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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice wins Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2019

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Winners of The Game Awards were announced this evening with Game of the Year going to Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice also walked home with Best Action/Adventure game.

Disco Elysium also walked off with four awards.

Winners are listed in bold below.

The Game Awards 2019 Winners
Game of the Year

Control
Death Stranding
Resident Evil 2
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
The Outer Worlds

Best Action Game

Apex Legends
Astral Chain
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Devil May Cry 5
Gears 5
Metro Exodus

Best Action-Adventure Game

Borderlands 3
Control
Death Stranding
Resident Evil 2
The Legends of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Best Art Direction

Control
Death Stranding
Gris
Sayonara Wild Hearts
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Best Audio Design

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Control
Death Stranding
Gears 5
Resident Evil 2
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Best Community Support

Apex Legends
Destiny 2
Final Fantasy 14
Fortnite
Rainbow Six Siege

Best Family Game

Luigi’s Mansion 3
Ring Fit Adventure
Super Mario Maker 2
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Yoshi’s Crafted World

Best Fighting Game

Dead or Alive 6
Jump Force
Mortal Kombat 11
Samurai Showdown
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Best Narrative

A Plague Tale: Innocence
Control
Death Stranding
Disco Elysium
The Outer Worlds

Best Game Direction

Control
Death Stranding
Resident Evil 2
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
The Outer Worlds

Best Score/Music

Cadence of Hyrule
Death Stranding
Devil May Cry 5
Kingdom Hearts 3
Sayonara Wild Hearts

Best Independent Game

Baba Is You
Disco Elysium
Katana ZERO
Outer Wilds
Untitled Goose Game

Best Ongoing Game

Apex Legends
Destiny 2
Final Fantasy 14
Fortnite
Rainbow Six Siege

Best Performance

Ashly Burch/The Outer Worlds
Courtney Hope/Control
Laura Bailey/Gears 5
Mads Mikkelsen/Death Stranding
Matthew Porretta/Control
Norman Reedus/Death Stranding

Best Mobile Game

Call of Duty: Mobile
GRINDSTONE
Sayonara Wild Hearts
Sky: Children of Light
What the Golf?

Best RPG Game

Disco Elysium
Final Fantasy 14
Kingdom Hearts 3
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
The Outer Worlds

Best VR/AR Game

Asgard’s Wrath
Blood & Truth
Beat Saber
No Man’s Sky
Trover Saves the Universe

Best Strategy Game

Age of Wonders: Planetfall
Anno 1800
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Total War: Three Kingdoms
Tropico 6
Wargroove

Best Sports/Racing Game

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
DiRT Rally 2.0
eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020
F1 2019
FIFA 20

Best Multiplayer Game

Apex Legends</li>
Borderlands 3
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Tetris 99
The Division 2

Fresh Indie Game

ZA / UM – Disc Elysium
Nomada Studio – Gris
Deadtoast Entertainment – My Friend Pedro
Mobuis Digital – Outer Wilds
Nega Crit – Slay the Spire
House House – Untilted Goose Game

Games for Impact

Concrete Genie
Gris
Kind Words
Life is Strange 2
Sea of Solitude

Content Creator of the Year

Courage (Jack Dunlop)
Dr. Lupo (Benjamin Lupo)
Ewok (Soleil Wheeler)
Grefg (David Martinez)
Shroud (Michael Grzsiek)

eSports Coach

Eric “Adren” Hoag – Team Liquid – CS:GO
Bu-Ri “Cain” Jang – team Liquid – LoL
Fabien “Grabbz” Lohmann – G2 eSports – LoL
Kin “KKOMA” Jeong-Gyun – SK Telecom T1, LoL
Titouan “Sockshka” Merloz – OG – Dota 2
Danny “Zonic: Sorsensen – Astarlis – CS:GO

eSports Event

2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals
EVO 2019
Fortnite World Cup
IEM Katowice 2019
League of Legends World Championship 2019
The International 2019

eSports Game of the Year

CS:GO
Dota 2
Fortnite
League of Legends
Overwatch

eSports Host

Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere
Alex “Machine” Richardson
Paul “Redeye” Chaloner
Alex “Goldeboy” Medez
Duan “Candice” Yu-Shuang

eSports Player

Kyle “Bugha” Giersdork – Immortals  – Fortnite
Lees” Faker” Sang-Hyeok – SK Telecom  – LoL
Luka “Perkz” Perkovic  – G2 ESPORTS – LoL
Oleksandr “S1mple” Kostyliev  – Natus Vincere  – CSGO
Jay “Sinatraa” Won – San Fransico Shock – Overwatch

eSports Team

Astralis – CS:GO
G2 EsportS – LoL
OG – DOTA2
San Francisco Shock – Overwatch League
Team Liquid – CS:GO

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