Around one in five Doonhamers are trying to stay healthy by taking part in a physical challenge.
The Beat The Street scheme sees participants tapping keycards against special boxes across the town in a bid to win prizes.
Organisers Intelligent Health for Dumfries and Galloway Council, say that since the game was launched a fortnight ago, more than 7,900 players have signed up.
And they’ve clocked up an amazing 68,901 miles already.
In Dumfries, primary schools are leading the way with Heathhall Primary School topping the points leaderboard.
Dumfries Police Community heads the total average points leaderboard.
There is the chance to collect double points at the Queen of the South vs Greenock Morton game tomorrow as an extra mobile box will be in place on Portland Drive.
Also, anyone who shares a selfie of themselves on Beat The Street Dumfries Facebook or Twitter pages, while playing the game, has the chance of winning one of five special Beat the Street cuddly hedgehogs and goody bags.