We're just over a day away from The Game Awards 2021 and already, there's a few things we can expect. Between presenter announcements, nominations, demo events, and rumours surrounding several big new reveals, we've got plenty to look forward to.
Hosted by Geoff Keighley, this annual awards ceremony is hosting an in-person production once again at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, following a virtual event last year. If you're looking to watch it live, here's what you need to know:
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The Game Awards 2021 - Dates and Times
The Game Awards 2021 takes place on Thursday 9th December, 2021, in North America. Viewers in the UK, Europe, Asia and Oceania will find it goes live in the morning hours of Friday 10th December, 2021. Here's the specific time zones:
- Asia/Oceania: 10AM JST / 9AM AWST / 12PM AEDT
- Europe: 2AM CET / 3AM EET
- North America: 5PM PT / 6PM MT / 7PM CST / 8PM ET
- UK/Ireland: 1AM GMT
You can find the full list below:
The Game Awards 2021 - How Long Is The Show?
That remains unconfirmed, though we'd expect a lengthy broadcast. Last year's ceremony took over three hours and given the mix between game announcements and category awards, it'll likely be similar.
The Game Awards 2021 - Where to Watch
The Game Awards 2021 is being live streamed on most platforms, including YouTube and Twitch. You can also view it through Twitter, Facebook Live, Steam and more. You can find an official link below:
We'll keep you informed as we learn more.