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20th BAFTA Games Awards Winners

11 April 2024
Event: Virgin TV British Academy Television AwardsDate: Sunday 13 May 2018Venue: Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, LondonHost: Sue Perkins-Area: Branding & Set-UpBAFTA/Thomas Alexander
  • Baldur’s Gate 3 wins four BAFTAs – Best Game, Music, Narrative, and Performer in a Supporting Role for Andrew Wincott
  • Baldur’s Gate 3 also wins EE Players’ Choice Award, as voted by the public
  • Alan Wake 2, Super Mario Bros. Wonder and Viewfinder win two BAFTAs each
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man 2's Nadji Jeter wins Performer in a Leading Role
  • SpecialEffect receives BAFTA Special Award
  • View the full list of winners here

London, Thursday 11 April 2024, 21.00 BST: The winners of the 20th BAFTA Games Awards were announced tonight in a ceremony hosted by Phil Wang at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.

The BAFTA Games Awards celebrate the very best games of the past year and the people who made them, and showcase a wide range of storytelling and creative excellence.

Baldur’s Gate 3 won four BAFTAs – Best Game, Music, Narrative and Performer in a Supporting Role for Andrew Wincott – and the EE Players’ Choice Award, the only award voted for by the public.

Alan Wake 2 won two BAFTAs: Artistic Achievement and Audio Achievement.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder won two BAFTAs: Family and Multiplayer.

Viewfinder won two BAFTAs: British Game and New Intellectual Property.

Nadji Jeter won Performer in a Leading Role as Miles Morales in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Venba won Debut Game.

Cyberpunk 2077 won Evolving Game; The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom won Technical Achievement; and Tchia won Game Beyond Entertainment, the category for games with a social purpose.

HI-FI Rush won Animation; Dave the Diver won Game Design.

The BAFTA Special Award, one of BAFTA’s highest honours, was presented to SpecialEffect in recognition of the outstanding work it does to enhance the quality of life of severely physically disabled people through access to games. The charity’s founder and CEO, Dr Mick Donegan MBE, was presented with the Award by Sir Ian Livingstone OBE.

The Awards were attended by nominees including Samantha Béart, Chandana Ekanayake, Ralph Ineson, Meghna Jayanth, Nadji Jeter, Sam Lake, Yuri Lowenthal, Sean Murray, Neil Newbon, Amelia Tyler, Swen Vincke, Tracy Wiles and Andrew Wincott and presenters including Shelley Blond, Asa Butterfield, Craig Duncan, CyborgAngel, Ebonix, Ellie Gibson, David Harewood, Tamoor Hussain, Sir Ian Livingstone, Eleanor Matsuura, Daniel Pemberton, John Romero, Danny Sapani, Ben Starr, SweetAnita, Inel Tomlinson and Yammy.

The BAFTA Games Awards are supported by BAFTA’s official partners including 2024’s Official Games Partners, Epic Games, PlayStation and Xbox, with EE sponsoring the Players’ Choice Award, the only award voted for by the public. 

The BAFTA Games Awards is part of the London Games Festival, which runs from 9 April to 25 April across the UK capital. Find out more at

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BAFTA Games Awards are voted by BAFTA’s 1,200 games members, experienced professionals working in the industry who selected the 60-game Longlist in December 2023 and the nominations and winners in two categories, Best Game and British Game. The nominations and winners in the remaining categories were voted for by specialist industry juries.

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