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and as the organizer of national [[championships]].  
 
and as the organizer of national [[championships]].  
  
As described in its [[NSA Exit Statement|exit statement]], it operated until 2013-06-30 under a mandate from [[Hasbro]], Inc. to promote the SCRABBLE game
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The NSA operated until 2013-06-30 under a mandate from [[Hasbro]], Inc. to promote the SCRABBLE game in North America, concentrating on the [[School SCRABBLE Program]] and [[casual SCRABBLE]] clubs.
in North America, concentrating on the [[School SCRABBLE Program]] and [[casual SCRABBLE]] clubs.
 

Latest revision as of 21:45, 20 September 2017

The National SCRABBLE Association (NSA) was the predecessor of the North American SCRABBLE Players Association as the governing organization for club and tournament SCRABBLE play in Canada and the United States, and as the organizer of national championships.

The NSA operated until 2013-06-30 under a mandate from Hasbro, Inc. to promote the SCRABBLE game in North America, concentrating on the School SCRABBLE Program and casual SCRABBLE clubs.