The annual game industry event "The Game Awards" held an awards ceremony today, and "Elden's Ring" won the best game of the year award, but when the producer Hidetaka Miyazaki was giving a speech, an unknown man (second from the right) suddenly entered. He said into the microphone that he would dedicate the award to former US President Bill Clinton.
(picture taken from The Game Awards Youtube)
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The game industry's annual event "The Game Awards" (TGA) held an awards ceremony today (9th). During the speech, a man broke in and even said that he would dedicate the award to former US President Bill Clinton.
"European Game Network" (eurogamer) reported today that this year's "The Game Awards" (TGA) awards ceremony ended in an unexpected way.
At the end of the ceremony, the Best Game of the Year Award was awarded to "Eirden's Ring". Producer Miyazaki Hidetaka and the development team went to the stage to accept the award and delivered a speech.
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However, on stage with Hidetaka Miyazaki's team was a strange man in a suit. Just as Hidetaka Miyazaki was finishing his speech, the man suddenly walked up to the microphone and said: "I want to thank everyone, and I want to dedicate this award to everyone. To Bill Clinton."
Hidetaka Miyazaki and the development team on the stage listened to the strange man's speech with a look of embarrassment. Finally, the host Geoff Keighley hurried out to ease the atmosphere and quickly ended the ceremony.
Keighley said in a brief statement on Twitter that the unknown man had been arrested.
The individual who interrupted our Game of the Year moment has been arrested.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 9, 2022