It allows you to set up any type of league, with any number of teams and players, and develop schedules similar to professional sports leagues.
You can customize the software to fit your league and organization. Assign officials, generate statistics and track every game detail. Over eight different tournament formats can be run, each allowing any number of teams. You can run the program in multi-user mode over a LAN, or create replicas of your database on a laptop.
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