Andy Fong

about me

Andy Fong - International Arbiter - Chairman of the Arbiter Committee

Andy began his memory sports journey in 2009 when he attended a memory training class taught by Dr. Yip Swe Chooi.

He then participated at the World Memory Championship in 2010 and 2011, and granted the Grandmaster of Memory title in 2011.

In 2012, Andy established the Hong Kong Memory Sports Council with his partners. Andy became the youngest level 4 arbiter of the WMSC World Memory Championships in 2014.

From 2012 to 2017, Andy has hosted more than 20 memory competitions in 10 countries.


International Arbiter

Chairman of the Arbiter Committee


Graduated in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Dalhousie University in Canada. Have work experiences in Canada, Japan and HK.

  • Australia Open Memory Championship 2012
  • Asia Championship Memory Championship 2015
  • WMSC World Memory Championship 2012-2015
  • Mongolia Memory Championship 2013
  • Taiwan Memory Championship 2015
  • Hong Kong Open Memory Championship 2013-2015
  • Tokyo Friendly Memory Championship 2014-2017
  • Malaysia Open Memory Championship 2016
  • Philippines Open Memory Championship 2014-2015, 2017
  • Indonesia Memory Championship 2014
  • Singapore Open Memory Championship 2015
  • Korea Open Memory Championship 2017

About AMSA

The AMSA mission is to provide a globally unified platform for memory athletes to challenge the memory limit.

AMSA is not affiliated to any organization.