Although Reggie Fils-Aime stepped down from his position as NOA President in 2019, Reggie continued to make appearances at the annual Game Awards as a presenter.
Game Awards creator Geoff Keighley confirmed that the Nintendo ex-president will be returning again as a presenter for the Game Awards 2021, which is being held next week on December 9th. This will be Reggie’s third year appearing as a Game Awards presenter following his retirement from Nintendo.
It wouldn’t be #TheGameAwards without him!
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 2, 2021
About The Game Awards 2021
The Game Awards recognizes and upholds creative and technical excellence in the global video game industry.
We bring together a diverse group of game developers, game players, and notable names from popular culture to celebrate and advance gaming’s position as the most immersive, challenging and inspiring form of entertainment. We strive to recognize those who improve the wellbeing of the community and elevate voices that represent the future of the medium.
- When is The Game Awards?
- The Game Awards will air live on Thursday, December 9 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
- Is The Game Awards a virtual event in 2021?
- The Game Awards will be an in-person, invite-only event live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
- How can I watch the show?
- The Game Awards will be available to stream for free across all major streaming services. Stay tuned for a list of all the places to watch live!
- Can I co-stream the show?
- Yes, we welcome and encourage co-streaming.
- What can I expect from the show?
- The Game Awards will once again celebrate video games with awards, world premieres, musical performances and a few surprises!
- Can I attend The Game Awards in person?
- The Game Awards 2021 is an invite-only event. Public tickets will not be sold, but we hope to invite some fans. Stay tuned to @thegameawards on Twitter for updates.
- Are you telling the winners in advance?
- No, the winners are announced during the live show on December 9. No one is informed of the winners in advance.