PlayStation Awards 2019 set for December 3

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PlayStation Awards 2019

PlayStation Awards 2019 will take place on December 3 at 17:00 JST at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa in Tokyo, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia announced. You will be able to watch the ceremony live on YouTube.

The awards show, held annually since 1995, recognizes the PlayStation versions of hit titles sold across the Japan and Asia regions. Find the full list of 2018 winners here.

The following award categories are planned:

  • Platinum Prize: Software titles (DL) with an accumulated shipment quantity (including download quantity) of over one million copies.
  • Gold Prize: Software titles (DL) with an accumulated shipment quantity (including download quantity) of over 500,000 copies.
  • PlayStation Network Award: Top three network sales titles will be awarded (from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019).
  • PlayStation 25th Anniversary Users’ Choice Award: Top five titles which have won PlayStation Awards in the last 24 years will be voted by Japan and Asia users.
  • PlayStation VR Award: Three titles that contributed to the sales of PlayStation VR (from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019). *Excluding last year’s winning titles.
  • Indies & Developer Award: Three titles that contributed to the expansion of PlayStation (from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019). *Excluding last year’s winning titles.

Voting for the Users’ Choice Award is open now and will run until October 23 at 23:59 JST. You can submit your votes here: Japan / Hong Kong.

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