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The year 2016 is coming to an end, and for gamers it’s the right time for The Game Awards 2016 set for December 1st. For gamers, The Game Awards, produced by Geoff Keighley, is the only annual video game event seen live online and on TV, the one gamers watch to find out if their favorite titles get the recognition as the best ones in their categories, as well as a great opportunity to watch never-before-seen trailers.
The event returns once again to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on December 1st at 8:30 Eastern. What’s new this year? TGA will be seen live via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, and NextVR (for virtual reality users).
“Video games have the power to unite communities from all over the world, and this year we will share the power of gaming with more people than ever before,” stated Geoff Keighley, creator/producer of The Game Awards. “For 2016 we will expand our all-digital, no-friction path to global distribution through partnerships that include the first live awards show broadcast on Twitter, an initiative with Tencent to bring The Game Awards live to China, and our innovative, first-of-its-kind live VR broadcast with Next VR.”
[Source]: The Game Awards: The Game Awards 2016 To Be One of the Most Widely Distributed Digital Events in History.