This year the first annual Canadian Video Game Awards will take place and in what better city to hold this event than the mecca of Canadian videogaming, Vancouver. The awards ceremony will take place May 5, 2010 at the Vancouver Convention Centre and is open to the general public (general admission is $35, you can purchase tickets here). What’s even better is we got a pair of tickets to giveaway!
Even better, you, the public has the chance to vote for your favourite video game, in the Game of the Year category.
Furthermore, this being a huge broadcasting effort they are still looking for sponsors. So Vancouver companies step up to the plate and contact [email protected]
We are giving away a pair of tickets to the Canadian Video Game Awards, May 5th at the Vancouver Convention Centre at 7pm. There are two way to enter. You can enter by telling us your favourite video game of all time in the comments section or enter via twitter by simply retweeting this link. Do both and you get two entries!
For you twitter folk, I’ve made it even easier, simply copy and past this link into twitter:
Contest ends Monday at 9pm. Good luck!
Co-locating with GDC-Canada this year is the 1st Annual Canadian Videogame Awards. This event will honour and celebrate the best and brightest in Canadian videogames. It will be a great, fun, fast paced night featuring Canadian hosts and presenters. Canadians are masters of their craft when it comes to making games, visual effects and computer animation. They work tirelessly to build terrific entertainment, which then becomes a world class export that the entire planet consumes and is thrilled by. It is time to let everyone know where this fine work comes from!
Featuring: The internationally renowned musical talent of VideoGames Live!
Video Games Live is the power and emotion of a symphony orchestra mixed with the excitement and energy of a rock concert and the technology, fun and interactivity of a video game all completely synchronized to amazing cutting edge video screen visuals, state-of-the artlighting, special FX and special on-stage interactive segments with the audience.