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Created 2015-10-20
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Title The Game Awardshave replaced the VGAs as the nation’s premiere award show
Description The $10,000 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em event. His jackpot: $8.9 million. Who needs school? Maybe Duhamel can double-down and buy a horse with his winnings. Big-time horse races come with some serious prize money. The richest of them all is the Dubai World Cup Night, the brainchild of vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (who is worth a cool $12 billion). Yoshimi Ichikawa, the owner of 2011 winner Victoire Pisa, collected $6 million. In other horse races, the winner of the Japan Cup, thanks to the strength of the yen, beats out the biggest prize in American racing, the Breeder’s Cup Classic, $3.13 million to $2.7 million. What about the two most popular American team sports, football and baseball? It pays well to win those championships too. The World Series-winning San Francisco Giants took home $7.9 million. The Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers made a cool $8.5 million. Full List: The FIFA Coin 15 Sporting Events With The Biggest Prize Money Follow me on my blog and on Twitter.Watch 'The Game Awards' Las Vegas Live-Stream Here. The Game Awardshave replaced the VGAs as the nation’s premiere award show for the best video gamesof the year. Hosted and bankrolled by long-time video game personality,Geoff Keighley, the awards air at 9PM EST 6PM PST in Las Vegas. Nominees for this year’s GAME OF THE YEARare: Bayonetta 2 (Platinum Games Nintendo) Dark Souls 2 (From Software Bandai Namco Games) Dragon Age: Inquisition (BioWare Electronic Arts) Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Blizzard Entertainment) Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (Monolith Productions Warner Bros. Interactive Check out my analysis of the nominees here. Watch live video from thegameawards on The rest of the categories and nominees are as follows: DEVELOPER OF THE YEAR Blizzard Entertainment Monolith Productions Nintendo Telltale Games Ubisoft Montreal BEST INDEPENDENT GAME Broken Age.
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