The 2020 Xataka Awards gala is approaching. The next November 19thAt an event presented by David Broncanco that you can follow on the web and on our YouTube channel, the best products of the year will be decided and, as every year, it is time to vote.

The protagonists of this category are video games. 2020 is a special year for gamers as we have seen the launch of the next generation consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S | X), the new graphics cards from NVIDIA and the recently announced Radeon RX 6000 from AMD. All this has been accompanied by a huge number of launches of video game, so it is time to decide which has been the best. The list of candidates is as follows:

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If you are clear, now do not forget to vote for your favorite or the one you consider best in the following form.

Vote for the best video game

Note: If you are browsing from mobile and the form is not visible, you can vote from here.

For the voting system we use Google Forms, so in order to send your vote you need to be identified in your Gmail (or Google) account in the browser, either desktop or mobile, so that each reader can cast their vote . Thank you.

How voting works

The mechanics of the 2020 Xataka Awards is similar to that of previous editions and is divided into three phases:

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  1. Public voting: Over the next few days we will be publishing articles with our categories and the candidates selected by the Xataka team so that you, our Xatakers, can vote for your favorites.
  2. Jury vote: With the finalists that the public has chosen, the Xataka jury and other technology experts will vote for those that are, according to their vision, the best devices.
  3. Choice of winners– Votes from the jury will be combined with those from the public to select the winners, to be announced on November 19.

The selected candidates are video games that have gone on sale in 2020 or will do so with a confirmed date before the end of the year. We also include those that were left out last year if they were announced after the Awards. We believe that it is the best solution: unfortunately we cannot celebrate the gala on December 31 and our idea is that the Awards can serve as support in the purchase decision for this last part of the year.

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Thank you very much for participating!

Source : Engadget