On June 27-29, USPML will be hosting a tournament at the Salt Lake Gaming Con. Tournament preregistration can be found here. Open registration will be available later in this month. The tournament itself is a WRC qualifier.
The Salt Lake Gaming convention is an independent event. We thank the convention staff for tournament space.
During the Dallas-Fort Worth Tournament this past weekend, the Panhandle Mahjong group in Crestview, FL has announced their tournament: the Emerald Coast Riichi Open. It is scheduled for this summer on August 11 and 12.
Interested participants can view the tournament details via EventBrite.
The first tournament to announce for the 2018 season, the Dallas Fort-Worth Mahjong Club is pleased to present their 2018 Riichi Open!
The tournament will be 8 hanchan long, with 6 qualifying rounds and 2 playoff rounds with the Top 8 advancing to a two-tiered playoff. WRC rules are in effect.
While registration does not open until December 9th, it is $55 to enter.
Details can be found on their website below.
The 2018 schedule begins in California with the LAPOM Best in The West Team Tournament. Details are still forthcoming, but it will be in Saki-style format, but modified to accommodate the tighter time schedule.
Unfortunately, registration for the tournament is closed due to field size reaching its maximum for this first iteration. LAPOM hopes to be able to expand the field in the future once all the logistics are shookdown.
Times listed are in UTC.
This year the IORMC introduces an Individual competition wherein the top 16 players in the Team Competition will play in a bracketed playoff format.
Players interested in competing for your country for the IORMC, please refer to the qualifiers for your country. At present, Canada and USA qualifiers are in development and will be announced when the schedule is finalized.
Times listed are in UTC. Please keep in mind that also on November 5th Daylight Savings Time ends at 0200 AM, so for those planning on participating please keep this in mind.
The Korean Mahjong League is pleased to announce the 2017 IORMC (International Online Riichi Mahjong Championship). Originally a competition between Japan and S. Korea, last year 17 countries from all around the world participated.
This year there will be the Team format as done in prior years, but there will be an individual competition based upon the placements of individuals in the team competition.
Players interested in competing for your country, please refer to the qualifiers for your country. At present, Canada and USA qualifiers are in development and will be announced when the schedule is finalized.
Our friends in the north are back, holding another Riichi Open this year in Rochester, NY!
This tournament has been sanctioned to reward high-placing players with invitations to this year's World Riichi Championship, so sign up now and don't miss out!