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Darts Legend Quitting the PDC and Competitive Darts

Darts legend Bob Anderson is going to call it a day for competitive darts, and will put more time and effort into the exhibition, and also into the up and coming League of Legends.

Unicorn Darts News:

“I’ve had a long, long run,” he said. “I am happy this is the right time. In 1981, I started in the top 32 and here we are – 27 years later – and I am finishing in the top 32 in the world. Now is the right time for something new.”

Anderson – a life member of the Professional Darts Players Association – had to resign from the PDC because the new venture isn’t affiliated to the Professional Darts Corporation.

He had the option to rejoin the PDC in September but has decided it is time for a fresh start.

“I am saddened that I had to resign but I wish everyone in the PDC well and I am proud to have made a contribution to the organisation and played a part in the huge growth of the sport over the past few years.”

PDC Chairman Barry Hearn said: “Bob is a credit to the game and a great ambassador for the sport of darts. I wish him well for the future.”

Read the entire article on the Unicorn Darts News page.

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