Make the perfect leaderboards for your sports club. Use our leaderboards for tennis, table tennis, squash, badminton, pool, snooker, fives, gaming, board games, darts, air hockey, table football / fussball or chess.
Hobbi helps you enjoy more time with people you already know, people you should have met by now or for experiencing something you’ve never had the chance to.
We actively want to minimise the time you spend using Hobbi and maximise the time you spend enjoying experiences with other people. Hobbi is not about sharing content and taking up your time.
*** WHAT YOUR COMMUNITY REALLY WANTS ***
No more guesswork. Members add their hobbies and how they like to get involved. All members can see an overview of what the community wants as a whole that will change dynamically over time as people join and leave the community.
Members can use any Hobbi tool like leaderboards to make it effortless for members to get involved in anything they’re interested in.
*** THE ULTIMATE LEADERBOARD ***
1. Choose a format
Normal - Players can challenge anyone
Ladder - Players can only challenge people around them
2. Choose the scoring
Simple - Just say who won the match
Single - Add a single score for each player
Triple - Add three scores for each player
3. Choose a speed
Normal - Create a match, message to organise then add results when finished
Instant - Add match results instantly in a few taps
4. Add rules and information
Add any rules you want to make for the leaderboard in the about section and any information on where and when people can play.
** Leaderboard ideas **
-- FIFA game night --
You’re looking for a weekly get together with a few FIFA games, drinks and snacks. It doesn’t matter who wins or loses but people enjoy keeping a score of who they’ve played and who’s involved in the weekly get together. You just want a quick way to just say who won the game.
The leaderboard recipe - Make a leaderboard with a normal format, simple scoring and instant speed. Add some information on which night you want to get together and where you meet.
-- Casual table tennis --
You see a few people have their own bats, you’ve decided it’s time for a casual leaderboard. You enjoy to play at lunch, after work or just when you need a break from work. You don’t want have much time so you want a short match and to add the results quickly.
The leaderboard recipe - Make a leaderboard with a normal format, single scoring and instant speed. Add some information on where the table is and whether players need to bring bats or balls.
-- Tennis ladder --
There’s some avid tennis players around you and you’re not quite sure who’ll crown the top spot. There’s quite a big difference in skill level but everyone wants to get involved. A ladder format makes sense so that people play others with a similar skill level. Everyone is always busy so it may take a few days to find the right time you can both play.
The leaderboard recipe - Make a leaderboard with a ladder format, triple scoring and normal speed. Add some information on which local courts you’d recommend to use.
*** MORE EXPERIENCES COMING SOON ***
We’re always looking to make more tools that help bring communities together. Send us a message on Facebook or reach out to us at email@example.com to find out more on what we’re up to.