Melburnians in lockdown encouraged to pick up a controller or roll the dice this weekend

This weekend marks the beginning of Melbourne International Games Week (MIGW), Australia’s largest gaming celebration.
Although the event looks quite different this year, there’s still plenty of ways to get involved. 
On Sunday Melburnians are encouraged to pick up a video or board game, jump on the phone or online with friends and family and settle in for the ‘Big Games Night In’. 
Now in its sixth year, MIGW has partnered with ACMI for the ‘Big Games Night In’, offering an online space for gamers of all ages to test drive some new and upcoming video game titles.
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Video games aren’t the only things to keep you busy, with tabletop and role-playing games also encouraged.
Dust off the Monopoly, charge your controllers and get the snacks ready, Melbourne.
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More information on how you can get involved with ‘Big Games Night In’ and Melbourne International Games Week can be found on their website: 

Source: 9NEWS