Steam to Broadcast Steam Award 2018 Winners Live on Steam.TV

Steam to Broadcast Steam Award 2018 Winners Live on Steam.TV

The first ever live broadcast of the award winners.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Feb 05, 2019 @ 08:28 AM (Staff Bios)
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It looks like Steam is actually following through with their streaming service, and they plan on showing it off this month by broadcasting the first ever live Steam Awards show.

According to a tweet by the Steam Twitter account, the Steam Awards 2018 results are in. They also announce that they will be broadcasting the results on Steam.TV/SteamAwards on February 8 at 10 AM PT.

"Also - the Steam Awards 2018 results are in. Thank you for voting!

Tune into http://Steam.TV/SteamAwards on February 8th @ 10am PT to watch the first-ever broadcast of the Steam Awards results, including special messages from the winners."


Be sure to tune in to see the winners. Unless you're like most of America and have a day job that would prevent you from watching a live gaming broadcast so early in the day. In that case, be sure to check back here. We will have a complete breakdown of all of the winners and their special messages.

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