The Game Awards Airing Digitally December 10
The video game industry’s annual year-end celebration, The Game Awards will be a digital event on December 10, 2020.
The Game Awards will adapt a multi-city approach to the 2020 broadcast airing from Los Angeles, Tokyo, and London with no in-person audience. The show will air live in 4K UHD, and will feature musical performances, live award presentations, and premiere game announcements.
Co-streamers will be able to participate and virtually interact across social media, live in-game experiences, and through interactive extensions on leading streaming platforms – more details will be released regarding this functionality in the coming months.
New to this year’s ceremony is the Innovation in Accessibly award, which recognizes software/hardware developers that push the medium forward through new features, technology and content that allow games to be played and enjoyed by an even wider audience.
You can view a teaser (released on @TheGameAwards’ Twitter account) below:
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THE GAME AWARDS
Thursday, December 10
🔴 Los Angeles
— The Game Awards (@thegameawards) September 23, 2020
According to Geoff Keighley, creator/producer/host of The Game Awards:
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