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Revision as of 15:43, September 16, 2013

MMO Champion
MMO-Champion logo
TypeWorld of Warcraft news
Maintained byBoubouille
Alexa rating3,300[1]
Quantcast traffic122K[1]
RSS feed RSS feed

MMO Champion is a World of Warcraft news website run by Boubouille (Fabien Bonte,[2] also known as Bibi) started in 2007.[citation needed] In mid-2010, Curse acquired MMO Champion.[3]

While Bibi himself lives in France, MMO Champion shares a server cluster in the United States. We don't know the exact site audience, but some numbers[4] that we do have allows us to guess that it has no less then 10 million visitors per month (probably more).

Official MMO Champion IRC channel: #mmo-champion at Quakenet.

MMO Champion logo

Old logo

As a reference

MMO champion aggregates "Blue notes" (Community Manager notes, i.e. official Blizzard representatives). While posts on the official WoW forums will "drop off" after a few months, it is presumed that posts on sites such as this will persist longer, making them more suitable for use as references.


  1. ^ a b As of 14-Mar-2013.
  2. ^ Corgan 2008-01-27. MMO-Champion Interview [ENG] - Behind the scenes #1.
  3. ^ MMO-Champion acquired by Curse Last edited by Boubouille; 2010-07-20 at 03:24 AM.
  4. ^ Kermit 2008-11-12. MMO-Champion: взгляд изнутри.

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