Memoir ’44 Organized Play Program

Right now, the Mediterranean Theater, Operation Overlord and Hedgerow Hell are reaching the different local stores.

That’s why we are about to launch the Memoir ’44 Organized Play program.

The Memoir ’44 Organized Play program consists of a series of game demonstrations and tournaments held in public venues such as game stores and game clubs. Players that do not know the game have a chance to discover it, while veterans compete in those events.

If you want to take part in this program as a shop, club, organizer or player, you will find all the information you need on the Memoir ’44 website.

The Memoir ’44 High Command

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3 Responses to “Memoir ’44 Organized Play Program”

  1. Zasdert Ultun says:

    After reading the description, this sounds like a great program! One question though:

    It says that one battlemap goes to the organizer and one goes to the winner
    -What if the Organizer wins?
    -Who is the winner in an overlord battle? There is only one map to give out and 4 players on a team.

  2. That is all up for the Organizer (and the winning team) to decide. Our thinking is that if a team is serious about this, they will enter in the successive tourneys we will have as we release more maps, so that eventually each member of the team gets a chance to have his own (different) victory map.

    In the meantime, if each member of the team wants something, they could each receive some of the minis (trucks in this case), which could even be painted if the Organizer has the time and skills.

    We will see what people do with this program, and evolve it over time.

    Eric @ DoW

  3. rasmussen81 says:

    I’ll be running this program with a Memoir ’44 club that I plan to create with 4th and 5th graders at my school. In my case there may be close to 36 players, so giving the map to only one student doesn’t make a lot of sense so I’ll probably end up doing something like what Eric suggested with the trucks/minis to the winning players.

    I like the idea of other kits being available in the future with more maps for the club!

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