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BoardGameGeek History

BaSL created 2 GeekLists chronicling much of the history of BGG: The History of BoardGameGeek: 2000-2003 & The History of BoardGameGeek: 2004-2006.

A series of forumposts is created for BGG's History from 2004-2009:

The History of BoardGameGeek Part I: 2004
The History of BoardGameGeek Part II: 2005
The History of BoardGameGeek Part III: 2006
The History of BoardGameGeek Part IV: 2007

Scott Alden also talks about the history of BGG in an interview with Tom Vasel (Interviews by an Optimist # 32 - Scott Alden).

In 2017, following another Alden interview with Paul Grogan, this geeklist was written: A brief history of BGG.

The BGG Timeline

2000 January BGG launched
2000 July Forums
2001 August Collections and ratings
2002 August GeekLists
2003 September Start of Advertising
2004 October GeekSpeak (later name BoardGameSpeak) launches
2005 November BGG.CON
2006 January Scott Alden leaves his day job to run BGG full time
2006 January Massive site overhaul
2006 October Added wiki functionality
2009 July Geekdo.com goes live

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