Has anyone ever used this? It's interesting but I'm not sure it would work for a little group like us.
Anonymous (not verified)
September 21, 2005 - 3:35pm
it's cool. i think it could work
September 27, 2005 - 9:43pm
I created a 'team' on Sportsvite, but it didn't seem as if I could do much else. Dates are posted so lets see if it draws any attention.
April 13, 2006 - 6:06am
perhaps yoplayas.com is more what you're looking for?
September 22, 2006 - 4:57pm
And the verdict is: None of these sites have provided useful!
January 4, 2007 - 11:25am
During the downtimes at my job I plan four square tournaments, leagues, and a charity event Field Day.
I was in need of a better technology, so I evaluated sportsvite, yoplayas, gamesnake, playnotwatch, and playcoed
By far the best was http://playcoed.com .
PlayCoed is free, has more organizational functions than any of the other sites, and allows for more flexibility for my events. I first contacted them to get set up as an organizer. Their customer service was friendly and fast. Once I was set up as an organizer, I could post my events, email players and teams invitations, and create a schedule in the matter of minutes.
They also allow me take payments and registrations which was a necessity for me, but again a flexible option. I was able to run reporting during the season and at the end too.
sportsvite was decent, but wasn't useful for what I had to accomplish and the others I didn't even consider
- Katie B.
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