Video Tutorials and Information
Current and Future TD's. Please remember this. If you create a tournament in TourneyX, the default charge is $5.00 per angler. We have an option in your dashboard to buy credits/bulk purchase. If you go that route. Buy the credits first before creating the tourneys. Otherwise we charge $5.00 per angler in an invoice after the tourney. Give it a LIKE if you understand.
It's FREE to signup, go to https://tourneyx.com/app/register/angler and fill out your info. You will be added to our database. You will get a confirmation email and you must verify in order to login.
Once you are logged in, you can register for any ongoing tournament that you choose. When you register for a tournament you will be charged the amount the tournament director has setup.
Submitting Your Catch
Once you registered for a tournament you will need to download the rules for that tournament. Go to your dashboard, you will be able to submit a catch, cull a fish, view submissions and view standings. If you are fishing a tourney on the water you can go to http://tourneyx.com on smartphone, login with you angler username and password. You can then upload your catch. If you are fishing a monthly tourney and want to upload you catch at home, you can use your computer to upload.
Open the App and Login, You will see your dashboard. There are six functions Registration, Identifiers, LiveWell, Manage Catch, Standings and Submit Catch.
Registration: This is where you register for a tournament.
Identifiers: You can check your identifiers in this area based on your tournaments. These identifiers will only show when the tournaments begin.
LiveWell: This is an area to store your fish while cell service is low or does not exist. This area uses your devices memory to save the information. This info is only saved on your devices and any info left after a tournament must be removed after the tournament.
Manage Catch: After your fish have been submitted this is the area to check your submissions. You can also remove or cull a fish in here. During an autocull tournament you can only remove a fish if you make a mistake. To do this toggle the switch at the bottom right (hide cull) then swipe left to delete a fish. During a manual cull you can cull or delete a fish as well. To do this from the manage catch screen, choose your tournament and swipe right to delete and left to cull.
Standings: This is where you can check your standings.
Submit Catch: This is where you submit your fish to the leaderboard or live well. 1. Choose your tournament, then browse for photo or capture one. 2. Then enter the length without any decimals for example 1500 would go in as 15.00", 3. Then submit to leaderboard or livewell if the service is low. You should get a prompt of "In the Net". Always go to Manage Catch or Standings to see if your fish made ot to the server or leaderboard. if your fish did not make it, you will need to resubmit as our software does not automatically retry.
Use the link below to signup as an Angler
Sign Up As Angler
Tournament Directors Signup
It's FREE to signup, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can set you up. You will need a Paypal account in order to use our services. Add your paypal email in the signup form. This will be the email your anglers will make payment. After you submit, you will be added to our database. As a tournament director you will only be charged when you create a tournament.
Once you have created a tournament director account you can navigate to your dashboard and create, edit and view a tourney, view submissions (accept a catch), manually submit entries (without photos), email all your anglers once they have signed up.
Create a Tourney - Our create a tournament form will allow you to name your tournament. This will create a page for you to send out to your anglers. The tournament will not show on the front page till the first fish has been submitted and accepted.
Edit a Tourney - Make changes to the description, change identifiers, change dates, etc.
View Submissions - The tournament director will receive an email from all anglers submissions. This will notify the tournament director that an angler has sent in a catch. You can click the link on that email to direct you to the site or make your way to the dashboard to view submissions.
FYI - these services are still under development and will only work if your anglers have smartphones that have email capabilities and access to 3g, 4g or LTE service.
TourneyX® is not responsible for fish that cannot be uploaded because of limited smartphone service. If your anglers do not have smartphone or service on the lake, they will need to supply a sd card from a camera and the tournament director will have to do a manual submission from a computer at weigh in. (AKA Old School)
Email us at email@example.com to signup as a Tournament Director
To turn on Location Services on an iPhone or iPad (iOS 8)
Tap the Settings application
Tap Location Services
Toggle the switch to On
To turn on Location Services on an iPhone or iPad (iOS 9)
Tap the Settings application
Go to Chrome (or whatever browser you are using to access TourneyX)
Make sure the GPS setting states allow while using the app.
OS X: Follow these steps to enable location services in OS X Mountain Lion or later
Choose System Preferences from the Apple menu.
Click the Security & Privacy icon in the System Preferences window.
Click the Privacy tab.
If the padlock icon in the lower left is locked, click it and enter an admin name and password to unlock it ( ).
Select Location Services.
Check the "Enable Location Services" checkbox.
Location Services in Safari 6 or later
When you visit a geolocation-enabled website in Safari, you are asked if you want to share your location with the site. In the box that appears, select the option "Remember my decision for one day" if you want to allow or disable authorization for the next 24 hours. You can reset all website authorizations in Safari by choosing Reset Safari from the Safari menu. Select the "Reset all location warnings" option in the Reset Safari window. (Don't select the other checkboxes unless you are sure you want to reset those items as well.)
Tap the Settings application
Tap Google Location Reporting
Tap Location Reporting
Toggle the switch to On
On Android (4.4 Kitkat to 5.0)
Open the Settings app.
Make sure "Location"¯is turned on.
Touch the menu at the upper right corner of the screen.
Touch Settings > Site Settings > Location.
Make sure Location is enabled on the top of the screen (not blocked).
Find https://app.buddypunch.com in the list & click it.
To grant access to your location, turn on Location access or click to allow.
- Open Chrome.
- In the top right, click the Chrome menu.
- Click Settings > Show advanced settings.
- In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.
- In the dialog that appears, scroll down to the "Location" section. Select your default permission for future location requests:
- Allow all sites to track your physical location: Select this option to let all sites automatically see your location.
- Ask when a site tries to track your physical location: Select this option if you want Google Chrome to alert you whenever a site wants to see your location.
- Do not allow any site to track your physical location: Select this option to automatically deny requests for your location.
- Click Manage exceptions if you want to remove permissions you gave before to specific sites.
One Day Tournament:
The one day tournament is a tournament that will start and end on the same day. When choosing a one day tournament it should have a starting time in the morning (am) and ending time in the evening/night (pm)
A custom tournament has no limitations on the start/end dates or times.
A multi-day tournament has no limitations on the start/end dates or times, but the submissions are limited to the start and end times of the tournament. For example if your tournament starts at 6:00 am and ends at 6:00 pm, during each day, submissions will be restricted to between 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, so no catches can be submitted at 7:00 pm, or 5:00 am.
A two day tournament where the angler chooses which day (night) they want to compete. All scoring uses the usual method of total fish length.