Watch The Game Awards 2015 Live Stream

Watch The Game Awards 2015 Live Stream here. The global livestream air on December 3, from Los Angeles today on December 3 at 9 PM ET / 6 PM PT; Honoring the video game industry’s best games and players.

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Produced by Geoff Keighley, The Game Awards 2015 will unite game industry creators, influencers and eSports champions for a night of awards, exclusive game premieres, and major music performances.

The Game Awards will stream free around the world via a range of partners, including go90, YouTube, Twitch, Steam, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and Fans who watch on go90 will see additional exclusive shoulder programming and content before and after the show. Xbox Live, Steam, and PlayStation Network will each offer special Game Awards Sales, unlocking offers for gamers to buy select digital games at a discount around the show.

“2015 has been a blockbuster year for gaming, and now, with the help of go90, we are going to take The Game Awards to the next level,” said Keighley. “This year we plan to put fans at the center of the show – and give them special opportunities to interact with us by using their gaming consoles, mobile devices and computers.” More details on interactivity will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Game Awards 2014 featured appearances by Kiefer Sutherland, Conan O’Brien, South Park co-creator Trey Parker, and a marquee performance by Imagine Dragons. The show also revealed world premieres of The Legend of Zelda and Metal Gear Solid V: Online.

Last year’s inaugural Game Awards was streamed almost 2 million times in three hours, and generated more than 500 million social media impressions on Twitter.

The Game Awards is backed by an advisory board that includes:

Activision (Eric Hirshberg, CEO), Electronic Arts (Peter Moore, COO), Hideo Kojima, Microsoft Xbox (Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox), Nintendo of America (Reggie Fils-Aime, President), Rockstar Games, Sony Computer Entertainment America (Shawn Layden, CEO), Telltale Games (Steve Allison, SVP Publishing), Ubisoft (Yves Guillemot, CEO), Valve and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (David Haddad, President).

Last year was way better than the horrifying previous years. Will you be watching this year?