November 6, 2023
The Game Awards, the video game industry’s biggest year-end celebration, today announced tickets are on sale to the public for its 10th annual show, which will stream live from the Peacock Theater (formerly Microsoft Theater) in Los Angeles on Thursday, December 7, 2023. Tickets are available on AXS.com.
The Game Awards 2023 attendees can anticipate an incredible lineup of world premiere announcements and trailers, live performances by The Game Awards Orchestra led by award-winning conductor, Lorne Balfe, and other surprises as the top games, creatives and studios of 2023 are honored at the live ceremony.
The Game Awards 2022 included world premiere trailers for highly anticipated experiences across games, film and television including, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (Electronic Arts/Respawn Entertainment/Lucas Film), The Super Mario Bros. Movie (Illumination, Nintendo, Universal Pictures), Hades II (Supergiant Games), Street Fighter 6 (Capcom), Final Fantasy XVI (Square Enix, Creative Business Unit III), and more, with appearances by Al Pacino, Keegan Michael-Key, and The Last Of Us stars Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey and other top names in Hollywood, music and games.
Since its inception in 2014, The Game Awards has bet exclusively on digital live streaming as the best way to reach video game fans around the world. This year’s show will once again stream for free across more than 30 digital video platforms including Twitch, YouTube, Steam, X (formerly known as Twitter), Facebook, TikTok Live and many more to be announced. Last year’s show delivered a record-setting 103 million global livestreams, making The Game Awards one of the largest livestream events in the world.
The Game Awards is executive produced by Geoff Keighley and Kimmie Kim. LeRoy Bennett is creative director, and Richard Preuss is director.