All-In-One Games and Event Management System

GEMS.pro provides you with a set of proven tools to meet the challenges of hosting Games and Events:

Guests

Participants

Workforce

Results & Data

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Among others used by these great events and games...

Games & Event Management Software For Any Industry

We understand the diversity of industries and have built a system so flexible that it can be tailored to fit any event in any sector.

Games

Our software can handle sport events and games like no other. Actually this was the industry we began in.

Associations

Because you only pay for what you use GEMS.pro is perfect for associations and non-profit organisations.

Corporations

Fairs, big meetings and conferences - you name it, we support it at favourable pricing.

Educational

We handle everything from high school sport events to university job fairs without a problem.

Governments

The public sectors strict cost management is exactly what makes GEMS.pro a perfect fit.

Festivals

We look at festivals as events with a twist of craziness - and we love to handle that as well.

GEMS.pro Event Calendar

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December 2017

Holiday Edition of GPUC!

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Future Events

2018 February 18

2018 Saskatchewan Games

North Battleford will host the province's largest celebration of Winter Sports!

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2018 March 4

2018 Manitoba Games

Thompson Manitoba will host the Provinces biggest Winter multi-sport event!

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2018 March 18

2018 Arctic Winter Games

The dual sites of Fort Smith and Hay River, NWT will host the worlds largest circumpolar sporting event!

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2018 July 29

2018 World Masters Ultimate Club Championships

TheWFDF is bringing the 2018 World Masters Ultimate Club Championships to Winnipeg!

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2019 February 15

2019 Canada WInter Games

Red Deer Alberta will welcome the rest of Canada for the country's premier amateur sporting event!

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Testimonials

Lorne Lasuita Saskatchewan Games

We were able to use it as a "total package" with the registration module, accreditation system, volunteer handling and the website result system. It is all engaged into one single solution with multiple outcomes. It makes it easy for us when we only have to deal with one system.

Different staff members fill in data and later results. To see the outcome from this on the webpage, result boards and in the hands of the volunteers makes everybody becoming totally engaged - and that is the most fulfilling.

Lorne Lasuita Saskatchewan Games