LONDON — The London system Chess Federation announced Wednesday that it has won the title of world chess champion and will host a championship event in 2020 in the United States.
The London Chess Federation, which was founded in 1996, was founded to ensure a stable, competitive, and equitable game.
The federation has held the titles of world champions for two of its past five tournaments, including a record six-year run in 2012 and 2014, but has failed to win a title since 2011.
It has won titles at the World Championship and the European Championship.
It has also won world titles at world tournaments and the World Chess Championship, and won the world chess title in 2015.
The world chess championship is played in the Netherlands.
The federation will be the first major chess federation to hold a championship in the U.S., with plans to have the first tournament, which takes place at the London Olympic Park in 2019, in 2021.
The event will be played in conjunction with the U-17 World Championship in 2019 and 2019 U.K. Chess Championships.
The winner of the title will be announced in 2020, when the top-ranked world chess player from the United Kingdom will be invited to the U and the top two from the U.-17 World Championships in 2019.
The next world champion will be crowned in 2021, when world chess will move to a new, modern system that will be governed by a U.N.-mandated governance structure.
The World Chess Federation said it is pleased with the results and will work with the chess governing body, the Chess Olympiad International, to determine the exact format of the 2020 tournament.