Draughts in English. Checkers in USA. Dames in France though I have heard the name "Queens" for this game because the aim is to get as many "queens" as possible to win the game. A draught that reaches the opposite base line is "Queened" (doubled-up) and can move anyway and anywhere (within the rules!).
Quote: La promotion a lieu lorsqu’un pion atteint la dernière rangée : celui-ci devient alors automatiquement une dame. Il est d’usage de superposer deux pions pour représenter une dame.
I must say I've never heard 'queened' in English and nor has Wikipedia.' If a player's piece moves into the kings row on the opposing player's side of the board, that piece is said to be crowned (or often kinged in the U.S.)' Nor have I ever heard the game called 'queens'. Perhaps I've been missing something.
Try googling "queens draughts" which explains the terminology e.g. "The game is played in a similar fashion to English Draughts but the pieces move and capture in an extended fashion. Crowned pieces are called Queens."