The ranking for the Round Robin blocs will be determined according to the following rules.
- 1. Number of winnings (Number of MATCHES won)
- 2. Number of LEGS won
- 3. Number of LEGS lost
- 4. The result of the direct confrontation of the teams
- * If three or more teams are tied on (1)-(4), each team will play a COUNT-UP. The winner of the COUNT-UP will proceed to the SKO.
- Please make sure to fill in the stats and results of each LEG of the Pre-tournament Round Robin on the match card.
*If the stats are not recorded, the player may be disqualified.
- Upon completion of a MATCH, the match card has to be handed to the control desk.
- 1.Round limit
- 501: 15 Rounds
- 701: 15 Rounds
- Cricket: 15 Rounds
- 2.Throwing order of the game
- Throwing order of the 1st LEG will be decided by corking.
- The coin toss function of DARTSLIVE2 will be used for deciding who throws the cork first.
- The player who throws closer to the center of the BULL can decide the throwing order.
- If the first player's dart hits the exact center of the BULL, the second player is required to verify the location, remove the first player's dart, then throw the cork.
- The winner of the cork can decide the throwing order of the 1st LEG.
- From the second LEG, except if notified otherwise in the game format, the player who lost in the previous LEG will throw first.
Sandbagging and walkover
- RATING reflected by the average STATS within the tournament exceed 4 or more RATINGs by the pre-registered RATING, the player would be considered as BUST and will be disqualified.
- Sandbagging rule applies to both pretournament Round Robin and SKO.
- Players are required to fill STATS of each LEG in the match card.
- The tournament is stictly run by time. Only three match calls will be made within 5 minutes. If the player does not show up after the last match call, player will be disqualified. 2:0 will be resulted.
Amendment of incorrect scoring
- If a darts machine records the score incorrectly and the darts remain stuck to the board, a referee should be called and the "Reverse A Round" function will be used to reverse the score. The correct score will be entered by the referee by pressing the target segment where the dart is stuck. No player should use this function but a referee. If the amendment of the score was agreed upon by both parties, then the game can be proceeded by the players themselves.
- Incorrect scores cannot be amended, if darts stucked to the board are removed, the round is forwarded to the next player and the player has already thrown the darts.
- In case the game is interrupted such as by a power failure, a referee will restore the last game with the agreement of both teams. If the restoration is not possible, the LEG will be reset, and players will be asked to start over.
- All players are required to compete in an appropriate attire.
- All players must present a clean and neat appearance.
- No shorts or bermuda shorts allowed for men.
- All shirts must have sleeves.
- No headwear and earphone is allowed.
- No cut-offs or ragged edge hems on any shirts.
- Shoes(sneakers or leather shoes) must be worn in the tournament venue at all times.
- No unauthorized use of shirts similar in style to the staff shirts will be allowed on the tournament floor.
- Names and logos of any dart machine and dart board manufacturers other than the official dart machine manufacturers shown on the outfits must be covered up by the colored tape. Outfit including uniforms, armbands and supporters.
- Penalty for not obeying the Dress Code :
- Any player not in a proper attire will have the right to take one 15 minutes grace period to make the necessary change. Thereafter there will be NO grace period and the player will be disqualified from the MATCH.
- * No outside food or drinks allowed in the venue.
- * For any events not mentioned above, the event organizer has the sole discretion to make any decisions on this tournament.
- * For any rule not mentioned above, this tournament adopts the WSDA Rules.
Should the Event be cancelled due to weather or other circumstances beyond the control of the event organiser or in the case of Force Majeure* resulting in the Event being cancelled, no refund will be made. The event orgraniser shall have no other responsibilities and/or liabilities.
- Force Majeure
- Includes and is not limited to the event organiser being unable to perform its obligations or organise or hold the event due to fire, flood, earthquake, or other severe natural disaster or act of God; or due to protest, riot, civil disobedience, uprising, march, revolt, assembly, demonstration, occupation, commotion, mass gathering, war, insurrection, sabotage, epidemic, or terrorist attack or the likelihood of such event or act.