Tag World Grand Prix 2003 was the first Tag World Grand Prix tournament held by Chikara. The tournament ran over two nights, with the preliminary rounds being held on July 5, 2003 at St. John's Auditorium in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and the finals held three weeks later on July 26 at the same venue. Twelve teams entered the tournament with the finals being scheduled in a three-way dance format.
* Due to the height difference between the competitors, the rules of the match were changed so that Arakencito only required a two count to win the match, while Hero and Quackenbush had to score a four count in order to pin him
† As a result of the time limit draw, both teams were eliminated from the tournament
Tag World Grand Prix 2005 ran over three nights, from February 18 through 20, 2005. The first and second rounds took place over the first two nights in Reading, Pennsylvania and Emmaus, Pennsylvania, respectively. The remainder occurred on the third night in Pittston, Pennsylvania. This time the number of participating teams was expanded to 32. BlackJack Marciano was scheduled to enter the tournament as Eddie Kingston's partner, but had to pull out due to an injury. His replacement was decided by a random draw.
Tag World Grand Prix 2008 was the fourth and to date final Tag World Grand Prix tournament held by Chikara. The tournament ran over two nights, November 8 and 9 and was held in Oberhausen, Germany. This time only 12 teams entered the tournament, with the finals being scheduled to be contested under three-way elimination match rules. The team of Tommy End and Zack Sabre, Jr. was scheduled to enter the tournament, however, Sabre, Jr. no-showed the event and his replacement was decided by a random draw.
On March 8, 2013, Chikara announced that the first Tag World Grand Prix in four and a half years would be taking place on May 18 in Chicago, Illinois. Chikara later revealed on their website that the tournament would be contested over two shows, both taking place on May 18. The Heart Throbs (Antonio Thomas and Romeo Roselli) were originally announced for the tournament, but were on the day of the tournament replaced by Submission Squad (Gary Jay and Pierre Abernathy).