The WCA has recently published the Code of Conduct and updated the Competition Safety Policy.
The new Code of Conduct can be found here. This document acts as a standard of actions and behaviors of any member of the WCA, including Registered Speedcubers, Competitions Organizers, guests, WCA Officials, and users on the official WCA Forum.
The safety policy has been updated to clarify that the holding of competitions within a region must be able to be done safely and includes a reminder that the Board has the right to cancel a competition if it is no longer safe to hold. The new version of the WCA Competition Safety Policy can be found here.
The period of validity is until December 31st, 2020.
We are happy to announce that Cape Town will be hosting the upcoming WCA African Continental Championship in 2022.
An additional thank you to the applicants from Cairo, Egypt for their submission for the African Continental Championship 2022. You can view the application documents for the Continental Championships here.
The decision to host the WCA South American Championship 2022 has been deferred.
Lastly, a reminder that the WCA Oceania Championship 2022 will have an application period from March 1st to May 31st, 2021 in line with the World Championship 2023 application period.
Dear WCA Community,
After recent voting by WCA Staff Members, the proposed amendments to the Motions have been approved by a good majority. The amendment of the Motions followed Motion 13.2019.1 now called Motion 13.2020.1: Amendments of Bylaws and Motions and a summary of the included changes has been compiled below: