Great games over quickly (), an annual celebration that lasts a week , is almost ahead of us. Between January 9th and 16th, you will be able to watch one professional player race for another through his favorite titles to show off his skills and hopefully break some world records.
For the second year in a row, AGDQ will be held as a virtual event due to COVID-19 security concerns. Unfortunately, the runners will not have a noisy audience to cheer them on. However, you can follow the whole event live on Twitch, via channel (or embed below), starting at noon ET on Sunday. If you can’t watch the action happen, you’ll be able to make up for it later on YouTube.
The it is full of several series that sound fascinating. On Wednesday, two GeoGuessr players will shoot for the perfect result by finding the exact locations of random Google Street View images. Next Saturday, a runner named Mitchriz will try to win typically a tough game of FromSoftware, as fast as possible – and their eyes will be blindfolded. Recent games that first appear on AGDQ include , The Gates of Death, Ken: The Ghost Bridge, , i .
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