Several organizations, such as the International Go Federation, the Japanese and Korean Go Associations and the Ing foundation, hold worldwide amateur tournaments, lasting a week or longer. Participants are often the local champions of one national association. Europe and the US each have their congress. Major city tournaments in Europe have been grouped into one competition and linked to a sponsor as the European Cup. Follow the links below to read more about such events. Other formats are round robin, McMahon, and single elimination.
- National Tournament Calendars: links to the national calenders
- European Go Tournament Calendar
- European Go Championship
- American Go Tournament Calendar
- Canadian Tournaments
- National championships
- World Amateur Go Championship
- World Pair Go Championship?
- International Team Baduk Championship
- Incheon World Amateur Baduk Championship
- World Youth Goe Championship
- Go Server Tournaments
- Asia Baduk Championship
- All Japan Children's Tournament
- All Japan Pair Go Championship?
- World Oza (allows both amateur and pro entries)
- World Students Go Oza Championship
- Youth tournaments index
- Korea Prime Minister Cup World Baduk Championship
- Pair Go Tournaments
- World Mind Sports Games
- Baduklab Online Group Tournaments
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