OSCF is improving it’s online tournaments! All events will now be run through the Oregon Scholastic Chess Federation “Team Page” on lichess.org. The Team Page opens up the possibility of running larger tournaments with different formats, including Swiss Paired events with prizes.
To register, join the Oregon Scholastic Federation Team Page.
Kids and adults are welcome at all events, regardless of age or residency. Feedback, suggestions, and special requests are welcome and appreciated! Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to host your own OSCF Online Tournament? Email us and we can set up an event within the team page. This will help increase participation in your event. You can run both free events and events with entry fees and prizes.
Wednesday July 22, 3:00PM-4:00PM: OSCF Blitz Arena (5+0)
Friday July 24, 6:00PM-8:00PM: Friday Night Rapid Arena (10+0)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS AND PARTICIPANTS:
By participating, you agree to the following:
- Safety First: Please do not use your kids’ real names as their Lichess avatar. If you would like to disable Lichess’s chat mode, go to settings and change your account to “Kid Mode.”
- Be a Good Sport: Chat must be positive, expletive free, and show good sportsmanship. Spamming the chat with rude or repetitive comments will result in removal from the event.
- No Outside Assistance: Players may not cheat by receiving help from other players or from computer engines.
- Tech Help: Lichess.org is available both on the web and via mobile app. If you get logged out mid-tournament, you can rejoin by going to the team page.
- Ratings: Lichess has its own rating system. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, online tournaments are not NWSRS rated and are not OSCF state qualifiers.