The Game Awards are fast approaching! On December 10, 7 PM EST, we’ll find out which games will be awarded for their heroic efforts getting us all through 2020. And as usual, there’s going to be a whole bunch of celebrities giving away those awards.
The official Twitter account of The Game Awards has been teasing us with presenter announcements for the past week, with the latest names being prolific voice actor Troy Baker and ESPN presenter Stephen A. Smith.
But perhaps the biggest name-dropped yet is The Swedish Chef, the incomprehensible Muppet that has charmed all our lives since 1975. He’s certain to provide an award with his signature catchphrase of “börk börk börk,” although we’ll probably have someone translating alongside The Swedish Chef so that the audience knows who won.
The Swedish Chef may be the most famous name announced so far, but The Game Awards will also be hosted by a few B-list celebrities promoting their upcoming works. Tom Holland will be presenting an award to remind us of his upcoming role as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted movie. Gal Gadot will be promoting Wonder Woman 1984, which will be coming to HBO Max later in December.
Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder will also be at The Game Awards to perform his new hit singles, “Matter of Time” and “Say Hi.” Although not particularly known as a gamer, Pearl Jam features heavily in The Last Of Us 2 where the character Joel sings “Future Days” to Ellie in-game.
Besides the celebrity endorsements, there will also be a conference call with the heads of AMD, EA, and Xbox before the show, and host Geoff Keighley will show off some concept art for Dragon Age 4. The Game Awards is promising to be a star-studded event, so be sure to watch it on December 10.
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