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How (and where) to watch The Game Awards 2020 in Australia

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The Game Awards 2020 takes place later this week and Stevivor has all the info you’ll need to be able to watch here in Australia.

The Game Awards 2020 pre-show start time

The event starts with a pre-show that kicks off at 10 am AEDT on Friday, 11 December. You can watch on your platform of choice, with several direct links available as follows:

Host Geoff Keighley will first host a panel before the pre-show proper, speaking with EA Chief Studios Officer Laura Miele, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su, and Head of Xbox Phil Spencer. A proper pre-show will follow; the entire pre-show experience will run for an hour.

The Game Awards 2020 start time

With the pre-show out of the way, The Game Awards 2020 proper starts at 11 am AEDT on Friday, 11 December. You can watch via the same links, as follows:

Acts and presenters confirmed for the event include Eddie Vedder, Gal Godot, Tom Holland, The Muppets’ Swedish Chef and Brie Larson.

For a listing of all titles and developers nominated, head here.

The Game Awards 2020 will be livestreamed on 11 December here in Australia, direct from Los Angeles, Tokyo and London. Stevivor is proud to serve as a member of the awards’ jury.

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