Serbia has been announced as the host nation for the Chess Olympiad for People with Disabilities which is scheduled next month.
The capital city of Serbia, Belgrade is set to be played from the 29th of January up until the 5th of February 2023 at the Hotel Crowne Plaza, with the tournament played over four boards.
There will be a maximum of 30 participating teams, of which 26 are selected by rating and another four are nominated by the International Chess Federation President, Arkady Dvorkovich. And if an odd number of teams are registering the hosts Serbia will be allowed to field a second team.
Ten prizes will be given out to individuals too, including for best performance, most beautiful game and the oldest and youngest players in each category.
The winners will be determined after six rounds of competition.