Archive for the ‘Regional News’ Category
Mar 8th, 2013
In case you didn’t receive the mailout yesterday and you’re interested in attending the Tri Nitro Tournament in Puteaux (that’s basically Paris). Please read on…
Mar 7th, 2013
The next few months are looking exciting for Europe. We have three upcoming tournaments in the short space of five weeks.
Mar 22nd, 2012
Your favorite American Mahjong pros and mahjong podcasters (at least we hope we’re your favorite, as we’re the only ones) are going to be playing mahjong on a live stream on Saturday, March 24, 2012!
Dec 19th, 2011
It was my first success of last year and I came out of my trip to Austria with a really fabulous trophy. It was an amazing day thanks to Alexander Doppelhofer – who everyone should know in the riichi mahjong community, he is after all one of the game’s most passionate promoters.
Oct 31st, 2011
As part of their “East kollides with West” theme, the planners at Kollision Kon will be running a two day Japanese Mahjong tournament as part of the convention.
Part of the anime convention, the Mahjong Kombat tournament will give attendees a chance to participate in another part of Japanese culture.
Jul 4th, 2011
While ReachMahjong.com deals mostly in the business and leisure of Riichi Mahjong, we do support our fellow players in events throughout the world and even play in a number of those events ourselves. The next big event in the world of mahjong is the Open European Mahjong Championship (OEMC), 2011 and will be held in Mestre, Italy from July 7-10, 2011, just outside of Venice.
May 2nd, 2011
Every year April marks the new season for the Japan Professional Mahjong League and every year more and more tournaments and events are added. April is the month to start the Pro League, Champions League and for the prestigious Masters Tournament.
Mar 9th, 2011
January marks the home-stretch of the Japan Professional Mahjong League’s season. Each year begins in April and ends in February, so the last 2 months of the season is when all the participants are working towards winning their spot in the Grand Prix finals, which take place in March. Here’s a summary of the final event results and the line-up for the JPML Grand Prix for the 2010 season.
Feb 12th, 2011
Jan 25th, 2011
On January 22-23rd, 2011, the 5th annual Japan Professional Mahjong League’s (JPML) Womens League Final took place in Tokyo. The finalists were a group of well-accomplished and skilled ladies that battled in A-League for the entire year before meeting here at the final table. Rumi Nikaido, Kana Nakata, Chihiro Asaｇiri and Kaori Shimizu played 12 games over 2 days and this year’s champion was crowned. Kaori Shimizu is your new Cherry Blossom Champion.