Swiss System Tournament

Swiss System Tournament


Swiss-system tournament is a common type of tournament in which players or teams are paired to face each other for several rounds of competition. Applications are Chess, Bridge, Badminton, Warmachine, Magic: The Gathering, Scrabble and other tournaments with too many players to play in round-robin style.

This App allows a handy management of swiss-system tournaments. Its features are:
- unlimited number of tournaments
- unlimited number of players
- automatically pairings in swiss-style, according to their cumulative scores
- automatically add byes
- adding players from contacts
- player register to select players from
- different tie-breakers (e.g. control points)
- share tournament results (e.g. per e-mail)

This App is currently work in progress. If you found a bug or you have suggestions on how to make this app more useful to you, please open an issue at swiss.hintze-it.de

Recent changes:
0.3.1 beta:
- support for multiple tournaments
- adding players from contacts
- player register to select players from
- tie-breaks by control points earned
- ability to share tournament results
- reworked the interface

0.2.0 beta:
- Reworked the whole App
- Fixed bug that leads to immediate crashes
- Support for Android 3 (Honeycomb)
- Players can have factions
- Support for dropping players
- Players can be organized in teams
- Bye-Algorithem reworked
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Free
72
3.6
User ratings
240
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
184 kb
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About Swiss System Tournament
Swiss-system tournament is a common type of tournament in which players or teams are paired to face each other for several rounds of competition. Applications are Chess, Bridge, Badminton, Warmachine, Magic: The Gathering, Scrabble and other tournaments with too many players to play in round-robin style.

This App allows a handy management of swiss-system tournaments. Its features are:
- unlimited number of tournaments
- unlimited number of players
- automatically pairings in swiss-style, according to their cumulative scores
- automatically add byes
- adding players from contacts
- player register to select players from
- different tie-breakers (e.g. control points)
- share tournament results (e.g. per e-mail)

This App is currently work in progress. If you found a bug or you have suggestions on how to make this app more useful to you, please open an issue at swiss.hintze-it.de

Recent changes:
0.3.1 beta:
- support for multiple tournaments
- adding players from contacts
- player register to select players from
- tie-breaks by control points earned
- ability to share tournament results
- reworked the interface

0.2.0 beta:
- Reworked the whole App
- Fixed bug that leads to immediate crashes
- Support for Android 3 (Honeycomb)
- Players can have factions
- Support for dropping players
- Players can be organized in teams
- Bye-Algorithem reworked

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 31, 2015
Woah cool Like the app :) veery usefull as a coordinator
A Google User
Jul 28, 2015
Great app! Very user friendly system, saves tournaments, and keeps a player pool so a list of players is easily added to a new tournament. The only bug is after adding 2 players from phone contacts it will crash, but it saves the contact just fine.
A Google User
Jun 30, 2015
This app is missing something
A Google User
May 26, 2015
No color alternation for chess In chess, one player should get equal number of white and black colors, or close number if the number of rounds is odd. In this, some players get to be white in all rounds.
A Google User
Apr 29, 2015
Tournament organisers beware ! I installed this app and ran a small test (12 players, 4 rounds)to see if and how this app worked. All seemed to be working well so we decided to use it for our crokinole tournament. In the team tournament this app gave the same team 3 byes within the first 7 rounds. The singles tournament had an even number of players. Here we ran into another problem. The app failed to generate a complete set of pairings in the 5th round. We switched to index-cards and generated the next three rounds manually.