• 10:31 am Events Submitted for MCF Rating – and future MCF Rated events
  • 3:39 pm Malaysia to Organize Commonwealth Chess Championship 2023-24 from 19th to 28th February in Melaka
  • 10:25 pm Malaysians Youth To Participate At The 25th Asian Youth Chess Championship in Al-Ain, UAE
  • 1:03 am Eastern Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championship 2023 Officially Kicked Off in Sabah
  • 12:42 pm ASIAN Online Chess Championship for Players with Disabilities

With relaxation provided by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and the National Security Council, many chess organiser have now begun to organize Over-The-Board events. Nonetheless, the need to comply with the SOPs enforced by the relevant government authorities is still a requirement. Hence, organizers are requested to register their event with the Ministry or at risk of being reported and/or summoned for not complying with the regulations. Interested organizers are requested to visit https://www.kbs.gov.my/sop-kbs-mkn.html to learn more about the current SOPs and from then on, to register their event at https://erosa.kbs.gov.my Organizers including officials running such events without the necessary approval may face being blacklisted or have their Arbiter license revoked.

Chess players, parents, organizers, officials, and supporters must understand the need to upkeep the image of our chess community as a unit that complies and is sensitive towards the well-being of our nation from the pandemic.

The list of events that has reached MCF and their respective status are as follows:

The Seremban Chess Tournament 2022 has been APPROVED. At the time when the report was first published, it was still awaiting approval from the Tournament Committee.

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MCF Secretariat