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Tournament Scheduler Pro is a complete tournament management software program. It's perfect for leagues and organizations running tournaments. Have a great looking tournament bracket chart in no time. Just add your teams or players add game times, locations, and seed your tournament. View, edit, and print your tournament bracket chart. It includes your own free tournament website. Announce your tournament, post the schedule, and event results.
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