Create your profile
The first thing you need to do, is to create your profile. If you already have a myDarts profile, you can use your myDarts username and password.

Enter your name, choose a nickname and a password and enter your E-Mail address. Your E-Mail address is basically needed if you forget your password and want to restore it.

Make sure your name is 3 to 25 characters long, your nickname is 5 to 16 characters long and your password ins 8 to 16 characters long.

Once everything is set up, click on the "add player" button on the right.

The next step is to login.

Enter your name and your password and click on the "login" button.

Once you are successfully logged-in, your nickname will appear, along with your current training profile grades, a logout button, a stats button and a "start training" dartboard button.

Below the login area, you can see the menu. When you are using myDarts ***trainer to improve your game, you can practice three specific areas:
  • Pts: the focus here is to score as many points as you can
  • #: the focus of this category is to hit specific fields, singles, doubles and triples
  • Checkouts and Doubles: the focus here are doubles and checking out (double out)

  • You can choose the area you want and also the difficulty: easy, medium, hard. This means you can for example practice Checkouts and Doubles easy, medium and hard, or you can practice all three categories, but only easy challenges. Whatever you want! You can also choose how many challenges you want to have: 10, 20, 30.
    If you need in-game help, just click on the "? help" button.

    If you want to check your stats over the last few months, just click on the "Stats" button. To see your current stats, you can also go to our log in section and log-in with your nickname and password.

    Start the game
    Once you are logged-in and have chosen the settings for your training, click on the dartboard to start a new game.

    Play the game
    Once you started the game, the game screen appears.

    On the left you the darts you have thrown and your challenges.

    On the right, you can see the huge dartboard, which is used to input the darts you have thrown.

    The only thing you need to do, is to click on the dartboard once you have thrown your darts, and input whatever you have thrown.
    As mentioned before, when you are using myDarts, you do not have to keep score or calculate anything. Everything will be done for you. The only thing you need to do is to click on the dart board to tell the app what you have scored. For instance: click on the black S20 segment, if you have thrown a single 20.
    So, play a game of darts and once you have thrown your 3 darts, just click on the myDarts dart board to enter your score.

    The big white and black segments are the single segments. The red and green segments of the outer circle are the double segments. The red and green segments of the inner circle are the triple segment. In the middle of the dart board is the bulls' eye. The green segment is the "25" segment. The red segment is the bull's eye.

    If you did not hit anything, just click on the black outer ring.

    Within the segments it is not important that you click on the exact spot that your dart has hit. Just click on any part of the segment.

    The image on the left shows you a few examples.
    When your are using the myDarts ***Trainer app the left side of the screen shows you your current challenge, and also the challenges you already completed.

    After you completed all of the challenges (10, 20, or 30) the app will send you back to the main screen, where you can take a look at your stats and grades and where you can also start a new training.
    When you are using the myDarts app, you have to first create player profiles and log-in. That gives you the advantage that your stats will be saved in our database. Which means we save you percentage in all nine categories (Pts easy, Pts medium, Pts hard, # easy, # medium, # hard, Checkouts and Doubles easy, Checkouts and Doubles medium, Checkouts and Doubles hard). We also give you grades in each category. AND: we save your stats on a monthly basis, so you can keep track on how your game improved over the last couple of months.

    To make that work, your stats will be uploaded to our database after your current training is completed.

    Note: So, make sure your internet connection is working. If there is no connection to the internet, your stats cannot be saved.