FAQs-NADO Daily Remote Tournaments

What is a NADO Daily Remote Tournament (NDRT)?

  • These are remote dart tournament events operated by the NADO office on the Franchisee’s electronic dart boards that participate in NADO Member Player Rewards Program.
  • These events are capped/handicapped Singles events and uncapped handicapped Bring Your Partner Doubles events. Players must register online through NADO’s registration program by 4 pm central time the day of each tournament.
  • NADO players are awarded 1 National Player Rewards Points (NPRPs) for each NADO Daily Remote Tournament (NDRT) in which they participate. These points are awarded in the league participation points category up to a maximum of 60 participation points per season.
  • NDRT points also count towards qualifying for the Spectacular Saturday quarterly tournaments.
  • NDRTs do not award bonus points for winning.


Are the NDRTs just open to NADO players or can anyone play?

  • They are open to players who have an established NADO rating and have played at least 48 league games in the previous 12 months.
  • Player ratings are determined by using the highest PPD and MPR found from qualifying league and tournament play. Qualifying play means 24 or more games per type in a league event. More information regarding NADO ratings can be found here.  


Are there other specific rules regarding NDRTs?

  • If multiple teams are playing at one location, there must be a separate dart board available for each team.
  • At least one person on the team must be able to view the bracket and score the match on Compusport and communicate with the bracket and tournament manager using GroupMe.
  • Other rules are available here.  


How are NDRTs tracked?

  • NADO will use the online Compusport program to track NDRT attendance and results.


 What is the Gold Rush?

  • The Gold Rush bounty is an additional way to win money on the Tuesday and Thursday Doubles events by paying into the Gold Rush Prize Fund at event registration, making your team a Prospector Team.
  • Teams do not have to join the Gold Rush to play in the Doubles events.
  • The afternoon after the event, a “Mine Boss” team will be chosen by way of a formula using the Illinois Lottery’s Pick 3.
  • Prospector teams can then win part of the Gold Rush Pool if they are the Mine Boss team and won the tournament, if they are a Prospector Team who knocked the Mine Boss team into the Loser’s bracket, or if they are a Prospector Team who knocked the Mine Boss team out of the tournament.
  • More information on the Gold Rush Prize Pool and the Mine Boss Team selection process can be found here.


As a player what should I do?

  • The most important aspect is participation. This is a player participation rewards program.
  • Track your points online at NADO.net.
  • Have fun.