The time has finally arrived for The Game Awards 2019 show to take place with the highly anticipated event set to take place on December 12th. There is plenty of excitement surrounding the show with a plethora of winners ready to receive recognition for their hard work, and a treasure trove of never before seen announcements prepared to take place. You will be hard-pressed to find a corner of the gaming industry that will not be represented by one of the winners of The Game Awards 2019. Fortunately, we will have all of the winners from The Game Awards 2019 covered for you in real-time, so you do not miss a single second the fun. Are you ready? Let's go check out who the confirmed winners of The Game Awards 2019 show are right now. 

The Game Awards 2019 Winners

The Game Awards 2019 Winners

There are a total of 29 categories that will see the limelight during the popular show. We will continue to update this hub with all of the newly announced winners during The Game Awards 2019 show when they are first announced. 

You can find all of the winners for The Game Awards 2019 show below:

Game of the Year

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Best Action Title

Devil May Cry 5

Best Action/Adventure Title

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twitch

Best Art Direction

Control

Best Audio Design

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Best Community Support

Destiny 2

Content Creator of the Year

shroud

Esports Coach of the Year

Zonic

Esports Event of the Year

League of Legends World Championship 2019

Esports Title of the Year

League of Legends

Esports Host of the Year

Sjokz

Esports Player of the Year

Bugha

Esports Team of the Year

G2 Esports

Family Title of the Year

Luigi's Mansion 3

The Game Awards 2019 Winners

Fighting Title of the Year

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Fresh Indie Title

Disco Elysium

Best Title Direction

Death Stranding

Games for Impact

Gris

Independent Title of the Year

Disco Elysium

Mobile Title of the Year

Call of Duty Mobile

Multiplayer Title of the Year

Apex Legends

Best Narrative

Disco Elysium

Best Ongoing Title

Fortnite

Best Performance

Mads Mikkelsen for Death Stranding

Role-Playing Game of the Year

Disco Elysium

Best Score and Music

Death Stranding

Sports/Racing Title of the Year

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Strategy Title of the Year

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

VR/AR Title of the Year

Beat Saber

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