The College Chess League was created for the purpose of bringing together college chess teams for friendly competition. After attending the 2012 Pan Ams College Chess Tournament and meeting all the cool chess players from other colleges, George Krasnopolskiy went about thinking of a way to be able to compete with these schools more than once a year. The College Chess League was the outcome.
The College Chess League allows players from different university share in the comradery of team chess without the high costs of having to fly across the nation for a chess match. Comprised of 4 – 6 chess players representing their universities, the College Chess League arranges matches between university chess teams online in a season format with a playoffs and a champion.
The College Chess League will offer game analyzation (by a Grandmaster) and a chance for college chess players of all levels to improve their chess game.