The StatMonsters approach alleviates the tedious details that go into registering and managing a large event while helping to facilitate a more enjoyable tournament experience for participating teams and their families.
No more piles of paperwork. Our easy step-by-step registration process allows Team Managers to enter their team(s) and required information for you. Teams can also register for multiple tournaments you host and not have to re-enter player information, even for next year. Once a team registers, you’re automatically notified.
One-Click Application Approvals
Now you can manage all of your tournaments from one single dashboard. See every team’s information together on one screen and review and approve registrations in a single click. Also send tournament-wide emails right from your dashboard by tournament, level, or individual team.
Real-Time Game Management
Teams, families, and fans can access your StatMonsters professional-grade standings page to see all game results and standings as soon as they happen and from any device. Skip the handwritten calculations. StatMonsters automatically generates playoff brackets for you.
What we do for you
We eliminate countless hours of paperwork that formerly went into tournament registrations and free you up to manage all aspects of your tournaments from any device.
Team standings and playoff brackets are calculated for you and automatically accessible to teams and their families electronically.
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