If you don’t play boardgames at all (or play only boardgames designed more than twenty years ago), I think this is worth watching.
If you do play boardgames, there’s a lot here you already know. But the thing I appreciate most is Quinns’s argument for the relevance of boardgaming: societies all over the planet have been gaming for several millenniums, and we’re now at a wonderful period of intersection between system design, visual design, and accessibility.
Now is a really good time to play, is what he’s saying. And if you’re not sure where to start, there are some good recommendations in that video and on his site. (And I can give you a few myself.)