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Now Accepting Bids for 2011 North American Continental Championships

by Charlie Plaine, Chairman

21st January 2011

As part of our efforts to continually improve our processes, we are going to begin accepting bids from player groups interested in sponsoring some of our major events. This process is part of our efforts to ensure a fair and equitable way to choose the location for major events.

Today, we're proud to announce that we are now accepting bids for the 2011 North American Continental Championship. Individuals and player groups interested in sponsoring this major event should download the Organized Play Bid Template in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word to begin the process.

Excerpted from the application: "Our goal is to ensure that every group across the globe gets the chance to show off the advantages of their area, and has the opportunity to host a major event. But please understand that this process is a lot of work, and every time we host an event in a new area, a lot of up-front work has to be done by the volunteers on the ground."

We are currently looking for a player group to host the 2011 North American Continental Championships. There are only two restrictions for this event: a) the host city/player group must be located in North America b) the event must complete prior to GenCon Indy, which begins August 4th, 2011.

Applications for this event are due on Friday, February 18th, 2011. Late applications may not be considered.

Once the applications have been received, a selection committee will review the completed bids and will select the host city for this major event. Details will be announced shortly after this process is complete.

If you have questions or concerns regarding the application or the process, please consult our FAQ discussion thread.

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