What are Game Codes?
Designating the types of game levels you'll be scheduling
Updated over a week ago

Game Codes can be edited by navigating to Administrative Forms >> Add/Edit/Remove Game Codes.

Game Codes are very important. They represent the level or type of game you are going to schedule. Game Codes may also be referred to as Event Codes, Match Codes, Class Codes, etc., depending on the type of sport and the terminology you've elected to use for your organization.

Game Codes control your Official Positions, which, in turn, control your officials' fees and how they're scheduled. This is a crucial building block to getting your system initially set up to meet your needs. Feel free to Contact Us for help.

  • For youth and recreational organizations, game codes usually represent the age level you'll be scheduling. For example:

    • U10

    • U12

    • Bantam

    • PeeWee

    • Varsity

    • JV

    • Adult

  • For college and professional organizations, game codes usually represent the time of season you're scheduling. For example:

    • Exhibition

    • Regular Season

    • Semifinals

    • Finals

You can also elaborate on Game Codes to create more detailed separations. For example:

  • Instead of just U12, you could have:

    • U12 - Regular Season

    • U12 - Playoffs

    • U12 - Exhibition

  • Instead of just Bantam, you could have:

    • Bantam - Checking

    • Bantam - Non-Checking

  • You can even elaborate further and have

    • Bantam - Regular Season - Checking

    • Bantam - Regular Season - Non-Checking

    • Bantam - Playoffs - Checking

    • Bantam - Playoffs - Non-Checking

    • Bantam - Exhibition - Checking

    • Bantam - Exhibition - Non-Checking

If you need help setting up your Game Codes, please contact us.

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