EDC 2020 took place in Sion (Switzerland) on 5-6 September 2020. Due to the cancellation of the EDC event that was supposed to take place in Milan, it was decided to move the EDC 2020 to Sion. Travel restrictions and the fear of the virus left only the strongest ready...
I have updated the upcoming events list with some Diplomacy Tournaments I'm aware of. The year 2020 seem to be very promising if you want to play some good diplomacy games all over the world. First of all a really good news is that Tour of Britain is back. And we have...
The 2018 WDC will be held in Washington DC, with opening festivities October 4th. www.ptks.org/wdc2018 for all the details
The EDC in Milan ended and the new champion is Gwen Maggi, who wins the EDC tournament for the fourth time.
The new tournaments season is starting! I've published all the tournaments I'm aware of right now, but if anyone has more information, it's very easy to insert them, or just mail me if you don't care about the appearance of your tournament page. Enjoy.
Andrew Goff announces that the winner of the tournament was once again Tim Jones! Congratulations and see you soon for the complete results.
This year WDC is over, and the next one seem to be so into the future, but next year is almost here, and the next WDC is in Oxford on 7th-9th July 2017. So get ready and tell all your friends to think about it! Follow the preparation to the event on the [button...
Last week-end took place the World Diplomacy Championship in Chicago.
93 players were fighting for the WDC title and after 52 boards we have the winner.