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With the Steam Digital Tabletop Fest coming up between October 21st through 26th, Valve have now put up the schedule so you can make space for some fun events.

This is the first ever event of its kind of Steam, dedicated to celebrating games that cross between physical and digital. Valve worked with Auroch Digital, to bring together virtual let’s plays, panels, talks and more streaming activities and of course a nice big sale too.

It was already announced before but now they've put up the main schedule of events, some of them include:

There's plenty of others lined up, like watching let's plays of Slay the Spire, Warhammer 40,000: Gladius and more with the actual developers. Sounds like it's going to be a fun event.

Valve mentioned in a PR that it will also have a Digital Tabletop Sale including downloadable demos and discounts on hundreds of card, board, and tabletop-adjacent titles on Steam.

See the event page here.

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Jollt Oct 17, 2020
Nice, I'm a huge fan of Tabletop games physical and digital! :D
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