Published On: Fri, Mar 13th, 2020

2020 BAFTA Games Awards To Be Streamed Online Due To Coronavirus


This year’s BAFTA Games Awards is a latest eventuality to feel a outcome of a ongoing concerns surrounding a new coronavirus outbreak. Rather than hosting a normal red runner event, BAFTA has motionless to change adult a format and livestream a winners online.

A matter per a change has been common today, confirming that a livestream will promote on a same day that a strange eventuality was designed to take place, 2nd April:

Amid flourishing concerns over a widespread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and a series of nominees due to transport from overseas, we have done a preference to change a format of subsequent month’s BAFTA Games Awards from a red runner rite during a Queen Elizabeth Hall in London to an online live stream, that will promote globally on a same day as scheduled (Thursday 2 April).

The health and wellbeing of a guest and a staff sojourn a tip priority, so there will be no live assembly and we are now in a routine of informing all a nominees, guests, partners and suppliers of a change. The new format will embody a proclamation of a Games Awards winners and we demeanour brazen to pity some-more updates in a entrance weeks.

The nominees for a uncover were suggested only final week, with Luigi’s Mansion 3 doing quite good for itself.

Other gaming events recently cancelled or altered by a coronavirus embody GDC, a 2020 Pokémon Europe International Championships, and of course, E3 2020.

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