The biggest award show for the gaming industry, The Game Awards, is in its eighth edition in 2021 and has announced the on-ground event at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles in December. South Asia’s leading esports company NODWIN Gaming with streaming partner Hotstar will rebroadcast the event in India.
Created and produced by Geoff Keighley, The Game Awards is a prestigious stage to felicitate best-of-the-best in the global gaming fraternity which encompasses design, development, esports, art, audio, direction, streaming, events and a lot more. The industry brings out the best content and products with cutting edge technology every year. It is at The Game Awards where the top names in all the verticals are honoured.
“We are honored to bring The Game Awards yet again to India in partnership with NODWIN Gaming,” said The Game Awards creator Geoff Keighley. “As a truly global celebration of gaming, we look forward to celebrating the year’s best games and previewing what’s next at this year’s show.”
As the safety restrictions ease in a majority of the countries, The Game Awards will allow a limited audience at the much revered Microsoft Theatre.
“The Game Awards is a true embodiment of the art form of gaming on the global stage. Nodwin Gaming is proud to have joined hands with TGA for yet another year where the pandemic situation has eased to a great extent. There is a lot to feast on at the grand celebration of gaming with the best artists and movie stars apart from the multitude of categories from the industry itself. Looking forward to sharing and celebrating the love of gaming across the nation”, said NODWIN Gaming MD and co-founder Akshat Rathee.
NODWIN Gaming continues its support for The Game Awards by rebroadcasting the ceremony in India, thereby bringing the global phenomenon to one of the fastest-growing gaming markets in the world.
You can catch The Game Awards live on Disney+Hotstar, MTV India, Voot, Jio TV, MX Player and Loco on 10 December from 5:30 am to 9:30 am.