The Game Awards, the game industry’s biggest annual celebration, has announced that 17-time Grammy award winner Sting will perform. Additional performers will be announced at a later date. You can read below for more information:
Sting to Perform “What Could Have Been” From The Original Soundtrack of Riot Games and Fortiche Productions’ Hit Animated Netflix Series Arcane: League of Legends
LOS ANGELES — Nov. 30, 2021 — The Game Awards announced the first musical performance for The Game Awards, the video game industry’s biggest annual year-end celebration: 17-time Grammy Award winning musician Sting. Sting will be taking the stage at The Game Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Thursday, December 9, with a live performance of “What Could Have Been” from the original soundtrack of Riot Games and Fortiche Productions’ League of Legends-based Netflix animated series Arcane.
Produced by Geoff Keighley, The Game Awards is one of the widest distributed digital events on the planet, with a record setting 83 million livestreams in 2020. The Game Awards brings together game industry creators, esports champions, digital influencers and Hollywood names for a night of awards, exclusive game world premieres, announcements and musical performances, including the return of The Game Awards Orchestra, conducted by acclaimed composer Lorne Balfe.
More exciting musical performances will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information and to stay up to date on the latest The Game Awards announcements, please visit: www.thegameawards.com
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