Board Games Critic, The Quality Board Game Reviews Database Expands Their Network With The Introduction Of Their New Look Website

Top Quote Board Games Critic (BGC) is growing at an exponential pace and the V2.0 is alive and kicking. End Quote
  • Wichita Falls, TX (1888PressRelease) May 13, 2011 - Over the last 3 months, since it's launch back in Febuary of this year, the online board game reviews, news & database website has gone from zero visitors at launch to an estimated 12,000 unique visitors this month and that number is continuing to increase every day. The team conservatively estimate that at the current rate of growth the home of BGC will reach 50,000 unique visitors per month by August of this year.

    To facilitate this growth the technical team over at BGC have just completed a massive V2.0 upgrade to the website, which sees the addition of many new features that will provide a more comprehensive resource for it's visitors. These changes include the introduction of far more comprehensive database information for each board game, an overall easy to navigate structure, independant written reviews and video reviews as well as several other small enhancements.

    Ben Johnson, the owner and developer of BGC said "We're extremely pleased at how fast BGC has grown in the past few months, the initial growth has far exceeded our own expectations and we just hope that the next few months continue like the last".

    Mr Johnson also went onto say that "The changes we've introduced to our website are designed to make the vistor experience even better. We've improved the overall structure of the website as well as the quality and content of the information we're providing. We've tried to provide everything the avid board gamer as well as the average lay person will need when they're looking for particular board game information or are looking to purchase a board game".

    Many board games are now largely overlooked in preference for more technical gadgets, however BGC really seems to be bringing board games and board gaming back to life with their new online resource. If their current growth is anything to go by it seems clear that their strategy is certainly working and they may just help to bring back some "life" into the board game market.

    You can visit to see the changes in place.

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