First time users
If you're new to TournamentSR, there is a free trial version. All features work except you cannot save your data. The trial version stops working 5 days after initial download.
In order to run TournamentSR, your computer needs the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Instructions for testing your computer and installing Java are in this document.
Get it now
TournamentSR costs $25 for a 120 day license. You can pay with a credit card, PayPal, or check (processed by PayPal). The program stops working at the end of the license period.
Learning the program
There several ways to learn TournamentSR. Review one of the Quick start guides to see its use. The tutorials on our Help page allow you to work through many features. The Reference Manual provides detailed information on every TournamentSR feature.
Free support programs (updated for v8.0.0)
While TournamentSR is great on its own, you'll want to learn and use its free support programs: RegistrationSR, AnnouncerSR, MatchSorerSR and BoutRunnerSR (formerly TableWorkerSR).
RegistrationSR is designed for open and youth tournament walk-up registration and weigh-in. AnnouncerSR allows the TournamentSR operator or a separate P.A. announcer to assign and keep track of mat assignments. MatchScorerSR is used to electronically enter bout cards at each mat - eliminating the need for printed bout cards. If you don't have enough computers for MatchScorerSR, BoutRunnerSR can be used by runners to enter the results from printed bout cards.
Each program communicates with TournamentSR over a network. Read the User's Guide to learn more. Download the program by clicking on the appropriate link below. No log in is required.