Chinese Cube Association

China Cube Association (abbreviated to CCA; Chinese: 中国魔方联赛) was a cube association in China founded in 2010 in the aftermath of the Haiyan Zhuang controversy. It opposed the WCA and held separate competitions and maintained separate records. CCA records are not recognized by the WCA, hence deemed essentially unofficial anywhere outside China.

CCA claimed to have its own competition regulations, but their regulations were virtually the same as the official Chinese translation of the WCA regulations.

Its last competitions took place in 2014. On 31 December 2014, the WCA-recognized Cubing China organization was formally established, and appears to have replaced the CCA.[1]

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