Unicorn continue to consolidate their team of sponsored players with another extension. It has seemed to us for a while that they are trying to build a very solid base, especially of younger or non UK players, whilst keeping their elite team in place.
The latest extension is detailed below:
Latvian star Madars Razma has extended his contract with Unicorn Darts.
Razma, aged 31, regained his PDC Tour Card at European Q-School in January 2019 with a run to the final on the third day, which saw him finish first on the Order of Merit, giving him at least another two years on the PDC Pro Tour.
Along with his full-time commitment to the PDC Tour, Razma remains a mainstay on the PDC Nordic & Baltic Tour and via that route after topping the Order of Merit, he earned a prized spot at last years World Championship, where he was just edged by Team Unicorn stablemate Harry Ward in a second round thriller.
Razma is pleased to extend his stay with Unicorn ”I am very happy to be part of this great team since 2014. It is a huge boost for me to have the fantastic support and I’d like to thank everyone for their continued belief. We will continue the fight together”.
Player Liaison Manager Matt Rankin added ”We really admire Madars and his all-round positive attitude towards the game of darts in general. He is fully committed to playing in as many events as possible and he is a fantastic global ambassador for our brand. He is a pleasure to work with”.
‘Razmatazz’ has risen to 69th place on the main PDC Order of Merit and now has his sights set on another appearance at Alexandra Palace later this year after securing double qualification for two future European Tour events last week in Barnsley. His quest is well underway!.
Originally Posted in Unicorn Darts By Unicorn Darts News