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During a busy qualification period for the JDC Virtual platform during lockdown, the system had players from over 50 nations looking to apply their skills and qualify for the first ever JDC Virtual World Championships and the nations challenge.

Developed over the initial lockdown period of the Covid19 pandemic, JDC Virtual would see players from Nigeria competing online and trying to make the best of it with some really tired equipment. Two players in particular would press on day in day out to unlock the opportunity to compete in Gibraltar and represent Nigeria. Emeka Joseph and Rebecca Omoroh in the early stages would be flying the flag for the DSDA and Nigeria on facebook with their LIVE attempts of JDC Virtual. This was then brought to the attention of the JDC Chairman Steve Brown who had to assist.

" at JDC level we already have connections in Nigeria but the JDC Virtual platform just brought the situation to life that they needed some equipment support at the training center. I was put in touch with the DSDA and arranged a shipment of boards to them. Working alongside the organisation will hopefully give many children and adults the opportunity to enjoy their darts". Brown commented. 

 

To date, 6 players from Nigeria have now unlocked all 6 of their qualification passsports on JDC Virtual allowing them to compete in the revised scheduled World event next April in Gibraltar. 

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