Playspedia is the ultimate tool for coaches and players to strategize, learn and become better at winning. Started in 2011, I (Andre) created this tool for Ultimate as a way to illustrate plays on a blog that I was running.
Fast forward to the present, I've rebuilt the site from the ground up to address lots of common issues members had. To make this site sustainable, I've incorporated a premium membership package that will give players more features.
This site is at the infancy of where I want it to be. Right now the feature set represents the most basic features that existed in the old site. Moving forward, I have a roadmap that will give premium members much more tools to become better at managing their teams and strategies.
How can you help?
Become a premium member if you are not already! With a monthly contribution, I will be able to dedicate time to building Playspedia. I believe that if I can hit 120-200 paying members I will be able to make significant headway on feature builds by dedicating a solid amount of time to development. Also, these funds will help pay for overhead costs associated with running a site.Become a Member
Thank you for your continued support! I hope that with your help we can keep this site running and upgraded to the next level.
Andre LiemFounder & Creator of Playspedia
Here is a plan of what to expect for the new Playspedia. Depending on the amount of subscriptions I will follow the road map as close as possible.Become a Member
Beta Site(this site)
MembershipsRegistration and Login that work
Play MakerAbility to create public plays (2 free)
Premium MembershipNo limit on plays and private option available.
- Enhanced UI We're working on a better user interface. Stay tuned!
- Team Communication Better team communication and play sharing
- Enhanced Playmaker Rebuilt playmaker with more options
- Mobile Friendly Site works well in popular phones
More premium features
for paying members
to manage plays and communications.
- Real Time Real time play sharing & creation
- Stats Stats tracking and analysis