While 2021 winners for the Fan Favorite category are still being voted on, last year's winners of the Game Development World Championships were announced over the weekend during a near eight-hour live stream.
"The GDWC 2020 was the biggest in the championship's history with over 1800 participating development teams from over 100 countries," according to a press release published on Monday. "The Pro category alone had over a thousand games submitted, making the judges' task of deciding the Top 3 games in each category a very challenging one."
The final winners of the 2020 Game Development World Championships are:
Winner: There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension by Draw Me A Pixel (France)
2nd Place: The Riftbreaker by EXOR Studios (Poland)
3rd Place: Helheim Hassle by Perfectly Paranormal (Norway)
Winner: Burn Me Twice by Null Reference Studio (Spain)
2nd Place: Fat Bear Week by Team Fat Bears (Finland)
3rd Place: From the Shadows by Gamagora (France)
Game Jam Category:
Winner: Time to Dance! by Savvy Community (France)
2nd Place: Cat Colony Crisis by Devil's Cider Games (Canada)
3rd Place: Big Fish by TOQGames (USA)
As with the 2021 Fan Favorite category, the winners for 2020's Fan Favorite winners were decided by gamers in an open vote:
Fan Favourite Category:
Winner: Receiver 2 by Wolfire Games (USA)
2nd Place: The Pancakes Official Game Show by Dema Studios (Italy)
3rd Place: Haven by The Game Bakers (France)
You can find out more about the Game Development World Championship on their website.