If you participate in any kind of sport, whether it be in the game, in a fantasy league, or an online game, you’ve probably been in a tournament of some kind. It’s likely that you’ve considered starting your own tourney or helping some friends set one up so you can all play.
Konkuri.com is all about the tourney. You can set up, organize, and track you own Web-based tournament for your game, favorite fantasy league, etc. Even kids’ teams and business softball leagues can be easily set up using this app.
It’s easy to use and starts with a basic question: round-robin or bracket? It goes from there to easily help you set up your tournament quickly.
It has a lot of simple tools for speeding up the process and saving you a lot of time too. Once you have the league set up, it can randomly create a schedule to pair up competitors or you can manually organize them as you’d like.
Teams can also go to the tournament’s page and see current stats, results, the schedule of games, and so forth. Games being held in specific locations, such as maybe a softball league that uses a variety of fields, can have all of that information included. Virtual information for fantasy leagues can be included as well, of course.
Games that require scores from multiple sets in one match, like tennis, are accommodated or easy final scoring can be input for quick updates on the tourney. Standings are automatically calculated and continually updated as things change in the tournament as well.
Best of all, each match gets a comments page so that teams can talk trash, trade info, make announcements, or talk more trash.
Konkuri is a great site and extremely useful if you’re into sports leagues. It’s made by an Italian group called Koinema and konkuri means “to compete” in Esperanto. It’s free to use and very cool!