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Clearwater, FL, United States, 2007/05/19 - Billiard Scoop has created a wiki news site for billiards fans covering topics ranging from tournament news and results to player profiles.
Billiard Scoop has announced the launch of the first wiki site for billiards, allowing visitors to add and edit billiard articles, tournament information, billiard tips and tricks, player profiles, billiard rooms, and more. View player blogs, leave comments about their favorite players, or search for a local billiard room.
With Billiard Scoop (billiardscoop.com), viewers are able to edit an existing news article, add information to tournament results, and edit player rankings, all in a word document type environment.
Tournaments at all levels - national, regional, and local - can be submitted, viewed, and edited by site visitors. Site visitors can contribute to the reporting of the results for each tournament event, as well as player points and ranking for each tournament. Tournament owners without a website can use Billiard Scoop as a way of publishing tournament information for their fans. Those with websites may find Billiard Scoop to be a useful tool in promoting their tournaments.
Visitors to the site can add articles to the archive, edit an existing article for accuracy and clarity, or perform a search of the Billiard Articles archive.
Another section allows for adding and editing billiard tips and tutorials. A search feature allows viewers to locate specific tips that suit their needs.
Billiard fans can view player profiles, follow players through their personal Blog, and enjoy photos of their favorite players in the Player Photo Gallery. Each player profile has a dedicated forum where visitors can add comments.
Site visitors are able to locate billiard rooms by state, and by distance from a specific location.