Upcoming Tournaments

2022 NYGHS Summer Open

 July 2 and July 9 @ 2:00 pm & 5:00 pm EDT

  KGS

The NYGHS Summer Open is an online 4 round tournament open to all Go players with a membership at a national organization or players with a stable rank on a credible Go server. There is a registration fee of $12. Prizes will be awarded to top players in every division.

Rules & Regulations

38th Annual US Go Congress 2022

 July 30 -- August 7, 2022

  Estes Park, Colorado

Registration for the annual U.S. Go Conference is now open! US Go Congress is also called the Go World Expo in North America. The number of participants can be as high as 500 every year, with various top Go players attending nation-wide. Due to the impact of the epidemic, both 2020 and 2021 USGCs were held online. In 2022, the in-person Go Congress returns!

NYIG Info USGC Website

New York Youth Open 2022

 July, 2022 (TBA)

  KGS AGA Tournaments Room

TBA

North American Youth Open 2022

 September, 2022 (TBA)

  KGS AGA Tournaments Room

TBA

Past Tournaments

2022 Eastern Youth Open

 April 23, 2022 @ 12:00 - 8:00 pm ET.

  Online: on KGS in the AGA Tournaments Room.

The Eastern Youth Open (EYO) is a 4-round open youth tournament hosted by the New York Go Association for players at all levels under the age of 18. Since 2019, the EYO is a high-standard formal tournament that is easily accessible to players in North America.

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2022 Spring Open

 March 12th and March 19 @ 2:00 pm & 5:00 pm EST.

  KGS @ NYGHS Tournament Room

The NYGHS Spring Open is an online four-round swiss-style tournament open to Go players with membership at a national organization or players with a stable rank on a credible Go server. The registration fee is $12 and prizes will be awarded to the top performing players. Contact: NYGHS President (link).

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2022 AGHS School Team Tournament

 Sundays, February 6th & 13th @ 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm EST.

  KGS AGHS Tournament Room

Inspired by the popular series Hikaru No Go, students from the same school or educational institution should form teams of 3 to compete for their school and for prizes. In order to be eligible, players must attend school in North America and be under 19/currently enrolled in grades K-12. Maximum of 5 teams per institution. -- American Go Honor Society.

Rules & Regulations

List of tournaments 2021 or earlier