Watch The Game Awards 2021 Live Stream

Watch The Game Awards 2021 Live Stream here. The global livestream air on December 9, from Los Angeles on Thursday, starting at 7:30 PM ET / 4:30 PM PT / 12:30 AM GMT / 9:30 AM AEST with a 30 minute pre-show; Honoring the video game industry’s best games and players for 3 hours.

You can watch The Game Awards 2021 livestream in 4K here as well:

The Game Awards 2021 Official Stream (4K) – Videogame’s Biggest Night Live on Thursday!

Watch it live to see a celebration of the best games of 2021, and a preview of what’s to come in 2022 and beyond.

Produced by Geoff Keighley, and once again taking a virtual format this year, The Game Awards 2021 will air live in 4K UHD from Hollywood, California, with special segments from other locations around the world.

The host cities for The Game Awards will be digitally connected for an innovative celebration with live award presentations, musical performances, and spectacular world premiere game announcements.

Note: There’s an overview on our “The Game Awards 2021 Nominees” page of the 100+ video games, as well as teams and individuals that have been nominated for creative and technical excellence at The Game Awards 2021.

The Game Awards this year is once again said to be the largest distributed digital event in history! Outside of the Twitch stream embedded above, there will also be a Twitter stream, Youtube stream and many more…

The Game Awards 2021 will air live across a multitude of platforms and gaming services on December 9th. Tune in to watch the show on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Steam and many other services, including live in VR with Next VR, live in China with Tencent, and highlight in a Snapchat Live Story.
The show will be available to watch live globally across all desktop, mobile and console devices.

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

Activision (Eric Hirshberg, CEO), AMD (Lisa Su, CEO), Electronic Arts (Patrick Soderlund, EVP), Hideo Kojima (Kojima Productions, founder), Microsoft Xbox (Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox), Nintendo of America (Reggie Fils-Aime, President), Rockstar Games, Sony Computer Entertainment America (Shawn Layden, chairman), Ubisoft (Yves Guillemot, CEO), Valve, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (David Haddad, President). Although those on the advisory board may have changed compared to years past.

After last year’s amazing showing with almost half a billion viewers! Will you be watching The Game Awards 2021 this year?