We are happy to announce that Bigo Live is an official streaming partner of The Game Awards 2022, which will kick off on 4:30 pm PST Thursday December 8th. On that day, we will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles.
This year sees Bigo Live’s first time with the event and includes streaming of the ceremony across North America, Latin America, Japan, South Korea, Australia, the UK, Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Portugal.
In addition to the streaming partnership, Bigo Live will also engage the Bigo community by hosting in-app Community activations such as discussions and voting around the Awards, encouraging the creation of user generated content.
Bigo Live has long enabled streamers to connect with viewers and fans as they stream popular games such as League of Legends, Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty and more. Viewers are able to enjoy an immersive watching experience and highly interactive engagement on Bigo Live when creators are streaming their favorite games.
The Game Awards are an annual event to ‘recognize and uphold creative and technical excellence in the global video game industry.’ The Game Awards recognize and honor all sectors of the gaming industry from the games themselves to gaming content creators – with Game of the Year finalists including Elden Ring and God of War Ragnarok and Content Creators including Fluxo creator Nobru and Streamer Awards creator QTCinderella.
The Game Awards Host and Creator, Geoff Keighley, said: “The Game Awards strives to reach as wide an audience as possible and so we’re thrilled to bring Bigo Live into the community. We aim to bring together diverse groups of game developers and players, as well as major names from pop culture, to celebrate gaming as an immersive, challenging and inspiring form of entertainment.”
For more information on Bigo Live and TGA, please download Bigo Live app and tune for the live stream.