Networks

A tennis network is your own online tennis community.

Learn more about networks here:
https://www.globaltennisnetwork.com/tennis-networks/learn-more

If you are looking to organize all your leagues, tournaments, events and members, you will want need to create a network.

See How do you create a network?
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Creating a network is simple, and takes less than 5 minutes. With a network, you can create as many ladders, leagues and tournaments as you need.

Creating a network is the first step to starting a ladder, league or tournament.

To create a network, go here:

https://www.globaltennisnetwork.com/tennis-networks/create-a-network
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The cost of running a network depends on how many members your network has.

Networks are free to to try for the first month. This gives you the chance to try all the features of a network, without any commitment. After the first month, prices start at $9.99 a month, and you can pay for 3, 6 or 12 months.

Go here for more details:
https://www.globaltennisnetwork.com/tennis-networks/learn-more

Don't worry, if you don't want to pay to run a network, you can always join an official network. Learn more about official networks here.
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There is only two ways a player can be added to your network.

1). A player can register for GTN, and later join your network themselves.

2). A player can use a "register" link on your network, which will then add them to your network automatically.

As you can see, there is no way to manually add players to your network. Players much go through the registration process.

But, you can manually add players to your ladders, leagues and tournaments without them needing to register.
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To remove members, go to the "Members" tab of your network. From there, you should see little delete icons next to each member, assuming you are logged in, and you are a network admin.

Keep in mind, when you delete someone from your network, it doesn't delete their GTN account, or delete any of their match history. They could even rejoin your network, if you allow them.
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The official networks are networks run by Global Tennis Network. We have official networks all over the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Within an official network, members can run their own tennis ladders, leagues, or tournaments free of charge.
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Network points are awarded to members of the network after winning, or losing a match within any of the network's ladders, leagues or tournaments.

The default settings awards 100 points for a win, and 10 points for a loss during the last 365 days. These settings can be changed at anytime by a network admin.

You can see a leaderboard of who has the most network points on the "Members" page of a network.

You can read more about network points here:
https://www.globaltennisnetwork.com/tennis-blog/network-member-points
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Yes it is. Global Tennis Network members can join multiple networks.
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There are two types of network administrators. There are "Additional Administrators", and the main overall administrator, which is who created the network. Any administrator can add additional administrators, but only the main administrator can change the overall administrator.

All of this can be done from the "Network Admin -> Settings" page.
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