Team Unicorn 2016 boasts 4 World Champions and no other brand has more. Our World Champions 2016 are back to back 2015 and 2016 Champion Gary Anderson, plus John Lowe, Bob Anderson and Raymond van Barneveld.
Maestro Premier is the Elite grouping of Unicorn PDC Premier League players just a heartbeat away from World Champion status. Michael Smith has now joined Maestro Premier 2016 along with Kim Huybrechts, Wes Newton, James Wade, Terry Jenkins and Andy Hamilton.
Recently elected Ian White joins Jamie Caven as Maetros 2016, a select pairing in a class of their own. They are both excellent darts professionals at the top of their game game, but just lacking Premier League status or a World Championship title. However, 2016 could be their year.
Chris Aubrey has now joined Dimitri van den Bergh, Ronny Huybrechts, Kyle Anderson, Joe Cullen, Arron Monk, Deven Petersen and Keegan Brown in the new look 2016 Contenders. These 8 players are exactly what they’re called; professionals establishing their careers in darts, snapping at the heels of the established players and likely to surprise many with their skill, dedication and 'can do' enthusiasm. They know no fear and the world titles are theirs for the taking.
Top referee Russ Bray has one of the most recognisable voices in the world of darts and 'The Voice' is part of the most recognisable brand in the world of darts. With him in the Media section is top referee and commentator Gordon Shumway.
Players of all levels, not just those at the very top, can make a valuable contribution to their chosen sport and Global gives Unicorn a chance to support these players. Adam Hunt (England) has now joined Global, joining Boris Koltsov (Russia), Amit Gilitwala, Dirk van Duijvenbode (Holland),Madas Razma (Latvia), Aden Kirk (England) Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland), Barry Jouannet (Australia), Tricia Wright (UK), Irina Armstrong (born Russia, lives in Germany), Michael Rosenauer and Steffi Luck (both Germany), Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland), Barry Jouannet (Australia), Tricia Wright (UK), Irina Armstrong (born Russia, lives in Germany), Michael Rosenauer and Steffi Luck (both Germany), Tomonori Takeda (Japan) and Nandor Bezzeg (Hungary).
The 2017 Generation 180 line-up now includes Craig Reeves and Nico Blum, who join Harriet Raynsford, Sean White, Gary Thorne, Dan Read, Harry Annals, Samantha Pike, Jack Warner, Harry Lane, Jack Marriner, Adam Paxton and Gavin Howard. Other categories beware.