PDC Nordic & Baltic’s
Main goal is to raise the profile of the sport of Darts across the Scandinavian and Baltic territories.
Over the years the region has produced players that have competed at the very highest level of the game and the aim
is to further develop talent by giving players a platform to regularly participate in a competitive yet controlled environment.
The Danish Darts League (DDL), fronted by chairman Michael Frydendahl & veteran Danish player Jann Hoffman, collaborated with Pro Darts Finland (PDF), Pro Darts Sweden (PDS) and Unicorn Products to nurture a unique partnership with the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). From this partnership the Scandinavian Darts Corporation (SDC) was formed in 2012.
Starting 2017 the SDC’s territory expanded to cover the Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, at the same time changing its name to Professional Darts Corporation Nordic & Baltic (PDCNB).
During 2017 a further opportunity for PDCNB players was introduced. Through cooperation with PDC Europe came the introduction of a European Pro Tour (ET) qualification spot giving Nordic & Baltic players the chance to compete on stage throughout Europe and thus gain further valuable experience.
Michael Frydendahl – Chairman – Denmark
Jann Hoffmann – Player relations
Heli Kantele – Finland
Dean Moss – Sweden
Brian Odsgaard – Tournament Director (TD), Webmaster
Mads Magnussen – Head of Media
Phone: +45 51 18 95 27
Even though we still have two more Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour events to go, Marko Kantele has already qualified for the World Darts Championship
The World Cup of Darts will soon be upon us. The Latvian and Swedish team has already been locked, but there will still be a
Soon we will see our fourth weekend on the Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour take place, this time in Finland. There will be a free
Dmitrijs Žukovs is quite a new name on the Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour, but even so, he has already made quite a name for
Darius Labanauskas and Madars Razma were drawn against each other at Players Championship 7, and Darius Labanauskas ended up winning 6-4. At every Players Champiosnhip
This weekend also featured the PDC Pro Tour, as Players Championship 5 and 6 were being held in Barnsley. And it came with mixed features
Marko Kantele is in great form at the moment. And by his great form, he won yet another Nordic and Baltic title this weekend and
The World Cup of Darts expands from 32 to 40 teams, meaning Iceland will make their debut at the tournament. The tournament will also feature
Mindaugas Barauskas won his first ever tournament at the Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour last month, which has given him more confidence for the coming
Once again Madars Razma proved himself good on the PDC Pro Tour, as he reached the quarter-finals at the Players Championship 3. Madars Razma got