- 2022-07-23: Reddit Chess960 Reddit: 'The Fischer Random championship will be broadcasted by the end of October.'
- 2022-08-20: 2022 FWFRCC Kickoff
- 2022-09-17: 2022 FWFRCC Structure
- 2022-10-22: 2022 FWFRCC Qualifiers Out of chronological sequence? 'This current 'Qualifiers' post goes here...'
- 2022-10-15: 2022 FWFRCC Finalists See comments to the post.
- 2022-10-29: 2022 FWFRCC Follow-ups 'Nakamura Streams His FWFRCC Qualifiers'; 'Google Accords "Full Coverage" to the 2022 FWFRCC'
- 2022-11-19: 2022 FWFRCC Finals
- 2022-11-26: 2022 FWFRCC Finals - Live
At the time of the previous FWFRCC event -- see  FWFRCC Wrapup (December 2019) for a summary -- there was some talk of organizing it every two years. Sorry I can't give an exact reference, but COVID upset whatever plans were intended. I closed that '2019 Wrapup' post saying,
Dare we call the tournament the first FWFRCC? Will there be a second? Let's have a big round of applause for the many people who played a role in making the event possible.
Now we can ask, 'Will there be a third?' And let's repeat that 'big round of applause'. The live, commentated finals constituted some of the best chess viewing I've witnessed, and my experience goes all the way back to the 1972 Fischer - Spassky match.
Later: After I wrote the post, I recalled a previous post on my main blog that sheds some light on that last sentence; see The Man Who Put Chess on Television (May 2012; Shelby Lyman).