Industry events continue to attract more and more visitors
Geoff Keighley Game Awards This year attracted more viewers than ever before.
The event was held on Thursday, December 10, and reached a record 83 million people, an 84% increase from the 45.2 million people who watched the show in 2019.
The number of simultaneous viewers of the “Game Awards” also reached a peak of 8.3 million. Part of the reason is that the event was broadcast live on 40 different services around the world, and won important international audiences in China, India, Japan, Russia, Southeast Asia, South Korea, and Brazil.
On Twitch, The Game Awards attracted 2.63 million viewers, which is twice as many as last year, and YouTube’s trend is almost the same. Game Awards also dominate Twitter, ranking first in the world, and the number of authors on the show has increased by 65%.
Chris Nolan (Chris Nolan), Keanu Reeves (Keanu Reeves), Brie Larson (Brie Larson), Tom Holland (Tom Holland), Gal Gadot (Gal Gadot) Celebrities like Eddie Vedder and Eddie Vedder will appear digitally, and these high-profile hosts will not be harmed. (Although it is difficult to bring much to the audience).
Game awards become more and more important in the game calendar every year. It used to be a winter match for E3 in summer, but this year, due to the absence of the Expo, it is particularly prominent.
Since it was first held in 2014, the award ceremony has increasingly announced its award ceremony. This year, we announced the new “Mass Effect”, as well as “Perfect Darkness”, “Ark 2”, “Callisto Project” and even “Between Us” maps. This inevitably attracted more attention from the Geoff Keighley award.
No matter how you look at the show, it is clear that Game Awards will continue to exist.As the uncertain state of E3 in the post-Covid world hangs in the balance, it is entirely possible that it will become of Every year there is a place where companies come to show off their most exciting announcements. With such a number, it is difficult to see how it will not become larger and larger in the landscape.