4. Matches

Scoring & Scorecard

After each match, the results of that match can be captured as a scorecard. A scorecard records each player’s contribution to the team or as an individual captures the match results and reflects a team’s or a player’s performance. The following section explains how match results can be updated in PLAYINGA and how to publish […]

League Match Score Publishing Flow

For matches in a tournament, the tournament organizer can enter the scores for each of the tournament matches and publish the league match results.  After each match, the results of that match can be captured as a scorecard. A scorecard records each player’s contribution to the team or as an individual captures the match results […]

Soccer Match

A typical soccer match consists of two 45-minutes halves. Each team has 11 players including a goalkeeper. The objective of the match is to score more goals than the opposition side. The team with the maximum number of goals is declared the winner of the match. In PLAYINGA, we have kept very minimal restrictions. For […]

Hockey Match

A typical field hockey Match consists of two halves of 35 minutes each. Each team has 11 players including a goal keeper. The objective of the match is to score more goals than the opposition side. The team with the maximum number of goals is declared the winner of the match. With PLAYINGA, the restrictions […]

Table Tennis Match

An ideal table tennis match is played best 3 out of 5 games. The first side (player/players in case of doubles) to score 11 points with a margin of 2 points wins that game. With PLAYINGA, you can choose between 1, 3 and 5 sets where each set would represent one game. The side which gets […]

Volleyball Match

A typical field volleyball match is played between two teams of 6 players on each side. The match consists of 5 sets. The first four sets are played for 25 points and the last set is played for 15 points. A team wins a set if they score 25 (or 15 points in last set) […]

Badminton Match

An ideal badminton match consists of 3 sets. The side (player/players in case of doubles) to first score 21 points in a set, wins the set. If any side wins 2 out of 3 sets, that side is declared to be the match winner. However, these restrictions don’t apply to PLAYINGA. With PLAYINGA you can […]

Tennis Match

A tennis match is comprised of points, games and sets. In an ideal scenario, a match will have 2 or 3 sets and a player must win at least 6 games in a set. A match is won when a side (player or players in case of doubles) wins a majority of the sets. Step 1: […]

Cricket Match

Scoring a cricket match in PLAYINGA is performed through our online scoring app. The app is available on for Android & iOS users. Pre-requisites Create your Cricket Match. To know more about match creation and scheduling, please refer to Schedule Match section of our user guide. Download the scoring app from your device. Click on […]

Match Feed

Match Feeds are a great way to keep participant teams or players informed and engaged. From your match page you can create feeds to inform and engage players or participant teams through text and/or media clips. The Match Feeds you create will appear in the timelines of the participant players including yourself and in the timelines of […]

Editing Match Parameters

For any match you schedule on PLAYINGA, you can choose to modify the match parameters including the match date, time and venue any time before the commencement of the match (Editing Match). The steps to modify match parameters are below. Step 1: Log in to your PLAYINGA account. Step 2: Click the Matches sub-tab which appears […]

Scheduling a match

Matches in PLAYINGA are of two types: Closed Matches: Where the opponent of the match is fixed while scheduling the match. Open Challenge: Where the opponent of the match is not known at the time of scheduling the match.  Listed below are the steps to schedule a closed match. Step 1: If you wish to schedule a […]

Open Challenge Match

The player who schedules a match can schedule an Open Challenge Match and invite an opponent from his friends or other PLAYINGA members for the challenge. From the list of applicants who accept the challenge, the match organizer can make any one of them as the opponent for the match and play with them.  This kind […]