The Game Awards 2017

The Game Awards 2017

It all started from the Spike Video Game Awards also known as the VGAs, and the VGX in its final year. It was an annual award show hosted by Spike TV between 2003 and 2013 that recognized the best computer and video games of the year.

Spike decided to drop their annual award show and announced it publicly on November 10, 2014, ending their decade-long run. Geoff Keighley Canadian gaming journalist used to work in Spike Video Game Awards, went on to create his own video game award show in the form of The Game Awards starting in that year, dropping the support from Spike.
 
The Game Awards recognizes and upholds creative and technical excellence in the global video game industry. It brings together a diverse group of players, game developers, and notable names from gaming industry to celebrate and advance gaming’s position as the most immersive, challenging and inspiring form of entertainment.
 
Their Awards ceremony, held annually in December, celebrates both game creators and game players, and gives fans a sneak preview of games set to be released in the future. The program is broadcasted globally, free-of-charge, on all gaming screens and digital platforms, and recognizes video games across PC, mobile, console, VR/AR. 
The Game Awards Trophy

Winners :

Game of the Year – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Best Game Direction – Nintendo
Best Narrative – What Remains of Edith Finch
Best Action Game – Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Best Art Direction – Cuphead
Best Role Playing Game – Persona 5
Best Fighting Game – Injustice 2
Industry Icon Award – Carol Shaw
Best Family Game – Super Mario Odyssey
Best Action/Adventure Game – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Best Student Game – Level Squared
Best Score/Music – Nier: Automata
Best Audio Design – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Best Performance – Melina Juergens (as Senua, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice)
Games for Impact – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Best Ongoing Game – Overwatch
Best Handheld Game – Metroid: Samus Returns
Best Mobile Game – Monument Valley 2
Best VR/AR Game – Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Best Strategy Game – Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
Best Sports/Racing Game – Forza Motorsport 7
Best Multiplayer Game – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
Best Independent Game – Cuphead
Best Debut Indie Game – Cuphead
Best Horror/Stealth Game – The Evil Within 2
Most Anticipated Game – The Last of Us Part II
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Best eSports Game – Overwatch
Best eSports Player – Lee Sang-hyeok “Faker” (SK Telecom 1, League of Legends)
Best eSports Team – Cloud 9
Chinese Fan Game Award – Jx3 HD – Developed by Kingsoft Corporation

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