The Game Awards 2021 has gotten an official date: Thursday, December 9th.
Toronto’s own Geoff Keighley, the creator of the show, announced the news on Twitter.
📌 SAVE THE DATE 📌
⁰Thursday, December 9
THE GAME AWARDS⁰
Live In-Person from Microsoft Theater
And Streaming Live Everywhere
A Global Celebration of Video Game Culture#TheGameAwards pic.twitter.com/Zd5hbYWWIT
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) September 30, 2021
As in previous years, the event will be held at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater and streamed worldwide in 4K on a variety of platforms. A specific time for this year’s show wasn’t revealed, but it’s expected to be sometime in the evening as with previous ceremonies.
Keighley did confirm, however, that Hollywood composer Lorne Balfe (Mission: Impossible) will return to conduct this year’s live orchestra. “Much more to share in [the] weeks ahead,” Keighley concluded.
Every year, the show offers a mix of awards being given to the top games and developers, as well as world premiere game reveals.
Graduate of Toronto Metropolitan University's journalism program. While I'm always fascinated by technology as a whole, I'm most interested in the art of video games. In particular, I'm passionate about covering Canada's world-class gaming industry and the many talented developers we have here.