The Game Awards 2021 were seen by 85 million people worldwide, eight times as many as the Oscars.

The Game Awards 2021 had 85 million views worldwide across several platforms, which is eight times more than the Oscars.

The Game Awards 2021 were seen by 85 million people worldwide, eight times as many as the Oscars.

Two weeks ago, the Game Awards 2021 set a new audience record when 85 million people tuned in to watch the awards event for the greatest games of the year, in which It Takes Two by Josef Fares was named GOTY 2021.


The data was provided on Twitter by The Game Awards' official account, and Geoff Keighley personally confirmed it to The Hollywood Reporter, where he also disclosed other facts: the gala was followed on more than 30 platforms, including 3.35 million unique viewers on Twitch.


The audience on YouTube grew, with 1.75 million hours watched, a 14 percent increase over 2020. Furthermore, user voting during the days leading up to delivery climbed by 27% compared to the previous year, with 23.2 million votes cast online.


"We are pleased to have returned to a face-to-face ceremony in 2021, and we will continue to improve in 202 1 with considerable worldwide growth," Keighley said.


With 85 million views across all media, it is somewhat more popular than last year's gala, which had 83 million views.


The gala nearly doubled its audience in 2020, from 45 million in 2019, and it hasn't stopped expanding since: 26 million in 2018, 11.5 million in 2017. It was seen by 1.9 million people in its inaugural edition in 2014.


In comparison, the latest Oscars ceremony, which took place in April 2021, was watched by 10.4 million people on NBC, though it should be emphasized that The Game Awards are aired worldwide freely over the Internet, on hundreds of platforms tailored to each location.


Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne-Moss from The Matrix, Hideo Kojima from Sonic, Jim Carrey and Ben Schwartz from Sonic, director Guillermo del Toro, and actors Simu Liu and Giancarlo Esposito from Simu Liu and Giancarlo Esposito from Simu Liu and Giancarlo Esposito from Simu Liu and Giancarlo Esposito from Simu Li (nominated for their role Far Cry 6).


In addition, commercials for Alan Wake 2, Among Us VR, Wonder Woman, and Star Wars Eclipse were shown at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. All of the "World Premieres" are listed in our gala overview.

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