Some time ago, I endeavored to create a pawnless diagonally symmetrical 'starting' position with twice as many pieces; with no captures possible on white's first move. After some experimentation, I successfully found this position:
I've since played a few rounds of that position against some people, and it appears to be an approximately fair position as far as I can tell through play-testing it. If I recall correctly, at depth 36 Stockfish sees the identical moves 1.Nd3 and 1.Nf5 as the best at ~+0.35; however once either of those moves are on the board and Stockfish 10 is again allowed to reach depth 36 it evaluates the position on black's turn as 0.00, with no three-fold immediately visible on the best PV. I have also locally run a 16-game test between two instances of Stockfish 10 from that position at 30+90 time control, all of which ended in draws.
Seeing as each army occupies opposite quarters of the board, and can be visually sub-divided into 4 further quarters each with the king making up a quarter of the royal quarter; I derived the name "Quarter Chess" for that position. Where might I find a sub-community of players willing to play Quarter Chess against me + each other? While I did make mention of having played it against a few people, my opponents thus far have consisted only of those that I either know in real life or am well-acquainted with online; which hasn't offered me the best overall challenge level for my skill level or ample enough opportunity to play Quarter Chess.