There are lots of ways you can set up a Scoreholio-powered tablet scoreboard at each court. I’ll introduce below the options you have, from simple tablet stands to score towers you can buy, plus some of the creative solutions our users (including me) have built on their own.
For some venues, you can simply set your tablets on a shelf, table or stool with a little tablet stand like this. If you find yourself doing that a lot, you can even secure the stand to the back of the tablet with double-sided tape.
These don’t have cupholders or any place to feature your club branding, but they’ll get your tablet right where you need it, are compact/portable and accomodate any tablet from 7-13″ and they only cost about $30 each.
Tablet-Friendly Score Towers You Can Buy
Here’s some commercially available score towers that we know of that let you display a tablet as your scoreboard. If you know of any others, let us know!
West Georgia Cornhole
West Georgia Cornhole sells a slick score tower called ScoreMate that features an old-school clip-style scoreboard, two cupholders and a slot on top that’s perfect for a tablet. It sells for around $50 depending on color, plus $5 if you want custom graphics, and they offer an optional LED light for $30.
OV Cornhole announced and even posted a picture of a version of their PVC scoretower that can accomodate a tablet on top, but it’s not for sale yet. If this seems like what you’re looking for, hit ’em up.
Original Cornhole Company
Original Corhole Company makes and sells the score tower seen here. We couldn’t find any info about it on their Facebook page or web site, so if you’re interested you’ll have to contact them.
If you’re handy, you can build your own.
Homemade Folding Scoretower
Here’s one Greg built. It folds flat, accomodates a 7″ Amazon Fire at the top, and has a french cleat that can handle a cupholder.
Metal Hanging Bracket
Here’s a cool bracket Keven Cordova of Cornhole Idaho built out of sheet metal. It’s got a wrapover thing at the top so they can hang them on their folding score towers or just about anything with a lip.
TV Tray + Clip-on Gooseneck
Eric Cruz combined a $10 TV tray with a clip-on goose neck tablet holder to create a unit that gives players a nice shelf for their drinks and stuff, while displaying up to a 10″ tablet.