□ Review the minimum system requirements for Courtside. We strongly recommend that devices are 4G ready or you have a mobile dongle available to connect to via WiFi.
□ Configure your competitions for Courtside.
□ Locate your Setup ID and Report on Venue IDs
Note: There is now a 'One-Click Report' which allows you to quickly find your Setup ID and Venue IDs, you can read about it here
□ Ensure each Referee is registered into your database as a Referee in the current season. It is recommended that referees self-register via the national registration form, alternatively you can manually adjust each of their records if they are an existing member you can report on them by Finding Referee Codes
Note: There is now a 'One-Click Report' which allows you to quickly find your Season Referee Codes, you can read about it here
□ Ensure your team lists are accurate with at least 90% of players listed with their singlet number before Round 1. Ensuring participants are registered well before their first game is critical to a smooth implementation and to avoid scheduling delays in the early weeks of your season.
□ Promote early registration well before the first game (optimally a 4-6 week pre-registration period), ensuring players details are available on the device via the team list at their first game.
□ Having a tablet with Courtside available for people to look at and touch before and during the early weeks of your rollout. You can use the Courtside DEMO database to assist with this.
□ Communicate with participants that ‘Courtside is Coming’ utilising the Basketball Australia promotional video
□ Conduct hands-on training for participants so that they are confident and familiar with Courtside.
□ Share Courtside resources with participants.
-The video user guides can be found here.
-The promotional video can be found here.
-Add a link to these videos on your Association’s website and social media pages.
-Print the Courtside Quick Reference Guide to be displayed on your score table and add a link on your website.
TIP: Associations should always ensure games have downloaded to the device well in advance of the game start time, allowing enough time for troubleshooting if required.