The Game Awards: Over 103 million viewers this year

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More than 103 million viewers watched The Game Awards this year.

This year’s The Game Awards was once again a huge success in terms of viewership.

According to official figures, the event on December 8 was watched by 103 million viewers. Compared to the previous year, that’s 18 million more viewers who followed the presentation of the trophies and the latest announcements from the world of video games.

Significantly more viewers have joined each year since the first Game Awards, such as Geoff Keighley, host and creator of the show, in one listing shows:

  • 2022: 103 million
    2021: 85 million
    2020: 83 million
    2019: 45.2 million
    2018: 26.2 million
    2017: 11.5 million
    2016: 3.8 million
    2015: 2.3 million
    2014: 1.9 million

You can see the recording and the list of winners here.

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