Boardgame Players Association

The Boardgame Players Association is a non-profit corporation established to support the shared interests of board game players. The BPA is best known for hosting the World Boardgaming Championships.

In addition to its flagship event, the BPA also sponsors or co-sponsors the following annual events::* Enlightentment -- Held in Timonium, Maryland focusing on the Age of Renaissance game:* D-Day -- Held in Timonium, Maryland focusing on the Breakout Normandy game:* Euro Quest -- Held in Timonium, Maryland focusing on a variety of board and games game:* Waterloo -- Held in Timonium, Maryland focusing on the Napoleonic Wars game:* Winter Activation Meeting (WAM) -- Held in Timonium, Maryland focusing on two-player historical card-driven games.

The BPA also Play-By-eMail Tournaments for selected games, including:
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* Manifest Destiny
* Paths of Glory
* The Russian Campaign
* War at Sea
* Victory in the Pacific
* We the People
* For the People
* Empire of the Sun
* Wilderness War

External links

* [http://www.boardgamers.org/ Boardgame Players Association]


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