The Game Awards is held yearly to celebrate the accomplishments that have been procured by the video game industry. This ceremony was first initiated in the year 2014 and is ongoing to date. The show has been fabricated and held by Geoff Keighley, who is also associated with the Spike Video Game Awards. This event is held in the USA every year.
Due to the outbreak of the pandemic in the previous year, 2020, a live show was unable to take place, and the honoring was done digitally. This time it is again going live, and fans cannot wait to see who the nominees are or who is going to get it.
Premiere Date and What Does this Award Mean?
The Game Awards is also set to be hosted once again by Geoff Keighley on December 9, 2021, at the Microsoft Theatres in Los Angeles.
This award was first started to be given in the year 2014 to the game of the year, which means the award goes to the game which has successfully been able to excite a huge number of players and has pleased them as well. The voting is done by the judges and the audience, so there is going to be no scope of partiality.
Achieving this award is indeed a great deal since the creation of such an award-winning game, and the skills the developers had shown have successfully been able to rank high among many other competitors.
Where Can You Stream The Show?
The audience can stream the show on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook Live, Steam and GameSpot. No other platforms are yet known other than these. If you want to know more, you must stick with us.
The timing of the show is 5 pm PT; 8 pm ET. UK audience can watch it from 1 am onwards whereas Australian audience can watch it from 1 om AEDT. Who, according to you, is the best deserving? Are you going to watch it? Do not forget to share it with us.
What Are The Categories This Year?
Fans want to know the categories relying upon which awards are to be given to here it goes: Game of the year; Best Game Direction; Best Ongoing; Best Narrative; Best Indie; Best Mobile Game; Best VR/AR; Best action; Best action/adventure; Best Role-Playing; Best Fighting; Best Debut Indie; Best Family.
Best Sports/Best Racing; Best Sim/Strategy; Best Multiplayer; Most Anticipated Game; Best Art Direction; Best Score and Music; Best Audio Design; Best Community Support; Best Esports Game and a few more.
Should You Watch It?
If you are a true gamer, you should not be asking such a question. This show is indeed the most prestigious show for developers, and gamers are no less pleased to see their favorite games grabbing the trophy. There are around about 30 categories, and each of them is different yet remarkable.
People do wait for a year-long to watch this live show, and since in 2020, this show was not hosted, people are more intrigued to watch it live this time. You should not miss it and fail to watch whether your favorite game got the award or not.