You Can Watch The Game Awards Right Here with Bill

Sergio Cunningham
December 7, 2018

Even if you're not following The Game Awards live today, you can still grab a great deal on some of the year's best games - including the ones that are now sweeping the awards this afternoon.

If you're not able to use the above YouTube stream, you can also follow along on Twitch, Twitter, Facebook and just about anything else that streams video tonight. The ceremony will also be streamed on a number of other services around the globe. MP1st will also have the show's announcements and reveals right here as it happens. There's a good possibility that the likes of Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America will be taking to The Game Awards' stage, but it has gotten to the point where we sort of already expect it.

The Game Awards are back, and this year promises the biggest lineup of game announcements to date. More performers will be announced in the lead up to the show.

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As part of the promotion behind the event, host Geoff Keighley teased that ten brand new games will be shown for the very first time.

The wind is taken out of the reveal's sails, tomorrow night I'll be sat there waiting for Bethesda's trailer to pass me by so that we can actually get on to the things we don't know about.

The Game Awards begin on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8:30 p.m. EST. What game do you think will win Game of the Year this year?

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