The Game Awards 2021 is just around the corner and everything points to this year’s edition being shown as a video game event that no longer appeals so much to other forms of entertainment, or at least there are no forced relationships with another type of content. The awards ceremony for the best of video games coincides with a milestone in the expansion of gaming to other sectors, we are talking about the successful series of League of Legends and Netflix, Arcane, which of course will have a presence at the event and will do so through a great of music.
Sting Will Delight Audiences At The Game Awards 2021
Geoff Keighley, producer of The Game Awards, is already warming up for the event and today revealed that a great star from the world of music will be at the awards ceremony, delighting the audience and the audience. It is about the British singer and musician Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, better known as Sting, who made history as a vocal of The Police and with a brilliant solo career. Sting will be at The Game Awards 2021 to sing the song What Could Have Been from the official soundtrack of Arcane.
He will perform “What Could Have Been” from @arcaneshow
Beautiful song, this will be a very special performance! pic.twitter.com/4HqVsga5pB
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) November 30, 2021
Arcane is a milestone for the Riot franchise and for video games
Arcane, animated series inspired by League of Legends, It has been a success on Netflix and it is a project that lasted years in production and with which every detail was taken care of. The Riot Games franchise has a legion of millions of fans worldwide and the premiere of Arcane It moved the community and even drew the attention of sectors that knew little or nothing about the MOBA.
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With this announcement, The Game Awards 2021 scores a point in favor and that is that having Sting on stage is not a cuqleuir thing.
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