When two tungsten titans go head to head, one will taste the bitterness of defeat while the other will stand victorious—unless of course it’s a tie. But how will you know the outcome unless you have a scoreboard to tally up the numbers? Most dart games require score be kept during play, and there are plenty of options when it comes to dart scoreboards. Chalkboards are the most common type of scoreboards you are likely to come across, but you will also find dry erase maker boards. If you play a lot of cricket, look for scoring boards with pre-marked numbers to make scoring easier. Most cricket scoreboards only score 20-15 and bulls, but if you look hard enough, you can find boards that include the triples and doubles variants, as well as boards with the “three in the bed” variant. Another option to consider is an electronic dart scoreboard. The electronic scoreboard will take the guesswork out of your math, and they come programmed with a variety of scoring options for different games. If you play a lot of 301, 501 or 701, but can never remember the best combination of darts for an out, then you may also consider mounting an Out Chart by your dart board. While not technically a scoreboard, it does provide a quick reference to help you finish a game.