Category Archives: Events

Introduction to Tornelo

Quick free start guide to running events: Monday 9 November @ 15:00 CET. In cooperation with the European Chess Union. Presented by David Cordover, Founder & CEO of Tornelo.com. Duration 45 minutes + questions (Start time 14:00 UTC). Register here. Tornelo is the official tournament management platform of the European Chess Union. In this webinar they will provide… Read More »

FIDE and ECU Workshop for arbiters in online chess

FIDE Arbiters’ Commission in cooperation with the ECU Arbiter’s council will organize a Workshop for arbiters in online chess events, 10. 06. 2020 (18:00 – 20:00 CEST). You can find all the infromation on the FIDE Arbiters’ Commission’s website. “The conference will be held in Zoom. To register, simply send an email to chairman.arbiters@fide.com. Prior to the start, the… Read More »

ECU Arbiter Seminar

ECU Arbiters Council would like to invite all arbiters to meet online on the first day of the upcoming FA Seminar – Sunday May 3. You can listen to a few topics interesting for ECU arbiters like System of appointments for ECU events, ECU Tournament rules, reporting procedure, evaluations of ECU Arbiters and GDPR related matters. And you… Read More »

Online ECU/FIDE Arbiters Seminar

We would like to invite all arbiters interested in getting the norm from seminar neccessary for the FA title to the Online ECU/FIDE Arbiters Seminar! It will follow all the standards required by FIDE and will also provide information for ECU arbiters from the members of ECU Arbiter’s Council. For more information and for registration please continue here. We… Read More »

Development FA and IO Seminars in Trieste

The European Chess Union, with the cooperation of the Italian Arbiters’ Commission on behalf of Italian Chess Federation and the FIDE Development Commission, organises a multiple-field training event specially dedicated to female participants, from 1st-7th September in the city of Trieste, Italy. The objective of the event is to develop women’s activity in Chess as per the priorities… Read More »