Here's how you can watch The Game Awards 2021 show today

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Geoff Keighley is taking to the stage later today to begin The Game Awards 2021 presentation at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The ceremony is slated to reveal the winners of all 30 award categories like Best Role Playing, Best Action, Best VR, and of course Game of the Year, as well as a whole bunch of game announcements and new trailers.

The live presentation begins at 5PM PT/8PM ET/12:30AM GMT with at least three hours of runtime, not including the pre-show. It can be caught on every major platform including Twitch, YouTube, Facebook Live, Twitter, Oculus Venues (VR), Steam, as well as co-streamer channels and other platforms across the world. Find the complete list of services available to watch here.

During last year's show, there were reveals of Perfect Dark, Back 4 Blood, new Smash DLC, teasers for the next Dragon Age and Mass Effect projects from BioWare, and more. Confirmed appearances for this year include a brand new Sonic game, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, Destiny 2's Witch Queen expansion, a look at the Halo TV show, and more Xbox Game Pass announcements, among dozens of other reveals.

Of course, there will be plenty of surprise trailer drops during the presentation as well, with rumors pointing towards new looks at Rocksteady's Suicide Squad, Playground's Fable, Dragons Dogma 2, and maybe even more Elden Ring.

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