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I have received an open amature Go tounament invite and have received permission to post it here. The Word document below has detail for the tounament. Please contact the organizers directly if interested.
The contents of the document are as follows:
MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR GO CHAMPIONSHIP (MIAGC)
Dear Sir / Lady
We are pleased to inform you that the Malaysia International Amateur Go Championship (MIAGC) will be held in Syeun Hotel, Ipoh, Malaysia from 11th to 16th March 2017. This event host by Perak Non-Islamic Affairs Department and organize by Ipoh Wei Qi Enterprise.
Ipoh Wei Qi Enterprise would like to extend our invitation to you Weiqi (Go) Association (Club) to participate in this coming event. Each Association / Club can send up to unlimit players to join this event. This tournament is only open for Amateur players and also extended to whole worldwide.
For your information, the championship consists of three sessions, including Preliminary (online selection), semi-final (online selection), and final match. For preliminary and semi-final will be conducted online on OGS server. Final match will be held in Syeun Hotel Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The prize for champion is RM 50,000 or more.
Registration fee is needed for Preliminary (online selection). However, if there are 5 person or more to register the Preliminary, each person has 20% discount, please refer diagram below.
|Date||Categories||Fee per pax (Ringgit Malaysia)||Fee after discount per pax(Ringgit Malaysia)|
|August 8-31, 2016||Early Bird Promotion Registration||160||128|
|September 1-30, 2016||Registration||180||144|
|October 1-31, 2016||Registration durng Preliminary Round||250||200|
Please make payment via bank:
Payment make through : Maybank
Name of account holder : Ipoh Wei Qi Enterprise
Account no. : 558118511927
International money transfer swift code : MBBEMYKL
Please submit the registration form (http://www.miagc.org/registration) to us from 8 August 2016.
We look forward to welcome for this championship.
Mr Liew Toong Hin
Ipoh Wei Qi Enterprise
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