A WORD FROM OUR CHAMPIONS
We’re edging closer to the end of our premiere year in the world of dart blaster team competition, and we’ve loved every moment so far. As we prepare to crown a champion team at the Dart Zone Pro Tournament in Rochester, New York, we want to take a moment and get to know the competitors who’ve made us proud. To that end, we’ve singled out the burning questions our community wants to know. Read on for answers from the Pro Tournament finalists.
Answers from Christopher Caruso
Q: How many years have you been playing this sport?
CC: About a year and a half going to events and arenas.
Q: How many years have you been with your team?
CC: This is our first year together.
Q: How often do you practice?
CC: I play every weekend with my son. There are a lot of local events we all go to.
Q: What excites you about the Blaster League?
CC: The ability to compete with like-minded people. And the feeling of comradery.
Q: Where do you see this sport going in the future?
CC: I see competitive events becoming much more popular. The barriers to entry are coming down with new commercial offerings. This makes the sport more accessible.
Q: If there was one thing you could communicate to skeptics about this emerging sport, what would it be?
CC: That having fun and competing with each other is a great way to learn about yourself and push your boundaries.
Q: What do you hope to do with the prize money if you win?
CC: Buy more 3D printers.
Q: Please highlight any personal stories (ex. Your personal/team road to get to the final) below.
CC: Our team kind of came together from people having a good time at local events. We are a group of dedicated individuals who work hard and play harder. We came in 3rd our first event together for Q1 in Florida and 2nd for Q2 in New Jersey.
SEE YOU SOON!
The Dart Zone Blasters team is looking forward to seeing Pro Tournament finalists Frumble again when they compete for the championship title at the Dart Zone Pro Tournament.