It’s that time of the year when The Game Awards recognize both creative and technical excellence in the global video game and esports industry. The event celebrates the accomplishments of everyone in the industry, from developers, players, to notable individuals who have helped improve the community as a whole.








There were 29 categories considered that were awarded during the event. The winners of the categories are, the following:



  • Game of the Year – Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

  • Best Action Game – Devil May Cry 5

  • Best Action/Adventure Game – Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

  • Best Art Direction – Control

  • Best Audio Design – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

  • Best Community Support – Destiny 2

  • Content Creator of the Year – Shroud

  • Esports Coach of the Year – Danny Zonic Sorensen

  • Best Esports Event – League of Legends World Championship 2019

  • Esports Game of the Year – League of Legends

  • Esports Host of the Year – Eefje Sjokz Depoortere

  • Esports Player of the Year – Kyle Bugha Giersdorf

  • Esports Team of the Year – G2 Esports

  • Best Family Game – Luigi’s Mansion 3 

  • Best Fighting Game – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

  • Best Fresh Indie Game – ZA/UM

  • Best Game Direction – Death Stranding

  • Best Games For Impact – Gris

  • Best Independent Game – Disco Elysium

  • Best Mobile Game – Call of Duty: Mobile

  • Best Multiplayer Game – Apex Legends

  • Best Narrative – Disco Elysium

  • Best On-Going Game – Fortnite

  • Best Performance – Mads Mikkelsen

  • Best Role-Playing Game – Disco Elysium

  • Best Score -amp; Music – Death Stranding

  • Best Sports and Racing Game – Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

  • Best Strategy Game – Fire Emblem: Three Houses

  • Best VR/AR Game – Beat Saber


Game Awards 2019’s Game of the Year


Microsoft’s next-gen console, the Xbox Series X was also announced during the event, along with a lot of exciting games premiered during the event including:



  • Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 for Xbox Series X

  • The Joker coming January 2020

  • Bravely Default coming to Nintendo Switch

  • Warframe: Empyrean update out now

  • Magic The Gathering: Theros Beyond Death

  • Sons Of The Forest

  • Doom Eternal coming March 20, 2020

  • Dungeons and Dragons Dark Alliance coming fall 2020

  • WolfEye Studios announces Weird West

  • Magic Legends open for Sign up

  • Occulus Rift announces Path of the Warrior

  • Gears Tactics coming April 28, 2020

  • Naraka BladePoint coming 2020

  • Nine To Five launches Alpha testing in 2020

  • New World

  • Riot’s CONV/RGENCE

  • The Wolf Among Us 2

  • Fast and Furious Crossroads coming May 2020


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