The Game Awards Reveals Its Disappointingly Safe Nominations for 2015At the end of the day, it’s still just another awards show. Editorial by Bob Mackey, 11/13/2015.
The Game Awards 2015 are less than three weeks away, and considering the list of nominees announced today by producer Geoff Keighley, it’s going to …
The Game Awards 2015 announces its full list of nominees today, covering all of the best video games, developers, players, and performers for this year.
The Game Awards has released its list of nominees for this year’s show, with fans able to cast their votes for the first time. In an announcement released earlier today, The Game Awards host lays out its nominees across all categories for its upcoming 2017 award show on December 7.
The Game Awards 2015 ceremony, which honored the best video games of 2015, took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on December 3, 2015. The show was produced and hosted by Geoff Keighley.
First let’s take a look at what the judges (and fans in applicable categories) selected as the best of the year for The Game Awards 2015.
Nominees have been announced for the 2015 Game Awards. According to the official Game Awards website, a jury of 32 “international media” select the nominees, and the nominees in the eSports category were voted on by an “advisory panel consisting of eSports media and sites.”
The year-end awards season begins tonight with the 2015 Game Awards. Some of 2015’s finest games will be celebrated, with one ultimately taking home the coveted overall Game of the Year award.
The Game Awards 2015 officially kicked off at 9 p.m. ET tonight, but producer Geoff Keighley got the party started with a couple of awards on the pre-show, which began half an hour earlier.
This year more than 100 games and individuals have been nominated for The Game Awards. Choose your favorites below. You can vote once every 24 hours, and if you share your vote it receives an extra boost in our winner formula. Winners will be announced live on December 6th at The Game Awards.
The Game Awards is an annual awards ceremony honoring achievements in the video game industry. The ceremonies also feature premieres of new games and upcoming content and an in-depth look at previously announced ones. The shows are produced and hosted by Canadian games journalist Geoff Keighley, who had worked on its predecessor, the Spike Video Game Awards, for over ten years.
Location: Microsoft Theater