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A Brief Overview of Scrabble playing Associations
Scrabble was invented by unemployed architect Alfred Butts in 1938. Little did he know at the time just how far his simple crossword board game would go. The original name of Scrabble was 'Criss-Crosswords'. It was designed as a modification to his earlier game 'Lexico'. Under the name 'Criss-Crosswords' the game made it's way through backrooms in New York and became popular. It was through the eventual sale to Peter Brunot, a lawyer, that Scrabble was born.
The first three countries to have rights to market Scrabble were the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. Since that time, major organizations have been formed with one purpose in mind: serious Scrabble play. They each serve their countries a hot plate of Scrabble well done.
In North America, the National Scrabble Association (NSA) has been in existence for over 60 years. It is considered the ultimate source for Scrabble in North America. The NSA acts as the governing body for all Scrabble tournament play and is operated as such. The NSA consists of a governing body with elected officials. The NSA is divided into separate committees: the rules committee, an advisory board, a technology committee, ratings committee, Tourneyman Task Force, a dictionary committee, and pairings committee.
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