The Game Awards kicks off Thursday December 6 at 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET (Friday, December 7 at 1:30am UK/12:30pm AET). From what we've already reported upon, The Game Awards will feature plenty of new game trailers and announcements, and a lot of updates for already released titles. The Game Awards will be streamed in 4K.
Even if you're not following The Game Awards live today, you can still grab a great deal on some of the year's best games - including the ones that are now sweeping the awards this afternoon. The games poised for the most awards include Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War and Marvel's Spider-Man. MP1st will also have the show's announcements and reveals right here as it happens. Clicking the above link also allows you to cast a ballot for The Game Awards, and help influence the results. I get very excited for any sort of event that will play host to new game announcements, I book an entire week off work for E3, and I keep track of every piece of news and industry happening. Spanning console, mobile and PC gaming, as well as eSports, The Game Awards is the first of a new breed of award shows, built from the ground up exclusively for global digital and streaming platforms. What game do you think will win Game of the Year this year?