ARMA is proud to announce a joint tournament with Riichi Nomi New York City!
Come and sign up to fight for country, pride and prizes.
Format: 4 Hanchan Free for All: ARMA and NYC players will play against each other randomly in a free for all pool; the top 4 ARMA and NYC players will move onto the Round of 8 2 Hanchan Round of 8: The top 4 ARMA players and the top 4 RNNYC players will play against each other in a 2 hanchans. Top 2 of each table will move onto the finals 2 Hanchan Finals: The top 2 ARMA players and top 2 RNNYC players will face off, for country and glory!
Times: October 10 Morning (Time to be specified closer to date): First 2 hanchans of FFA October 10 Night (Time to be specified closer to date): Last 2 hanchans of FFA October 17 Morning (Time to be specified closer to date): RO8 October 17 Night (Time to be specified closer to date): Finals
Rules: Aka on, No Tobi, No Agariyame, No abortive draws, 25k Start, 30k return. Oka + 30/10 Uma
We are running a mini tournament (4 hanchan) which will be a qualifier to decide who represents Australia at IORMC this year. Team Australia won the team tournament last year and Nosty made the final table in the individual tournament. IORMC will be held on 7th and 14th of November this year.
This tournament is open to all Australian players regardless of whether you intend to play in IORMC . However, we will prioritise players who are playing to qualify for the team if we do not have an even number of players for the tournament.
Congratulations to team AUNSW Wanderers (chewy, Mai, esp) who have won this year’s ARMA Team league, prevailing in an 8 hanchan finals series. Tile Dreaming came in 2nd place, followed by Chombo Nomi and Notice me, Tenpai.
Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus all clubs have had to suspend their live mahjong activities. To ensure that everyone is getting their mahjong fix, we’re hosting an Online team league based on Japan’s M-League.
The following teams consisting of 3-5 players will play a total of 36 hanchan each across 9 weeks on Tenhou and MahjongSoul. The top 4 players will participate in a finals series with the top 2 teams winning prizes (Amazon gift cards / Tenhou premium) for each team member.
The Australian Riichi Mahjong Open 2019 was held recently in Melbourne, Australia.
Congratulations to our winner Kevin Dinh from South Australia. He will be invited to represent Australia at the World Riichi Championship 2020 in Vienna, Australia. We should also congratulate the other players on our final table: Mathis (NSW/France), Tomoki (NSW), Nam (VIC).
Congratulations to our team this year: Cheez – Aaron C. -Nosty- – Kevin L. SBT101 – Kevin D. ronald – Pero M.
In addition, Kevin L / -Nosty- fought through the knockout rounds in the IORMC Individual competition to qualify for the final table of this year’s event. Unfortunately he was unable to make it a double win for Australia but a 4th place finish overall is great nonetheless. Individual results: https://kml.or.kr/xe/72347#0
After our recently completed qualifier I would like to announce that the following players will be representing Australia at the International Online Riichi Mahjong Championship (IORMC) on 8th November:
Welcome to the Australian Riichi Mahjong Association (ARMA) Website!
We are a group focused on promoting the wonderful game of Riichi (Japanese) mahjong in Australia.
We currently run meetups in Sydney. They are an opportunity for new members to learn how to play Riichi Mahjong as well as developing their skills with our more experienced members.
We have friends in other states who run other meetups and groups for Riichi mahjong.
We have members who have represented Australia in various international Riichi tournaments.
If you are new to mahjong or an experienced mahjong player looking to try out Riichi we would love to hear from you! Feel free to send us an email, join our Discord channel , DM us on Twitter or find us on Facebook.