The Game Awards joined Spotify to host the audio of the event. The partnership includes content and emission elements, including the announcement of the most distributed Spotify artists and songs on game platforms.
The creator, executive producer and animator Game Awards, Geoff Kafka, organizes a special podcast of 4 episodes Inside The Game Awards. The podcast begins today and highlight the latest news on the award ceremony. It will also contain information on the musical elements of the show, including the return of The Game Awards Orchestra.
You can consult the nominations at Game Awards here.
Geoff Kafka, creator, executive producer and animator of The Game Awards, said this about the partnership:
We are happy to welcome Spotify as an exclusive partner of audio streaming for Game Awards while we celebrate video games and incredible people who support them. We have always endeavored to gather the community, and work with Spotify will help us reach audiences around the world that use the platform as a means of listening to music and podcasts.
The Association of Game Awards with Spotify is logical. Spotify is a massive platform that reaches millions of people every day. This is my inescapable resource for listening to most music and podcasts.
Game Awards are also one of the most important gaming events of the year. It is therefore logical that Spotify is interested in being the exclusive location to broadcast audio. Spotify is already no stranger to players because many games publish their complete soundtracks on the streaming service, allowing fans to listen to their favorite pieces when they wish.
For those on Spotify Plus in music, Spotify will also announce the most listened artists and Spotify songs on game platforms for 2021.