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The Facebook comments were coming in fast from friends and family, but also from his many acquaintances in the world of darts, including players and fans.
It actually made me quite emotional. Ware was reminded of those reactions to his story four years ago when he attended Stonewall's Rainbow Laces Summit in September.
The event at Wembley Stadium featured talks and panel discussions with LGBT people and allies from a wide range of national governing bodies, organisations and clubs.
He listened to the coming-out experiences of other LGBT people in athletics, football, motorsport and cricket, to name but a few.
I happen to be the only openly gay male in darts - that is only one part of my identity, but it's an important one. Ware says he has experienced a few "difficult moments" as a consequence of being out; he puts each one down to a lack of understanding.
He is sure that having darts back Rainbow Laces in a simple but publicly stated manner will have the necessary effect.
Ware was 16 when he first told one of his sixth-form friends that he was gay - "we were in the middle of a clean-up on Aberthaw Beach!
It was all cool" - and was already a darts fanatic, playing for his county youth side in Glamorgan. When the caller failed to show up one day for their friendly match against the seniors, Ware was asked to step in as they knew he could "do the numbers".
He ended up doing the whole session. They then asked me to referee the youth finals - and Jimmy won the boys'. Obviously I'd never been exposed to that before.
I just made sure I never responded to it. He was joined at the Summit by PDC chief executive Matthew Porter, who has thrown his and the organisation's support behind an activation of Rainbow Laces at the Grand Slam in Wolverhampton this weekend.
Ware appreciates that some people's perceptions of darts might make the sport seem, to them at least, an unlikely partner for Rainbow Laces.
However, he believes the campaign's vibrant colour and message of inclusion will sit rather neatly amid the fervent atmosphere generated by the crowds and fuelled by the players.
I love it in its current form," he says. And it doesn't matter when that person or someone else in the sport wants to be open about that.
Follow Huw on Twitter at HuwWare Sky Sports is a member of TeamPride and supports Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign , which will receive its annual activation across British sport from November 17 to December 7.
Jon Holmes jonboy View this post on Instagram. Ware says the Rainbow Laces message is important in raising awareness of LGBT inclusion in all sports, including darts.
The comedian said: "I can totally understand why people in these traditionally macho, male-heavy sports arenas be it darts, football, rugby, don't want to come out.
We live in an era where people are still very ready and quick to judge you. The ripple effect is immeasurable.
With the theme of allyship running through this year's activation, Ware knows the impact that allies can have too. Price and Van den Bergh proved to be great sports and supporters in 'I'm Game', and other high-profile players have been getting involved too.
Joe Cullen, Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright are among those to have either spoken about Rainbow Laces or showed off the campaign colours.
It gets that message out there to the wider darts community. Ware was among the inaugural group of Stonewall Sport Champions announced by the charity a year ago.
He's now stepping back from the role as he wants to give someone else the opportunity instead. The best thing I can provide is visibility.
With the rise of the women's game and darts' global reach extending all the time, conversations about all forms of diversity and inclusion are increasingly relevant for the sport.
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