The Quizbowl Resource Center (hsquizbowl.org) is the most popular web site for quizbowl announcement and discussion on the Internet. It includes a message board, a blog-style front page, extensive packet archives, and a tournament schedule/results database.
The forums are, by far, the most used portion of the site. It includes forums for the discussion and comparison of both high school and collegiate teams; praise and criticism for tournaments on the high school, college and trash circuits; and advertisement of upcoming tournaments. It also includes an area to discuss non-quizbowl topics and sports.
In the summer of 2011, Jeffrey Hill's Scobo services were migrated to hsquizbowl.org and updated to produce the Quizbowl Resource Database. The database allows tournament directors to create a calendar entry from their tournaments, upload stats files from their tournaments for permanent storage, and post their sets online.
In spring 2012, the resources of quizbowlpackets.com were migrated to the hsquizbowl web space.
The site was founded in summer 2000 on Geocities and moved to its own domain name in summer 2001. The forums were added in April 2003.