The Indian Wheelchair Tennis Tour (IWTT) has been created to provide opportunities for the physically challenged who are interested in pursuing wheelchair tennis as competitive sport.

IWTT is part of Astha, an organization that provides a variety of interventions for the physically challenged in India.

Indian Wheelchair Tennis Tour along with Charminar Open Tennis Tournament started from October 24th to October 28th.Once again What’s Score has bagged success by providing it’s free service to IWTT for scoring. We are very excited and happy to support IWTT for such a good cause. Simultanously we are glad to be a part of IWTT .It would be our pleasure to become continuous partner in the journey of IWTT success for such a worthless support to physically challenge. What’s Score assure its priceless support to IWTT for its future Sports Tournaments.

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4 Easy Ways to Increase Footfalls to your Sports Facility

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Increase Footfalls to your Sports Facility

A driving force for many entrepreneurs who open sports facilities is a passion for sport and activity. And this is wonderful, as every business needs passion and dedication. However, it’s only a starting point. More concrete efforts are needed to get people through the gates. Following are specific things every owner or manager can do to increase footfalls to your sports facility

Hold an open house

Going to a sports facility can be intimidating and confusing sometimes, if you don’t know how the facility operates. By holding an open house you are giving potential players the opportunity to familiarize themselves with your facility in a casual, informal way.

The best way to advertise your open house is to post about it on social media. According to a research, 74% of all internet users are on social media. This is a huge audience that you need to reach out. By posting about your open house on social media you will generate excitement and raise footfalls at the open house event.

Host special events

At your open house, tell people about any special events you may be hosting. Whether it is a football or foosball Tournament, or any other event, special events are exciting for spectators and participants. Being there at the event would be an effective way for a new customer to become integrated into the sports facility’s culture and atmosphere.

Make sure that people who did not attend your open house know about special events as well. Again, post on social media to generate excitement. For clients at your facility, you likely have contact information from them. You can do this via email, SMS, or any other communication tool your client prefers.

Think Seasonal & Plan

There are going to be months where it’s easy to sell out all the available hours of your sports complex. But what about the rest of the year?  especially during the lean season or festive seasons. Plan to make a full calendar of events and publish well in advance according to the seasons.

Promote “bring-a-friend” promotions

Chances are that your current clients have friends that do not use your sports facility. Plan to get those people into your facility by offering current clients a special promotion that allows them to bring a friend in for free. Offering special benefits to a first time user is a great way to get them in the door. But, don’t forget to reward your current client, too.

The best way to advertise promotions for current clients is through your newsletter/SMS. By putting this offer in your newsletter you limit the people who receive it to those who already have a membership with you.



What’s Score services for educational institutes

As school’s are focused on holistic development of the child, we want to share the details of the services offered by our product What’s Score and benefit from using our services.

Our Sport Models:

What’s Score serves to provide services with the following sport models –

  • Individual Sport Tournaments
  • Educational Institution Sports
  • Corporate Sports

What can What’s Score offer to Schools?

  • Bring the fun and experience of International & Professional level record-keeping of every game to the school level.
  • Provide digital platform to create and manage all internal tournaments, competitions and matches.
  • Keep parents informed about their child’s sport activity online through a website and mobile app.
  • Track child’s performance through every game, provide reports and highlight their achievements.
  • Publicize records, results and events directly on the school website and social media sites.
  • Organize intra-school and inter-school tournaments with ease so parents can follow Live updates through our Mobile App
  • Analyze a child’s performance based on data and create data-driven growth plan for players.
  • Single source of all performance data to seek sponsorship for players and to nominate them for regional and national level competitions.

We can work to digitize sports activities end to end. We can also customize the platform as per requirements.

Our Beliefs:

We at What’s Score believe that Sports is as important as Academics for the reasons:

  • Participating in sports has a positive influence in many areas. It supports positive mental health and improves social skills along with promoting physical health.
  • Sports teach teamwork and problem-solving skills.
  • When students are physically fit, they will achieve more academically.
  • Sport develops a sense of friendliness among the children and develop their team spirit.
  • Playing sport develops Motor skills in child, which is as important as academics for survival


National Sports Day: WhatsScore salutes Indian sportsmen for hardwork, resolve

Image result for dhyan chandToday, It’s our National Sports Day!! Celebrating the birth anniversary of the legendary Major Dhyan Chand. The man with the GOLDEN hockey stick!!


