While they may not have the clout of the Emmys or the Oscars
(yet), the Game Awards have become the preeminent show for
celebrating the best video games, developers, and esports teams of
the year. Produced and hosted by Geoff Keighley, the annual awards
ceremony is now in its fifth year, and as in previous years, the
show will be packed with exclusive world premieres, as well as an
eclectic group of presenters and performers.
You can watch the show on virtually any device you own, from
your phone to your tablet to your PC to your TV. We’ve embedded the
official YouTube stream in this post, but if you want to watch it
on a larger screen, you have that option. The stream officially
begins at 5:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET on Thursday, December 6th.
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The Game Awards 2018: How to watch, what to expect, and all the
nominees originally appeared on BGR.com on Thu, 6 Dec 2018 at 19:37:19 EDT.
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The Game Awards 2018: How to watch, what to expect, and all the nominees