Numbers have spoken! Gamers have chosen their favorite games voting through various platforms like Games Awards’ official website, Amazon and Discord. Hosted by Canadian games journalist Geoff Keighley, the event took place at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on December 6, 2018. The Game Awards honors the best video games connecting the gaming industry, from developers to eSports champions & digital influencers, for a night of celebration. With the announcement of new gaming content with more than 16 game reveals, including Stranger Things 3: The Game and Hades, the event was more than exciting. Here’s a complete list of The Game Awards 2018 Winners

Game of the Year

God of War

Best Action Game

Dead Cells

Best Action/Adventure Game

God of War

Best Role-Playing Game

Monster Hunter: World

Best Game Direction

God of War

Best Narrative

Red Dead Redemption 2

Best Ongoing Game

Fortnite

Best Art Direction

Return of the Obra Dinn

Best Score/Music

Red Dead Redemption 2

Best Audio Design

Red Dead Redemption 2

Best Independent Game

Celeste

Best Performance

Roger Clark as Arthur Morgan

Games for Impact

Celeste

Best Mobile Game

Florence

Best VR/AR Game

ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission

Best Fighting Game

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Best Family Game

Overcooked 2

Best Sports/Racing Game

Forza Horizon 4

Best Multiplayer Game

Fortnite

Best Student Game

Combat 2018

Best Debut Indie Game

The Messenger – Sabotage Studio

Best eSports Game

Overwatch

Best eSports Player

Dominique “SonicFox” McLean (Echo Fox)

Best eSports Team

Cloud9 (League of Legends)

Best eSports Coach

Bok “Reapered” Han-gyu (Cloud9)

Best eSports Event

2018 League of Legends World Championship

Best eSports Host

Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere

Best eSports Moment

Cloud9 comeback win in triple OT vs Faze (ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018)

Content Creator of the Year

Ninja

Industry Icon Award

Greg Thomas (Visual Concepts)