The Bridgemate wireless scoring system uses table-top terminals at which players enter their player numbers and the board results. A
central receiver is connected to the computer for picking up scores from the Bridgemates and transferring the results to the scoring
program. Wireless radio-transmission is used to transmit the data.
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There are over 3,500 clubs using more than 100,000 Bridgemates in 60+ countries; 40 national Bridge organizations use
Bridgemates in their tournaments. The World Bridge Federation and European Bridge League have used Bridgemates at
all of their tournaments starting in 2005. At the 2008 World Bridge Olympiad in Beijing, China - organized by the World
Bridge Federation - more than 175,000 boards were scored with Bridgemates.