Have you tried turning it off and on again?
If you think you've got internet woes then spare a thought for Gary Anderson. The two time world champion has been forced to pull out of the planned PDC Home Tour because his WiFi connection is not strong enough.
The PDC are launching a special 32-night tournament on Friday, with players facing off against each other from their own homes via video call. However, Anderson will sadly not be part of it.
Introducing the PDC Home Tour 🏡🎯
- 32 consecutive nights of action
- Open to all Tour Card Holders
- FREE to watch on PDCTV
Kicking off this Friday! 🙌
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) April 14, 2020
Speaking to The Sun, Anderson said:
"I was up for it but when we did tests of my WiFi, it’s just not reliable enough. It doesn’t surprise me. I struggle to pay bills online in my house, it’s really frustrating."
And here we were, planning to ask him if he fancied being part of our COD: Warzone squad. Anyhow, the darts should still be a bit of craic. It starts on PDCTV at 7.30pm on Friday, with world champion Peter Wright in a group against Peter Jacques, Jamie Lewis and Niels Zonneveld.