MAD. Whats it all about exactly?
Theres a lot buzz about the brand and a lot of excitement about the future of Amateur Darts as a result. The big question everyones asking is - How does it work? in short...
How it works:
A Ranking based on Local Open Competitions (Organisers can apply for MAD affiliation subject to a criteria) is kept also. This ranking can lead to invites to MAD Major Events and the MAD World Championships
Benefits of registering with MAD (£5 per player for the year) and climbing the MAD ranking system –
- Top 10 players in your region invited to MAD Majors (£2,000+ prize fund) (Cut off dates TBC)
- Top player in your region will be invited to a National Playoff for a WORLD TITLE SHOT and an opportunity to gain a subsidised PDC QSchool spot
- Top player in your region will gain free entry and accommodation to Winmau European Open. £30,000 prize fund.
- Mandatory shot at your Super Regional Champion title belt – Each defence of the Super Regional Title is a minimum prize of £500(Fees apply)
- Each Regional Title Holder come the Winmau European Open will enter the 32 man Golden Gauntlet event with a huge £10,000 first prize.
Other benefits include…..
- Climb the rankings to represent your local area competing in your Super Regional Championships
- Climb the rankings to represent your region in the National Championships
Both competitions will include healthy prize funds!
So what is MAD?
- MAD is open to any amateur player aged 18 and above
- MAD is currently in Great Britain but primed for Global expansion
- MAD caters for the competition player & budding professionals through the "Pub To Pro" pathway
- MAD seeks to provide fresh ideas and entertainment within the amateur game
- MAD individual membership costs £5 per year and allows access to all elements of the mad concept
- MAD is dynamic in its approach and will continue to evolve