The Game Awards Start Time: Here’s What time Game Awards start in UK

The Game Awards Start Time: Here’s What time Game Awards start in UK

Not only will the TGAs offer awards for the best videos games in 2019, but there will also be new reveals.

This includes a number of new titles being announced when The Games Awards start on December 12.

And there will also be a list of different presenters for different awards, as well as a few surprises.

We already know that Epic Games will be offering a surprise Fortnite announcement during the evening.

The only downside will be that gamers in the UK might have a hard time watching everything that is being planned.


The Game Awards are scheduled to start at a different time in the UK to those listed in the United States.

And this also means that The Game Awards will be kicking off on Friday, December 13, rather than December 12.

So the official UK start time for The Game Awards is at 1:30am, GMT, on Friday, December 13, 2019.

If UK gamers are able to stay awake and watch the whole show, there should be plenty of cool video games news to watch live.

According to the latest estimates, The Game Awards is expected to run for around three hours, meaning it won’t end until around 4:30am, GMT.

As confirmed by the TGA Twitter account: “The Game Awards airs live and free on Thursday, December 12 at 8:30 pm ET / 5:30 pm PT.

“The show airs across all major digital, social and gaming platforms around the world.

“Watch The Game Awards live with your favourite creators. Check back closer to December 12 for a list of confirmed creators who will co-stream the show in English and other languages across a variety of platforms.”

So as a roundup, The Game Awards will be kicking off in the early hours of the morning in Europe, Africa and Asia, on December 13.

In the United States, The Game Awards will have a start time set for December 12, 2019.


Watching The Game Awards this week is very easy and really only requires an internet connection.

The show will be available to watch on a number of different platforms and there’s a good chance you will have access to at least one of them.

This includes TWITCH, YOUTUBE, Twitter, Facebook Live, Steam, Mixer, MLG, Caffeine, Playstation, IGN, Gamespot, and Pluto TV.

With so much choice available, it will be up to you what crowd of gamers you want to watch The Game Awards with.

For fans in the United States, there will also be the chance to watch The Game Awards in select cinemas.

The Game Awards has teamed up with Cinemark Theatres, and Sony Pictures to offer a new superticket program that pairs a live simulcast of The Game Awards in 53 Cinemark theatre locations with a bonus screening of Sony Pictures’ Jumanji: The Next Level.

This special, one-night-only cinema event will be available in 53 Cinemark locations across the U.S. on December 12. Jumanji: The Next Level will play before the live simulcast of The Game Awards.

Published at Wed, 11 Dec 2019 21:45:00 +0000