What's this all about?

This app is the simplest way to keep track of scores, guaranteed! You can create a new scorecard in seconds and share it with other people, all without having to install anything anywhere. It's hard to cheat because a timestamp is included with each round and you can't edit the player/team names 😇.

There are of course already a large number of native apps (for iOS and Android) available that allow you to track scores. However, they all suffer from a fundamental shortcoming: it's very hard to share the soreboard or collaborate. Sharing on the web, however, is extremely easy: you just share a URL.

As of this moment, 116543 games have been created so far. You can browse them here. Created by Caspar von Wrede.

Technologies used

  • The webapp is a Python Flask application.
  • It runs on a very small Digital Ocean virtual server running Ubuntu.
  • The frontend is styled with Bootstrap.
  • The database is SQLite and uses Peewee as an ORM amd memcached as a cache.
  • All coding was done on Ubuntu using Atom and PyCharm .


  • 6th September, 2018: Summary view for scoreboards. With animation and sound on score change.
  • 30th August, 2018: Removed round numbering and allowed comments to become round titles. Added styles for printing
  • 24th July, 2018: Private mode added to not show games on the example list
  • 21st July, 2018: Sort columns by highest score and add an emoji to highest score
  • 15th October, 2017: Auto refresh of read-only scoreboards
  • 9th October, 2017: Added CSV export
  • 5th October, 2017: Choose between showing highest score or "Rounds won" for a game. Allow lowest scoring round to win.
  • 7th July, 2017: Added "Rounds won" to games
  • 7th June, 2017: Added pagination to list of latest games
  • 10th April, 2017: Show list of recent games
  • 22nd March, 2017: Increased max number of players to 25
  • 4th October, 2016: Released Version 1.0