German Boardgame Company
537 Frederick Street #23067
A company selling thousands of the world's most enjoyable and addictive board and card games, from children's games through family and serious strategy games. Our focus is European titles (most in English language editions), but we also carry the finest North American games. Our motto is: "Great selection, great prices, great service!"
German Boardgame Company was formed in 1999, becoming Canada's first company devoted to sales of European-style board games and card games -- both domestic and imported. Since then, German Boardgame Company has become one of North America's premiere sources for the acquisition of general interest and specialized Euro-style games. Don't let our low prices fool you; we offer the best customer service around!
As has been from the beginning, our aim is to have a well-rounded stock selection of the finest Euro-style games, domestic as well as the more specialized European imports. Our vision is always focused first and foremost on "Euro" style games, but we also stock the best North American games. We strive to avoid stocking games that are weak or "broken"; you will rarely find them on our list. At ~30% off of suggested retail prices, our prices are amongst the lowest in Canada. Additionally, our shipping rates are also quite low; we offer "flat rate shipping" across Canada.
German Boardgame Company has been featured in a CBC Radio One interview ("Ontario Today"), and in a front page feature article (Business Section) in the Kitchener-Waterloo Record (Kitchener, Ontario). German Boardgame Company was quoted and mentioned as a source for Euro-style games in a feature article in the Toronto Star, and was mentioned in an article on European boardgames, in an article in the New York Times.
If you purchase games from German Boardgame Company, you are supporting our vision of offering a continuously refreshed source of new games, as well as the classic "backlist" Euro-style games that we have all come to love over the past few years. What would the gaming world be, without titles such as "Terra Mystica", "7 Wonders", "Settlers of Catan", "Agricola", "Carcassonne" and "Puerto Rico"? A poorer place, for sure...
The German Boardgame Company Team