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About SimplyBg.com

SimplyBG.com is where you can play head-to-head backgammon against real players.

At SimplyBG.com you can play single-game matches or multiple-game matches. You can also participate in our regularly organized backgammon tournaments and play against many players. See a full list of our backgammon features.

Registration and match-play are free. There are no software installation requirements, no downloads, no plugins, nothing to install. SimplyBG.com is ready from your Internet web-browser or from any personal computing device; laptop, tablet or mobile phone.

To get started, create an account using your email address as your login-id. Registration is simple. On the login screen, provide your email and a password and press the Login button. In one click you will be registered and ready to go.

Your information is safe with us. See our easy to read Privacy Policy.

Once you are logged-in, you can invite opponents to matches by using the built-in player invite system. You'll will be able to create game matches and invite others to play. You may also join existing matches.

How SimplyBG.com Works

SimplyBG.com uses Web-services provided by www.2IBS.com for complete game match and tournament play management. All dice rolls are produced by www.Random.Org. Board display, animations, play and player interaction management uses built-in browser technologies.

The design of the platform is one that considers all potential instabilities computers, Internet and technology in general may have. With that consideration, SimplyBG.com and 2IBS.com are solid-state in that these systems guarantee play management, dice roll management, game rules management, and player turn management flawlessly.

In addition to using www.Random.Org for dice rolls, a queue management system ensures the distribution of the rolls are never duplicated or missed. As well, an early detection system is in place to detect any failures before game play is effected.

Game stats are maintained and locked-in at the moment a player performs a roll, a move, a double challenge or offers a resign. Once an action is taken in a game, it is committed and safe.