Schedule

MSO Grand Prix (Online) – 15th April to 29th May 2022

Registration for the MSO Grand Prix tournaments is now open!  You can add to your basket the tournaments that you are interested in using the calendar below.  Each tournament has it’s own information page with details about the tournament format, rules etc.

To view the full schedule it may be easiest to use the image to the right (click on it for an expanded view).

If you have any questions come and join us and other players in our Discord group!

Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your tournament and read all event details in advance to avoid disappointment.  Finish times are approximate.

MSO Grand Prix 2022 Schedule – Click to Expand

Colour Key Abstract Imperfect Information (2p) Multiplayer (3+)
Draughts Chess Poker Backgammon

Mind Sports Olympiad 2022

Mind Sports Olympiad – 21st to 29th August 2022
JW3, London (NW3 6ET)

We are currently working on a provisional schedule and further details will be announced in due course.

MSO Grand Prix 2022

The MSO Grand Prix Championship is designed to find the best all round games player in the world.  For full details please visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix

The Multiplayer Games Championship is a unique meta-event, which celebrates the best Multiplayer games player in the world. Multiplayer games are any games where 3 or more players are involved in one game.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all Multiplayer game tournaments will be crowned the Multiplayer Games Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in green on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Abstract Games Championship is a unique meta-event, which celebrates the best abstract games player in the world. Abstract games are two player games which involve no randomness or hidden information during the game (some abstract games may involve a random starting position).

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all Abstract game tournaments will be crowned the Abstract Games Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in red on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Imperfect Information Games Championship is a unique meta-event, which celebrates the best Imperfect Information games player in the world. Imperfect Information games are two player games which involve either an element or randomness or hidden information during gameplay.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all Imperfect Information game tournaments will be crowned the Imperfect Information Games Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in yellow on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Grand Prix Chess Championship celebrates the best Chess player across the MSO Grand Prix tournaments.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all chess tournaments will be crowned the Grand Prix Chess Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in blue on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Grand Prix Backgammon Championship celebrates the best Backgammon player across the MSO Grand Prix tournaments.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all backgammon tournaments will be crowned the Grand Prix Backgammon Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in light blue on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Grand Prix Poker Championship celebrates the best Poker player across the MSO Grand Prix tournaments.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all poker tournaments will be crowned the Grand Prix Poker Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in purple on the Grand Prix schedule.

The Grand Prix Draughts Championship celebrates the best Draughts player across the MSO Grand Prix tournaments.

The player who scores the most Grand Prix points across all draughts tournaments will be crowned the Grand Prix Draughts Champion.  For details on how Grand Prix points are awarded visit mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

Eligible events are highlighted in pink on the Grand Prix schedule.

Junior medals can be won in all of our tournaments.  Juniors are defined as players who are under 18 years old as of the first day of the MSO.  In order to win a Junior medal a player must finish within the top 3 juniors in the final tournament standings and be in the top half of the overall standings.

In addition there will be a Junior Grand Prix Championship to find the best all round Junior player.  The winner will be the best junior player taken from the overall Grand Prix Championship standings.  Scoring details are available at mindsportsolympiad.com/mso-grand-prix.

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