Points Per Dart (PPD) and Marks Per Round (MPR) are the official means of classifying and ranking players.

* PPD: Points Per Dart is used for all '01 games, (301, 501, etc.). To obtain a PPD, divide the total points by the number of actual darts thrown. Example: Player #1 wins the game with his 12th dart. He has achieved a total of 301 points. His PPD is 25.08 (301 / 12 = 25.08). The winner of the game will use the total points of the game, (301, 501, etc.) all other players will use the actual points scored as reported by the machine.

* MPR: Marks Per Round is used for all Cricket games. To obtain a MPR, divide the total number of marks scored by the actual number of darts thrown then multiply by three (3). Example: Player #1 wins the game with their 46th dart. They have achieved a total of 59 marks. Their MPR is 3.85 (59 / 46 x 3 = 3.85). Handicap rounds do not count for the players without darts in that round. When two (2) players are partners on the same number, they record their results individually. A player must compete in a minimum of 24 league games in a league season that meet the following criteria to establish a Skill Rating:

* 301 (501, 701, etc.):  Any '01 league game played open in/open out with a 50 point Bull's Eye on a 15.5 inch target.
* Cricket: Standard scoring Cricket games with a split (25/50) Bull's E Eye on a 15.5 inch target.