The Game Awards announces this year's show will stream live from Los Angeles,
London, and Tokyo on December 10th. So save the date if you want to see various
game presentations from friend of Hideo Kojima Geoff Keighley, who is friends
with Hideo Kojima.
has more details on this year's show:
The 2020 ceremony will
stream live from Los Angeles, London and Tokyo on Dec. 10, it was announced on
Wednesday, airing in 4K UHD from audience-less, in-studio locations. It will
stream across 45 global video platforms and, barring a live audience, see fans
“participate and virtually interact with the show across social media, through
live in-game experiences, and via interactive extensions on leading streaming
platforms,” according to the announcement.
Additionally, this year’s ceremony will introduce the new innovation in
accessibly award, recognizing software and/or hardware developers that are
pushing the medium forward by adding features, technology and content to help
games be played and enjoyed by a wider audience. The Game Festival, first
launched last year, will also return, featuring a weekend of playable game
content, in-game drops, demos and live-streams.