Valve has kicked off the Steam Sports Fest, an all-new Steam sale dedicated to sports, and if you’re thinking to yourself, “I don’t like sports games,” it’s worth checking out anyway: What qualifies as a “sport” in this sale is defined very loosely.

There are plenty of conventional sports games to be had, and some very good discounts too. FIFA 23, for instance, is $21/£18/€21 (70% off) and NBA 2K23 is down to $10/£8/€10, an 84% discount. That’s the lowest FIFA 23 has ever been on Steam, according to, and just about as low as NBA 2K23 has gone. 

PGA Tour 2K23 is 67% off, taking it to $20/£16.50/€20, and if you’re more of a behind-the-scenes guy than an on-field presence, there’s Football Manager 2023 at $36/£27/€36, a 40% reduction.

But I told you I don’t like sports games, you protest! Why am I here? To that I say, consider these, Sport:

  • Skatebird – $10/£8/€10 (50% off)
  • TheHunter: Call of the Wild – $6/£6/€6 (70% off)
  • Session – $20/£17.50/€20 (50% off)
  • Descenders – $7.50/£6/€7 (70% off)
  • Mutant Football League – $4.50/£4/€4 (70% off)
  • Volley Pals – $4/£3/€4 (25% off)
  • Gorufoo – $1/£1/€1 (80% off)
  • Roxy Raccoon’s Bowling Bash – $1/£1/€1 (75% off)

Ironically, while you can go boarding as a bird or bowling as a trash panda, the one genre the Steam Sports Fest doesn’t offer is racing, an actual genre of sports that’s excluded because—fair enough—”you already had your own fest.”

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On top of the discounts, people who don’t feel like spending any money at all can take advantage of a range of free demos and free-to-play games, and there are also free daily stickers to collect. The Steam Sports Fest is live now and runs until 10 am PT/1 pm ET on May 22.

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