This has been a long time coming, but we finally know the names of the winners of the Belgian Game Awards 2019. Months of anticipation finally came to an end during an award ceremony in Kortrijk Xpo that certainly lived up to its grand promise.
For those who weren’t able to witness the event first hand, here’s a quick recap of all the beautiful people that graced the stage tonight.
Most Promising went to Flotsam by Pajama Llama Games. They received the award out of Lieselotte Deforce and Leen Van Goitsenhoven of proud BGA sponsor AMPLO.
Youri Loedts and Naomi Nelan from VAF/Gamefonds awarded Best Student to Point of View, a VR graduation project by Jeff Jacobs of LUCA School of Arts.
According to Pascal Cools and Natascha Rommens of Flanders DC LuGus Studios knows best how to crunch the numbers, thus receiving the Best Business award.
Best Non Entertainment was handed out by Bruno Urbain (WALGA) and Marine Haverland (ScreenBrussels) to Pixel Picasso by Happy Volcano.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, Space Pirate Trainer by i-Illusions was given Best AR/VR/MR by Cronos Interactive’s Dave Van de Maele.
Jill Van Parys and Anissa All of our FLEGA board awarded Best Mobile to Trivia Switch by Triangle Factory.
Last but not least, Mayor of Kortrijk Vincent Van Quickenborne and speelhetslim.be ambassador Véronique De Kock handed out the award for Best PC/Console to none other than Larian Studios for their phenomenal work on Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition.
Congratulations to all winners and also a big thank you to the other nominees for not making it easy on the judges. We’d also like to express our special thanks to our hosts William Boeva and Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere for guiding us through the evening and to all partners who made this ultimate celebration of Belgian games possible.
And if you would now like to excuse us, we’ve got a party to attend. See you next edition!