  • National Sports Day in India is celebrated yearly on 29th of August, to commemorate birth date of Dhyan Chand.
  • Dhyan Chand is a legend in hockey not only for India but also for the world.
  • National sports day 2018 is celebrated on August 29th 2018.
  • On this day India celebrates the spirit of the sportsmanship and to honor sportsmen who have took India to new heights in internationally sports competition.
  • Many schools celebrated it as school sports day with various competitions and activities like national sports day speech essay and more.

Major Dhyan Chand Legacy:

  • Dhyan Chand was born on 29th August 1905 in Allahabad.
  • Dhyan Chand’s father was in British army.
  • Dhyan chand also joined the Indian army at the age of 16 and then started playing hockey.
  • Dhyan chand was nicknamed as ‘A Magician’ or ‘A Wizard’ for his incredible skill in ball control.
  • Dhyan Chand was a three time gold medal winner in Olympics.
  • He was a great contributor for the golden era of Indian Men’s hockey from 1928 to 1964, where India won 7 gold medals in 8 Olympics.
  • He became the captain of Indian hockey team in 1934 and won many matches in his leadership. In his career, he has scored over 400 goals.

StringZ Cricket Tournament Aug 10th – 12th 2018

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WhatSScore Powers the Pan India (Corporate) Carrom Tournament

Carrom Tournament News

Queen of Sports under the aegis of Hyderabad District Carrom Association will be conducting the first-ever Corporate National Ranking Carrom Tournament.

‘Pan India (Corporate) Carrom Tournament, Summer 2018’ alongside All India Open Carom Prize Money Tournament titled ‘All India Open Carrom Tournament, Summer 2018’ on April 21 & 22 between 7 AM and 9 PM (both days) at GHMC’s Victory Multipurpose Hall, Chadherghat.

WhatSscore  has been chosen as the technology partner for this prestigious tournament.

All Match scores will be made available for the carom enthusiasts to follow live through WhatsScore mobile app/ website. Tournament draws, event calendar will also be published in the whatsscore app

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Given below are the salient features of the tournament (first time ever in the history of carrom):

  • Both Corporate Carom Ranking Tournament and Open Carom Prize Money Tournament will be administered in a paperless format.
  • Corporate players participating from all over India in the corporate tournament will be given national ranking (rank one to sixteen) /
  • Open tournament will be held in the Swiss League format for ranking the players before they fight it out in the knockouts for the prize money .
  • First three slams (break to finish) in each of the tournaments will be recognized through cash reward, memento, and certificate.  Subsequent slams will be recognized through cash reward and certificate .
  • Open tournament is common for both men and women players in the singles and doubles event.
  • The highest ranked women player in singles and highest ranked women’s doubles and mixed doubles team in the open tournament leaderboard will be recognized through cash prize, trophy, and certificate .
  • Every player in the tournament will be given a memento and participation certificate along with goodies such as a branded t-shirt, branded cap, and striker.
  • The tournament carries a minimum guaranteed prize money of 2,00,000 INR (Two Lacs INR) for the participants upon the full house at the tournament .
  • The tournament does not have a ceiling on the maximum prize money that can be won.


Whats the Score : Origins of a Weird Tennis Scoring System

Scoring in Tennis can be weird for beginners. From the moment a game starts, nothing really makes sense. Here is the possible origin behind the tennis scoring system.

The origins of the 15, 30, and 40 scores are believed to be medieval French. The earliest reference is in a ballad by Charles D’Orleans in 1435 which refers to quarante cinque (which gave rise to modern 40) and in 1522 there is a sentence in Latin “we are winning 30, we are winning 45”. The first recorded theories about the origin of 15 were published in 1555 and 1579. However, the origins of this convention remain obscure.

It is possible that clock faces were used on court, with a quarter move of the hand to indicate a score of 15, 30, and 45. When the hand moved to 60, the game was over. However, in order to ensure that the game could not be won by a one-point difference in players’ scores, the idea of “deuce” was introduced. To make the score stay within the “60” ticks on the clock face, the 45 was changed to 40. Therefore, if both players have 40, the first player to score receives ten and that moves the clock to 50. If the player scores a second time before the opponent is able to score, they are awarded another ten and the clock moves to 60. The 60 signifies the end of the game.