O< Tournament Manager

 

 

  Game, Set and Match

 

 

 

organizes Tournaments

no matter, when and where

no matter, how many participants

 

for all sports where two players or teams play against each other, like Darts, Billard, Foosball, Badminton, Pétanque, as well as fighting or team sports.

 

Easy to use

Quick setup

Professional tournament management

 

 


Tournament modes

1. Elimination Systems

Single Elimination

Single elimination

Classical knock-out, where the loser of a match is eliminated from the tournament.

Interactive match plan

Double Elimination

Double elimination

Knock-out variant with a loser side, where the losers of the matches play against each other. Those, who loose a second game, have finished.

Complete Elimination

Complete elimination

All teams play the same number of matches. The winner of a match plays with the other winners for the upper half of the positions, the losers play for the lower half.

2. Round Robin

All teams are partitioned into groups of equal size. In each of them all teams have to play against all others.

Group Plan

Group plan

Match Plan

Match plan

Chart

Chart

The number of groups and teams per group are limited by 8, due to the limited screen size of smartphones.


3. Swiss Ladder System

The swiss ladder system has its origin in chess, but is becoming very popular also in other sports. The system is an intelligent mixture of the round robin system and the elimination system. It is assures that

Round Plan

Round plan

Chart

Rangliste

Intermediate charts after every round

Final ranking


4. Super Mêlée / MonsterDYP

The Super Mêlée - also called MonsterDYP (Draw Your Partner) - plays double/tripple tournaments for a given number of rounds with changing partners. The software re-draws the teams in each round by random, preventing the same pairs to play twice with each other.

Seeded players are placed to different teams. So for example mixed tournaments can be organised by seeding all men to position 1. Then in each round they get paired with an (unseeded) woman. The same works for tournaments with players of very unequal strength. When professionals (which get seeded) get paired with unseeded hobby players, automatically balanced pairings are created.

The player with the most victories wins the tournament.


Tournament Organisation

1. Players

Player

Player

Players, can be registered for tournaments:

First and last name

Remark, e.g club or class

2. Setup Tournament

Tournament

Tournament

Name, location and date

Entry fee per team

Tournament mode: elimination, round robin, swiss ladder

Number of players per team (singles, doubles, ...)

Games per match and poins per game

Teams

Entry

Players, evtl. with team name

Seed position (1=top)

Entry fees paid?

Entry Fees

Entry fees

Registration list

Have the entries paid the fee?

Sum of fees

3. Draw and Enter Match Results

Match List

Result

Ready matches start after entering the court number

Running matches await their result

Finished matches can be corrected

Match Results

Result

Enter the match result

With minimal clicks, just tap on the player's points

Chart

Chart

Intermediate standings

Final charts


Licenses

In the Free Version the number of teams per tournament is limited by 8 and the tournament data cannot be imported/exported.

In the Pro Version the tournament size is unlimited, except in round robin where number of groups and teams per group are limited by 8.

SportApp Pro allows the import and export of players via a csv file interface from external sources, e.g. the SPORT Software.


Languages

Englisch       German       Hungarian       Slovakian       (We offer to translate the app into other languages on request)