For over four years, Guild Ball has had a thrilling champonship series. Players from all over the world have competed in their local national championships for a chance at the world Guild Ball title. Some dedicated people have even traveled to multiple events across the globe to demonstrate their prowess.
The status of the officially sanctioned world championship series is currently unclear, as the 2019 world championship didn't happen and no future events have been scheduled or announced. However, as Lon Sims famously said ...
In the last few years, there have been a modest number of unofficial national and sub-national championship events. These event have been run by their local communities as if they were SFG-sanctioned events in every way except that they didn't get the SFG seal of approval.
In 2017, 2018, and 2019 there were unofficial championship events in Austria, Slovenia, Bavaria, Japan, Switzerland, Barcelona, and the Netherlands.
The second annual Make it Rain event in Seattle, Washington on June 20th will be hosting the 2020 Cascadian championship.
My hope is that the success of these independent championship events will encourage other regions and nations to host their own championship events. Maybe someday we can even host our own unofficial world championship!
Brian Andersen (2021-04-01)
A New Challenger Appears!
Dominic Westerland (2021-02-28)
Digital World Championship 2021
Sam Bredeson (2021-02-02)
Community Project Town Hall Meeting
Sam Bredeson (2021-01-25)
Community Project OPD
Eoin Dornan (2020-10-27)
Guild Ball community project committees
Sam Bredeson (2020-09-22)
Introducing the community project steering group
Steve Cole (2020-09-02)
Guild Ball is dead. Long live Guild Ball!
Steve Cole (2020-08-21)
Event plays 'Nimble'
Skerolf Dickinger (2020-05-06)
Kubla Con Golden Horde Virtual Tournament
Michal Rudzki (2020-04-28)
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