Gamers will be able to come to this year’s Golden Joysticks

Marie Dealessandri
Gamers will be able to come to this year’s Golden Joysticks

The 34th edition of the Golden Joystick Awards will be open to the public for the first time ever.

Starting today, balcony tickets are being sold to attend the ceremony, which is once again taking place at the Indig02 at London's O2 Arena on November 18th.

The tickets cost 10 and can be purchased here.

The Golden Joystick Awards are being organised by Future's GamesRadar+ and the winners are voted for by the public. Voting opens on September 1st.

Declan Gough, Future's head of content and marketing for games commented: The Golden Joystick Awards have become the biggest gaming awards ceremony in the world because they are about what the gaming community think. We have been working in the past couple of years to brings the community more into the awards with live feeds on Twitch, and we are delighted that this year we are able to actually invite them to experience the ceremony first hand.”

In 2015, over 9 million voters appointedThe Witcher III: Wild Hunt as the big winner of theGolden Joystick Awards, with five prizes. Other winners included Grand Theft Auto V, Bloodborne andOri and the Blind Forest.

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