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Small-Group Pro Events
If you would like to get your game reviewed, sign up here! (Group reviews are $35 per person.)
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Round of e-Go Congress Open
The final round of the e-Go Congress Open will take place at 1pm EDT on Saturday, August 8. If you need a bye for Round 4, please contact the TDs at email@example.com as soon as possible. Stay tuned for pairings!
Support the AGF and Get Better at Go!
Want to support youth and go education? Consider bidding on the AGF auction board at https://is.gd/JdFXrv
Song and Poetry Contest
Ever wondered why there weren’t more go songs? Vote on your favorite go-themed song and poem: https://forms.gle/NSUBFsmdM1xuRWiT8
Relay Go Updates and Pairings
To play in the tournament, make sure you have Zoom installed. We will send you a link to the tournament site after you join the Zoom meeting on Saturday (you received a link in your email). Make sure to join the meeting 10 minutes earlier (7:50pm EDT) to better prepare yourself for the tournament. We will close final check-ins on the tournament site at 8:10pm EDT sharp.
Instructions, pairings as well as a graphic walkthrough of the tournament can be found here. Due to uncertainties of an online tournament, we anticipate the final pairings to vary slightly.
e-Go Congress Store
Anyone interested in buying merchandise from the 2020 e-Go Congress should check out the official store: https://usgo-stuff.org/
Items for sale include t-shirts (men’s, women’s, and children’s sizes), mugs, lapel pins, canvas grocery bags, and face masks.
Unofficial Hangout Space
Some dedicated attendees have asked us to post their unofficial discord channel as a place for people to hangout.
Note: this channel is not moderated or controlled by the AGA in any way.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do you have questions about our event? Check out our FAQ page first!
BeginnersIntroducing beginners to the game is a big part of the 2020 e-Go Congress. Find information for beginners here.