And Now For Spanish

Beltchecker is now available in Spanish.

We need to give a big shoutout to the Spanish BJJ community here. There were a lot of folks involved in getting this one over the finish line.

We’re adding new languages as soon as we have the translators and they have the time.

Beltchecker is run by a community of volunteers and we’re always looking for support. If you’d like to be a translator, moderator, or developer, please reach out.

German Beltchecker

Beltchecker is now available in German.

Translating Beltchecker to German was a group effort and we’d like to thank a few people for their contributions

We’re adding new languages as soon as we have the translators and they have the time.

Beltchecker is run by a community of volunteers and we’re always looking for support. If you’d like to be a translator, moderator, or developer, please reach out.

Beltchecker in Russian

Today we’ve added Russian to our array of available Beltchecker languages. To visit the site in Russian, click here.

Shout outs to the following Russian translators for all their hard work:

We’re adding new languages as soon as we have the translators and they have the time.

Beltchecker is run by a community of volunteers and we’re always looking for support. If you’d like to be a translator, moderator, or developer, please reach out.

How Does Beltchecker Work

Whether you are new to Beltchecker or have been using it since the beginning, we’ve put together a small video to show you how everything works. Check out the video below…

Our goal at Beltchecker is to have easy to use community validation of belt ranks. This video helps you get one step closer to being a part of the global community of martial artists ensuring that belt rank validation is in the hands of the practitioners.