Deep Game Basketball


DeepGame Basketball is a successful online learning site that teaches people how to unlock their potential and take their playing to the next level.

For DeepGame Basketball we built their main Website, membership site and integrated their discourse forum.

Their tech stack includes Kinsta, WordPress, Memberium, Active Campaign, LearnDash and more…



The homepage is a custom designed page that was implemented using Elementor to allow copy changes to be made more easily.

At the top is a video that uses a custom shortcode we coded that allows DeepGame to easily switch out the video during their promotional campaign by passing through a query parameter in the URL.


The Programs page is another custom designed page that was implemented using Elementor.

We use some custom javascript to handle the functionality where people need to agree to 3 things before being allowed to click the ‘Add To Cart’ button.


DeepGame Basketball was using EverWebinar for their webinars but wasn’t thrilled with a few of their features, so we built them their own automated platform that gives them more control over the look and feel as well as experience their users have.


One of the simplest pages on any wordpress site to make is the Contact Us Page. The Contact Us page for DeepGame Basketball is a nice looking page that gets the job done.

Membership Site


At the heart of every membership site is the Member Dashboard – the place all members goto after logging in.

It was important that we used a great looking page that made it easy for their members access the course or forum.

Training Program

The ‘Programs’ page is a custom designed and built page that dynamically pulls in the courses the member has access to, as well as will show any courses they don’t have access to as locked. DeepGame have launched with just the one course, but the page was built with the intention of having a half dozen courses or more.


Initially we looked at using the inbuilt forum in the BuddyBoss theme but as they already had an active forum on Discourse, we decided to self-host the forum on an AWS EC2 server and use the Discourse Forum plugin to handle authentication so members can simply click a button and be logged into the forum.