The announcement was made at Midwest Gaming Classic on March 23rd, 2013. Retroids is now the official scorekeeper and adjudicator for all consoles tracked by Aurcade. Gamers will be able to submit records live at Retroids and Aurcade sponsored events, or via live stream submissions using Twitch.tv. The owners, Ken Williams and Trickman Terry plan to add other live stream options as the site progresses.
A new high score on the arcade game Dig Dug was set by Ken House on March 28, 2013. Starting time was 2:00 PM EST, finishing time was at 1:15 AM EST, playing for a little over 11 Hours with a final score of 5,225,160 using Twin Galaxies Marathon settings. The attempt was streamed live via Twitch.TV on the channel Kencade, and was witnessed by 26 viewers. The previous record of 5,142,500 set by Donald Hayes has stood since October 25th, 2009. The game ended with a Kill Screen, and logistics were filmed for Twin Galaxies record submission.