The Game Awards 2019 UK start time: What time are The Game Awards on in the UK?

The sixth annual Game Awards is back, with plenty of great games in the running.

Fans will finally find out who will win the awards for the best video games in 2019. But there will also be new, exciting reveals.

Geoff Keighley, producer and creator of The Game Awards, has announced there will be 10 reveals on the night.

There are also dozens of awards which will be handed out to the best in the games industry.

This year the show is being held at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles.

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When it The Game Awards?

The Game Awards starts on December 12 in the US.

You’re invited to “celebrate video games and esports at The Game Awards 2019, live from Los Angeles.”

It will all kick off at 5.30pm-9.30pm PST

What time does The Game Awards start in the UK?

Those watching from the UK may be a bit confused, because the time The Game Awards starts is given in a US time zone.

For the UK it means The Game Awards will kick off on Friday, December 13, rather than 12.

Unfortunately, that means UK viewers have to stay up very late in order to watch it.

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The official UK start time is at 1.30am GMT, on Friday, December 13.

The stream is expected to last four around three hours, which means it won’t be ending until around 4.30am GMT.

You can stream The Game Awards for free on all all major digital, social and gaming platforms across the world.

For example, you’ll be able to watch it on YouTube, Twitch, Mixer, Steam, PSN, Xbox live, Twitter and Facebook.

Who are the nominees for the Game Awards?

There are 29 categories, and some of them are within a certain genre, others focus on esports, including best team or players.

But the biggest award of the night is the Game of the Year. The nominees for this one are Control, Death Standing, Resident Evil 2, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, The Outer Worlds and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The full list of nominees for this Year’s Game Awards can be found on our dedicated page.

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