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2021 New Zealand Digital Tournament
The NZGS invites you to play in the 2021 New Zealand Digital Tournament
To get the 2021 'Down under' go year underway the New Zealand Go Society is running our first digital tournament. We are unashamedly copying much from the Australian Digital tournament as it is worthy of emulation. Let's play and get some games before the in person tournaments start.Find out more »
Australian Open & Digital Tournament
The Australian Go Association cannot convene for a national championship in person. Normally the Nationals would be in Sydney for 2021, people flying in from all over the country over one of their long weekends. That will not happen this year, as most states are either quarantining to control epidemic SARS-CoV-2-delta or quarantining to keep out epidemic SARS-CoV-2. So, plan B: the 6th Australian Digital Championship is also the 43rd Australian Open. This is a temporary measure and all expectations are that we will revert to the customary tournament form next year.Find out more »
42nd Queensland Go Championships
The 42nd Queensland Go Championships will be held on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of March, 2022, at the major downstairs gaming room of Comics Plus.Find out more »
PacifiGo Perennial on the 28th of May, 2022. This is an annual tournament we run in partnership with the Queensland Go Society with no entry fee.Find out more »
Victorian Open 2022
The tournament is being hosted by the Victorian Go Club and will be held on July 2nd and 3rd. There will be only 1 division, an open competition, no handicap. Registration closes on 30th June.
There is a trophy and cash prizes totalling $1,900. Entry fee is $60.Find out more »
2022 Korean Ambassador’s Cup
The Korean Ambassador's Cup will be held at the Ryde-Eastwood Leagues club on August 14th 2022. There are three divisions limited to 16 contestants in each division.
The Open division is for strong dan players and is recommended for 5 dan players and above.
The dan handicap division is recommended for players 1 kyu to 5 dan.
The kyu handicap division is recommended for all kyu players.
There is a prize pool of $2,000.
With limited places it is important to register and pay as soon as possible. No additional registrations will be accepted for a division once all 16 spots have been taken.Find out more »
2022 Brisbane Spring Tournament
The tournament will take place on Saturday 17th September 2022 with two divisions. The Open Division for players 2k and stronger, 4 rounds, no handicap, 45min + 3x30s byoyomi.
The handicap division for 2d to 20k, 5 rounds, ≤9 stones, 30min + 3x30s byoyomi
Entry costs $25 regular, $20 concession. Snacks, tea/coffee provided, lunch provided
to register email email@example.com or join on the day.
2022 AGA National Championships
The 2022 Australian National Championships will be held in the Sports Lounge at the Ryde-Eastwood Leagues Club (117 Ryedale Rd, West Ryde, NSW, 2114) on the weekend of December 3rd & 4th 2022. The main tournament will consist of four divisions, the Open, Dan Handicap, Kyu Handicap and Emerging Player’s Tournament. In addition to the main tournament The Annual General Meeting of the AGA will be held at midday Saturday 3rd December.Find out more »
7th Annual World College Go Friendship Tournament
The 7th Annual World College Go Friendship Tournament - Sydney Uni vs. The University of Shenzhen. Brought to you by Chinese Weiqi Association, Shanghai Ing Chang and The University of Sydney Go Society.Find out more »
Sang Dae Hahn Memorial Tournament
The Sang Dae Hahn Memorial Tournament will be held on Saturday March 4th and Sunday March 5th 2023 at the Ryde-Eastwood RSL, 117, Ryedale Road, West Ryde, NSW 2114. The doors will open at 10:00am.
There will be three main divisions with 6 games played over two days. The divisions are the Open Division for 5 dan and above; the Dan handicap division for 1 kyu and above; the Kyu handicap division for kyu players. There will also be a 5 round Junior’s division – for under-16 players from beginner to 10 kyu Sunday March 5th.
The prize pool is expected to be around $1,500 depending on entries and possible sponsorship.
The full entry fee for any division is $60 with a concession rate of $40 for students, interstate travellers and people over 75 years of age. The entry fee for the Junior’s tournament is $30.Find out more »