The world’s biggest flat wargaming event is coming to Australia, and we’re not just talking about the biggest games.
It is one of the most exciting events in the world, with thousands of players from around the world attending each weekend, and there are more than 70 events a year running across the country.
It’s also one of those events that is a bit of a mystery, and it’s something that will be a fascinating one to learn all about.
It started in London when a group of friends, some of whom were very well-known in the UK, decided to form an internet team to try and bring the games to the country and see how well they were getting off to a good start.
And that’s when things really started to take off.
In 2013, the London event brought in a little over 4,000 participants and the following year there were nearly 30,000 in total.
This year, the event is looking to grow to 40,000, and that will give us a real opportunity to see what the future holds for the event, and where it is going.
The main event will be played on the same day, on the Sunday afternoon and will see the winners play the grand final.
There will also be a live stream, hosted by the BBC Sport team, and of course you can also follow all the action live via the BBC One live stream.
But for those of you who have never had the chance to play wargames, there’s a whole new world of wargame history waiting to be discovered.
The history of the gamesThe first games were created in 1888 when a team of five members of the London Chess Club, along with a chess player, set about to create a game that would be played in an area of the city that was not quite as crowded as it is today.
In 1889, an Englishman by the name of David Leitch, who was the son of a German diplomat, wrote the rules and began to produce a game of wagering.
Leitch was known for his “sophisticated” style of waggling, and the game was quickly adopted by many countries.
By the early 20th century, the games had evolved and the players became more and more professional, and by the 1950s, there were tournaments organised by major players.
In the early 1970s, a group headed by a German chess player from Munich named Gerhard Schwarz came up with the idea of a modern wargamers tournament, and they decided to run the tournament in the US.
In 1978, the US was the first to hold a wargamer tournament.
The game was won by the New York Chess Club team of John Leitch in his final game, which he won with an ace.
In 1987, a German player named Alexander Moroz won the World Championship in the USA, but it was the American players who won the title that year.
In 1992, a British team of four players took home the World Championships in the Netherlands.
In 1994, the UK held its first wargamel event, the British Chess Classic, in which teams of two to five players were invited to compete in one-day tournaments.
The first tournaments were organised by a number of chess clubs around the country, and a tournament was held in the same venue on May 1, 1997, which was the birthday of the British Prime Minister David Cameron.
It was held at a venue in St Albans, South Wales.
The tournament was won at the end of the first round by David Cameron, who finished fourth.
The next tournament took place on April 12, 1998, and was won on the last day by former prime minister Gordon Brown, who placed fourth.
In 2001, a new tournament was organised and the first games took place in September.
It was won in a very close game by Boris Becker, who ended up finishing fifth.
In 2003, a tournament in Switzerland was held and the British team won the tournament.
In 2004, a World Championship wargomers tournament was hosted in Berlin.
In 2006, a second tournament in New Zealand was held, and in 2008, a final tournament was played.
In 2010, a third tournament was run in the United Kingdom and a fourth in Australia.
In 2011, the International Federation of Chess Federation held a World Championships tournament in Istanbul.
In 2012, a Wargaming Australia tournament was staged in Brisbane.
In 2014, a fourth World Championship was held as part of the Wargamings Australia Festival.
In 2016, a sixth World Championship held in Rome was played, and this was the final event for a team made up of two players from the United States and one from Australia.
The event will take place on August 23, 2019.
It will be streamed live on the BBC World Service, and you can follow all of the action on Twitter and Facebook, and check out our live blog for more details on the event.