Announcing: the IGA League

Do you hunger for more competitive games? Do you nurse a lingering desire to avenge your last tournament defeat? Does the gap yawning between the Ulster Open and the Confucius Cup fill you with ennui and despair?

Fear not, we have you covered: starting from mid-May, the IGA League will bring you three months of hard-fought games. With small brackets ensuring close matches, you will play every two weeks in a double round robin. Victors will enjoy the laurels of promotion to a higher division while losers will taste the bitter dregs of relegation — the second season is planned for October.

League games can be played online or in person (if it suits both players), and the fortnightly schedule should make it easy to rearrange games around your summer holidays. The League is EGF rated class D, and all results will be submitted to the database. For more details on the rules and schedule, check the league spreadsheet.

Register by May 8th to avoid disappointment. Entry is open to all members of the IGA (renew now if your membership has lapsed).

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