Video Games

The Game Awards 2015 Official Results

The 2015 edition of The Game Awards (which began life as the Video Game Awards on Spike TV, evolved into the VGX, and finally settled on the current name) were broadcast live on YouTube and from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, and were hosted by Geoff Keighley. The major awards were voted upon by a panel of game journalists from around the world, with several minor awards voted by fans online. Here are all the award winners for this year:

Game of the Year and Best RPG: The Witcher III: The Wild Hunt

Developer of the Year: CD Projekt Red

Most Anticipated Game of 2016 (Fan Voted): No Man’s Sky

Best Independent Game and Best Sports/Racing Game: Rocket League

Best Action/Adventure Game and Best Score/Soundtrack: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Best Family Game: Super Mario Maker

Best Fighting Game: Mortal Kombat X

Best Multiplayer and Best Shooter: Splatoon

Best Mobile/Handheld Game: Lara Croft GO

Best Narrative: Her Story

Best Performance: Viva Seifert as Hannah Smith, Her Story

Games For Impact Award: Life Is Strange

Industry Icon Achievement Award: Westwood Studios

Best Art Direction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Trending Gamer (Fan Voted): Greg Miller (

Best eSports Team (Fan Voted): OpTic Gaming (Call of Duty)

Best eSports Player (Fan Voted): Kenny “Kennys” Schrub (CS:GO)

eSports Game of the Year (Fan Voted): CounterStrike: Global Offensive

Best Fan Creation (Fan Voted): Portal Stories: Mel Source:
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