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The Golden Joystick Awards 2018 Take Place On Friday 16th November

The date for the prestigious Golden Joystick Awards 2018 has been announced and this year’s show will take place on Friday 16th November. The event will be presented by comedian Danny Wallace. All we have to do now is wait for the nominees to be announced.

Known as the ‘People’s Gaming Awards’, last year saw millions of votes cast globally, with hundreds of games battling it out to be the very best. This year will see the return of the hotly contested ‘Still Playing Award’, ‘Ultimate Game of the Year’ and ‘Most Wanted Game’, and updated categories ‘Best Competitive Game’ and ‘Best Cooperative Game’. It’s all there for the taking, with the world’s gaming public deciding who goes home a winner.

Danny Wallace is back as host for the 2018 Golden Joystick Awards: “I’m delighted to be returning to the much-loved Golden Joysticks for a third year, because it means I won’t have to stay at home and pay for a party to celebrate the very best in gaming on my own, which is pointless and needlessly expensive. This has been a cracking year for gamers. Let’s find out who’s responsible and why…”

Dan Dawkins, Global Editor-In-Chief, GamesRadar+ commented. “We’re working hard to make sure this is the best Golden Joysticks yet, with new and revamped categories designed to ensure that players have a chance to celebrate the games they loved most in 2018.”

Key dates to remember:

  • The Golden Joystick Award categories and shortlist will be announced on Friday 21st September, with public voting commencing that night.
  • The public vote closes on Thursday 25th October.
  • The Awards take place on Friday 16th November at London’s Bloomsbury Big Top, the entire event will also be livestreamed.

Source: PR

3 thoughts on “The Golden Joystick Awards 2018 Take Place On Friday 16th November”

    1. My mistake, guys! Since they will be the only nominee in this category, it won’t be a landslide but a drop off of a cliff. Kind of like what one guy did while playing Pokemon GO on his stupid smartphone and not watching where the fuck he was walking. (Pretty sure there was an article about it years ago when Pokemon GO first released.)

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