A JB Hi-Fi in Melbourne is being praised for its "games for girls" display, which breaks down gender stereotypes in the gaming community.
Morris Umali, who made the sign, wrote on his Facebook that he and his JB Hi-Fi team were growing tired of people asking what games girls would like.
"I'm tired of customers asking for 'games that girls will like' so we made this," he wrote.
"All the women I know are playing the shooters and scary games. I'm the one playing Animal Crossing and crying at To The Moon."