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The Game Awards 2020 -- Tune in and Watch Live with The DualShockers Staff Tonight

The staff of DualShockers will be streaming The Game Awards with our live reactions, and you're invited to join in and watch with us.

December 10, 2020

As we’re now nearing mid-December, The Game Awards have once again returned for its sixth annual showcase of the biggest and best achievements in the games industry in the past year. Obviously for 2020 this year’s ceremony will be a bit “different” than in years past, but what hasn’t changed is that tonight will bring together everyone from across the gaming community to celebrate the medium, and we’ll be right there along with all of you.

Just like we did last year, we here at DualShockers will be running a livestream tonight for The Game Awards 2020 where you’ll be able to watch along with our staff and get our live reactions (and hot takes) as the award show kicks off. This year’s The Game Awards will air starting at 4pm PT/7pm ET on Twitch, YouTube, and other streaming platforms with a pre-show to kick off beforehand at 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET.

If you’re looking to watch and comment alongside our staff as the night unfolds, you can join us on our YouTube channel where we’ll be livestreaming the entirety of the award ceremony and pre-show with our own Nick Blain (video editor), Cameron Hawkins (staff writer), Kris Cornelisse (staff writer), and Ricky Frech (reviews editor).

You can watch our livestream above, and feel free to subscribe to us on YouTube and get your predictions ready for what we’ll see tonight at The Game Awards 2020. So far there are plenty of awards on deck to give out and several upcoming game announcements and reveals for tonight, so stay tuned for what will unfold at this year’s showcase.

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Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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