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New WDF member countries and ranking regions update

Ahead of the first World Darts Federation (WDF) ranking events of 2024, the WDF are pleased to welcome Papua New Guinea and Yemen as new interim member countries.
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Russian Invasion of Ukraine

The world is horrified by what Russia has done, aided and abetted by Belarus. World leaders sought to avoid this invasion through diplomatic means but to no avail given Russia’s unswerving intention to invade Ukraine. The unprecedented sanctions that are being imposed on Russia and Belarus by countries, and industries all over the world appear to be the only peaceful way to disrupt and disable Russia’s current intentions and restore peace.
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Winmau and Blade 6 Announced as Exclusive Dartboard Sponsor of The WDF and Lakeside World Championships

Winmau and the World Darts Federation are pleased to announce that Winmau are to become exclusive board sponsors on a three-year-deal, becoming sponsors for the 2022 Lakeside WDF World Darts Championships at the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green played exclusively on the Winmau Blade 6.
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WDF and DartConnect announce 5-Year Partnership

The World Darts Federation and DartConnect have signed a 5-year agreement to collaborate on technology, programs and competitions to promote and grow the sport of darts globally. Since their first joint venture at the 2019 WDF World Cup in Romania, the two entities have continually worked together to develop initiatives that can unite players from around the world.
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New WDF Website

The World Darts Federation is delighted to reveal our brand new website. Together with xzn and darts statistics, we have developed the new website during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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WDF Ranking Events to Resume in June. Denmark Open Confirmed for October.

The World Darts Federation are happy to confirm that the global ranking system will recommence from June 2021 onwards, with the “Gold” graded Denmark Open in Esbjerg added to the calendar (October 1-3).

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