BITS (short for "British Isles Traveller Support") is a UK-based organization dedicated to providing a forum for Marc Miller's 'Traveller' Roleplaying Game. It was founded in 1995 by Andy Lilly (who still coordinates the organization). Within this remit, BITS supports all versions of Traveller (Classic, MegaTraveller, The New Era, GURPS Traveller and Marc Miller's Traveller) by organizing tournaments and demonstrations in the UK (and beyond), publishing quality adventures and supplements for Traveller, aiding and encouraging members' submissions to magazines, helping to find/swap and sell out of print material, collecting and publishing software role-play aids, and bringing together players through a contact list. Although BITS was founded in the UK, it has a small number of European and North American members. BITS is one of the three groups licensed by FarFuture Enterprises to produce Traveller material, the others being Steve Jackson Games for their GURPS Traveller line and Quicklink Interactive with their Traveller T20 d20 compatible Traveller line. BITS publishes a variety of products, including the "Little White Books" which include the 101 Series.