Welcome to the North American Diplomacy Federation

The North American Diplomacy Federation supports and promotes the play of the board game Diplomacy in all its forms. The game is played face-to-face, of course, in the form of house games, club events, and tournaments. Many also play online, using web-based sites or smart phone apps. The pandemic has spawned a new way to play – virtual face-to-face, in which participants play on a web-based site while negotiating through Discord or some other digital communication method.

Whatever your preferred mode of play, the NADF is here for you. This site will help teach you the game if you are new to the Diplomacy hobby. It will connect you to hobby media and other resources. You can find out about upcoming tournaments, link to online games, or find other Diplomacy players in your local community. Above all, we are passionate about convincing folk to play, helping them improve their game, and connecting them with fellow hobbyists both in North America and around the world. Join us!

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Recent Content

Katie Gray Leads the Carnage

The Spring Edition of Dave Maletsky’s Carnage event, this year held virtually, was won by Indiana resident Katie Gray, winning her first tournament in the...

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Same Name Tops Two Leagues

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Mastbaum Takes California Tourney

Jason Mastbaum of California won his state’s premier Diplomacy tournament, the Whipping, on April 10th on the strength of his second game in which he...

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may, 2021

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