Tournament Time software will help you manage tournaments with ease, providing you control over all the fields, officials and staff personnel.
Now used by District Administrators and Commissioners from coast to coast to set up their district, section and regional tournaments.
Tournament Time produces a variety of the most common tournaments:
* Single elimination tournaments: including automatic generation of third place playoff games
* Double elimination tournaments: If a team loses their first tournament game, they enter the losers' bracket, and have a chance to win the championship if they don't lose any more games.
* Pool play: Round-robin-type games can be played in the "Pool Play Round" so the teams can compete for seed locations in the elimination tournament. Also, Pool-Play-only tournaments are supported, which have more pool play games instead of an elimination bracket: The final team standings are determined based on the pool-play standings rules.
* Multi-Level Tournaments: New support has been added in Version 14 for connecting several tournament brackets together so that teams automatically advance from level-to-level in a multi-level tournament.
Tournament Time's easy Wizard driven interface makes it easy to understand the tournament creation process, while giving you access to broad flexibility to make your tournament lay out just the way you want.
Twelve Schedule reports formats (including pictorial printout of brackets) are available, each with options to produce hundreds of different style reports. These reports help you to track your competition by displaying standings, bracket charts, division schedules, master schedules, and much, much more.
Tournament Time supports up to 547 teams in a division with pool play, with 256 teams in the elimination bracket, and no limit on the number of divisions.
New with version 14, you can create as many master schedules as you want to help manage shared fields.
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