The webDiplomacy League:
The biggest tournament, with over 70 players, the webDiplomacy League runs approximately from September to January, and from March to July; currently six Leagues: Premier League, League A1, League A2, League B1, League B2, and League B3
Leagues, four game seasons, WTA with SC tiebreak.
Runs from September until completion. The length is dependent on the number of entrants. Seeded knock out tournament with two or three rounds and a final.
Two or three two-game knock-out rounds followed by a single final.
Runs from September until the last game is finished. Final games are opened at the beginning of April. 43 participants may enter each year.
43 player solo-or-nothing round robin
The champions' trophy is an invitation only tournament, which runs annually. Pauses are allowed to give time for times away from home. One game is played, and then, if there is no outright winner a second is played. After two games a round-robin of France-Austria (a two player variant) between any tied players decides the result. All Games are Anonymous
The reigning champion of the competition, the champion from each of the previous two seasons, the two best from the Masters' and the two best players from the previous Grand Festive Diplomacy Tournament compete.
Diplomacy Match, WTA. Anonymous.
The webDip world cup is the major internal team tournament. Teams of four representing various geographic locations play in two rounds to determine a winner. A mixture of games, including Public Press and Gunboat variants, is played.
Two round team knock-out.
The Mountain is a series of games in which losers are relegated out of the series and replaced by new participants. Winners are crowned "king."
The Online Diplomacy Championship is a tournament focused on bringing together the top players from all of the online diplomacy sites. It is played in three rounds of two games each, with more than half of the field being eliminated each round.
The 1v1 Showdown is a Double Elimination Tournament based on the France vs Austria map. Players play one set each round against a single opponent - upon losing two sets, they are eliminated. The last remaining player is the victor.
The 150cc club is a live game club, they play password protected live games to ensure high-quality play.
A face to face tournament taking place from 10th-12th June 2011 in Boston
The Community support pages exist to provide useful information to webDiplomacy users
The Ghost-Ratings list is an alternative rating system to points, which is completed at the start of every month, beginning January 2009.
Contact: Hellenic Riot
The Player of the Year awards are a set of unofficial awards compiled each year.
Contact: Hellenic Riot