Kyle Anderson, a adorned Australian darts participant, has died.
The Skilled Darts Company (PDC) confirmed his dying on Monday in an announcement. Anderson was 33.
“We ship our condolences and finest needs to Kyle’s household and pals at this terribly unhappy time, notably his spouse and youngsters,” PDC president Barry Hearn stated. “He was a preferred participant on the tour and his expertise and dedication made him an inspiration to different gamers around the globe.”
No reason behind dying has been confirmed.
Anderson, nicknamed “The Unique,” competed in seven World Championships. The fitting-hander received the Auckland Darts Masters in 2017.
The darts world continues to share messages of condolences and recollections with Anderson.
Fellow PDC athlete, Simon Whitlock tweeted, “Completely gutted to wake to the horrible information about Kyle. Not solely a superb participant however a really good man. Many occasions I performed in opposition to him and liked enjoying with him. You’ll be missed Kyle however by no means forgotten – tragic.”