Tournament management software assists the director in pairing players, recording game results, generating pairing reports and standings for printing, and generating final tournament data for submission to NASPA for rating of tournaments.
: developed by [[Jeff Widergren]], formerly used at the [[National SCRABBLE Championship]] and still widely used in the United States. It has a limited set of features but is relatively easy to learn. TourneyMan requires Windows.
: developed by [[John Chew]], is used at all major events, including the [[National SCRABBLE Championship]], [[National School SCRABBLE Championship]] and [[Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship]]. It has a very rich set of features, but most directors need some help at first learning to use it. tsh runs under OS/X, Linux, DOS and Windows.
== Study tools ==