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.
As of this moment, 168824 scoreboards have been created so far. You can browse
I want to publish my scoreboard
Great! It's best to use the "publish" button at the bottom of your scoreboard. This way you'll ensure that nobody
else can edit your scoreboard or change scores.
I have a question, feedback or a bug report
Write me an email. I answer every single one.
I want a custom scoreboard with logos and custom styling
It's currently not possible for users to style their own scoreboard. But for a fee I'll make a one-off custom scoreboard for you.
Write me an email and we'll discuss it.
I have a feature request! Will you add it?
I love feature requests, but it depends on whether I think it'll be useful to other users and how much effort it'll be. To help me decide what to make next
please take this 20 second poll.
This app is awesome, how can I help?
Small donations are very welcome! It'll help motivate me to add new features and keep the site running
(which costs 15 EUR per month). If you want to donate
then click here.
If you can't donate, then talk about this app online: Twitter, Facebook, a blog. That helps too!
Can I embed a scoreboard using an iframe?
Sure! Just add
?minimal=True to the end of your URL. Here's an example of what that looks like:
Embedded scoreboard example.
What are the latest changes and updates?
You can follow our Twitter account to stay updated.
- 2nd March, 2019: Allow descriptions for scoreboards.
- 28th January, 2019: Option for lowest score wins.
- 10th December, 2018: Edit game name and other scoreboard attributes. Removed lowest scoring round wins
- 2nd November, 2018: Edit scores.
- 27th October, 2018: Add, edit and delete players. Plus misc. other fixes.
- 6th September, 2018: New view for scoreboards showing totals only (no rounds). With animation and
sound on score change.
- 30th August, 2018: Removed round numbering and allowed comments to become round titles. Added styles
- 24th July, 2018: Private mode added to not show scoreboards on the example list
- 21st July, 2018: Sort columns by highest score and add 🏆 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 scoreboard. Allow lowest
scoring round to win.
- 7th July, 2017: Added "Rounds won" to scoreboard
- 7th June, 2017: Added pagination to list of example scoreboards
- 10th April, 2017: Show list of example scoreboards
- 22nd March, 2017: Increased max number of players to 25
- 4th October, 2016: Released Version 1.0
Who made this?
This app was made by me, Caspar
von Wrede. I am the only developer and do it in my spare time. I hope it's useful to somebody.
What technologies run this webapp?
- The webapp is a Python Flask application.
- It runs on a very small Digital Ocean virtual server running
- 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