Global now includes 12 great darts personalities from all round the world and at different stages of their careers, including 3 ladies. More than anything else, this shows Unicorn’s commitment to darts throughout the world and to all dart players everywhere. 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, Madars Razma (Latvia), 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).
Boris Koltsov first came to notice in last year's World Championship after defeating Igor Dzasokhov in the final of the Russian Qualifier to win an Ally Pally debut.
Wins on the PDC Youth and Development Tours make Adam an exciting prospect. Backed by Gary Anderson, manager Tommy Gilmour and now Team Unicorn, he has all the tools to go all the way.
The first Latvian to play at a World Championship is the latest member of Team Unicorn!
Poland’s leading darts ace Krzysztof Kciuk has joined Team Unicorn as the world’s leading darts manufacturer continues to spread the tungsten gospel.
He has never shied away from a big challenge - on or off the oche ... He is winning his personal battle against cancer and continues to win on the dartboard Down Under. Barry Jouannet is a remarkable man and he hopes to become a remarkable darts player.
He is one of the top darts players in Eastern Europe and Nandor Bezzeg wants to prove himself in the world of PDC Darts.
She is Team Unicorn’s very own ‘Golden Girl’ - one of the best players around and Irina Armstrong is on course to take the ladies darts world by storm over the next few years.
Germany is one of the fastest growing darting countries and Michael Rosenauer is right up there at the top of the tree.He proved his point at the 2008 World Championship and is now set to give the PDC circuit a real go, as he bids to make up for lost time.
The sport of darts is on the rise in the land of the rising sun. It is becoming one of the biggest markets in the world and Unicorn is backing one of the best! Tomonori Takeda is the future of darts in Japan and the Far East and it was the influence of watching the greatest of them all - Phil Taylor - that persuaded the 32-year-old to start on a new journey.
She has been in the top echelons of the Ladies darts world for many years but that isn't enough for Tricia Wright, who has dream... a dream she is determined will come true before the end of her career.
Those in the know in European darts are adamant….Steffi Luck is a World Champion in waiting.
Amit is a former India National Champion who is starting to make a name for himself in the wider darts community.