Nintendo legend Reggie Fils-Amie is going to present something at TheGame Awards 2020. Both the man himself and Game Awards producer/host Geoff Keighley announced this today on Twitter. As to what Reggie will do… that remains a mystery.
Keighley tweeted a picture of Fils-Amie with a reminder that the awards show will be streaming this Thursday night. Fils-Amie followed up by asking fans what category they’d like to see him present. Of course, the program schedule is likely already set, so whatever he’s presenting and the winner are probably decided. The best bets are Best Family or Best Multiplayer, categories where Nintendo typically makes a strong showing.
Then again, Fils-Amie isn’t a Nintendo man anymore. He retired from his role at the company, and now teaches business at Cornell, hosts a charity podcast, and consults on the GameStop board of directors. His connection to the gaming industry is still strong, however, as he presented at the 2019 Game Awards and regularly interacts with Nintendo fans on Twitter.
The Game Awards 2020 is set to stream on December 10 at 4pm PST. Other confirmed presenters are Brie Larson, Gal Godot, Tom Holland, Troy Baker, and… the Swedish Chef? I guess the whole Beaker bit last year really left an impression.
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