It seems that League of Legends will be one of the protagonists of The Game Awards 2021 because a few days ago it was announced that the singer and musician Sting would be one of the stars invited to the event to take the stage and today it was confirmed that a band closely related to the MOBA will also be there.
Imagine Dragons To Take The Stage At The Game Awards 2021
The official account of The Game Awards on Twitter continues to confirm the celebrities who will be at the event to be held on December 9. On this occasion the announcement was also top of the line and that is that the Pop Rock group, Imagine Dragons, will perform at the event to ignite the emotion of the attendees and the audience. In case you don’t know, Imagine Dragons has an important relationship with League of Legends well its theme Warriors is the official song of the Worlds tournament, the largest in esports history.
Don’t miss @Imaginedragons and some very special surprise guests performing LIVE together at #TheGameAwards next Thursday night, December 9! Streaming live and free everywhere. pic.twitter.com/MUUuRWLiUu
— The Game Awards (@thegameawards) December 2, 2021
The presentation of Imagine Dragons and Sting is a breakthrough for The Game Awards in its quest to be a momentous event. The goal for this year’s edition is for most of its content to focus on video games, but it will continue to rely on other media as well. Proof of this will be the participation of Simu Liu, protagonist of the Marvel film Shang-Chi.
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