michael van Gerwen and linking up with us further demonstrates their commitment to the sport.

FLD offers an exciting opportunity for fans by adding another dimension to following ‘the arrers’ with £500 on offer for the overall winner,  and £100 and £50 for second and third places respectively.

Having a fast growing and forward thinking company such as Bodugi backing our FLD competition allows us to take it to the next level and make it available to more players. We have concentrated a lot of time into developing the game over the past five years, and it is very satisfying for this to be recognised by

Fantasy League DartsBodugi’s Marketing Director said: “”We’re delighted to be sponsoring Fantasy League Darts. At we know that the only thing better than watching the darts, is having a vested interest in your man winning!

As sponsors of Michael van Gerwen, Mighty Mike will be the first man on our fantasy darts team. We’ll be running special offers on darts markets throughout the season, and we can’t wait for the competition to get underway!”

In addition to the end of season prizes there are additional opportunities to win manager of the month prizes (MoM) which are awarded to the top two performing teams in each calendar month. First prize is a £50 free bet with the title sponsor, whilst second placed managers can expect to receive a set of Eric Bristow endorsed Darts Practice Rings.

A fantasy darts game ought to do what real darts can’t – pitch the best players from the rival PDC and BDO organisations against each other. Fantasy League Darts 2013 achieves this by allowing managers to assemble a team made up of players from the two main organisations of the sport, bridging a divide that has existed since the early 1990’s.

The chosen players then earn points based on progression in specified tournaments with bonus points allocated for the achievement of any 9 dart legs and televised 170 checkouts.

Fantasy League darts is like no other fantasy competition. Where else can fans become Phil Taylor’s manager? However, budget constraints mean you also have to pick out the best value up and coming players to build a balanced team. Over the course of the season underperforming players can be transferred and with 10 transfers available the whole squad can be rotated.

2013 Fantasy League Darts is registering now. Full details and the entry form can be found here:

About The Author