The stage vandal at The Game Awards 2022 was arrested

An unidentified person dropped The Game Awards stage the following Thursday night Elen’s ring won the game of the year award of the night. He was arrested after being led off the stage by security, according to host Geoff Keighley.

That person appeared to follow Elen’s ring Game director Hidetaka Miyazaki and his translator walked up the aisle of the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles after host Josef Fares announced the win. After entering the stage, he appeared to congratulate the developers before standing behind Miyazaki, mostly unnoticed, as the creative director accepted the award. After Elen’s ring the developers were ushered off the stage, an unidentified person approached the microphone: “I think I would like to nominate this award to my reformed orthodox rabbi Bill Clinton,” he speak.

He was quickly removed from the stage when FromSoftware developers and host Fares realized he wasn’t really on the same team. A group of security personnel appeared to interrupt and remove him from the stage. Keighley appeared shortly after to end the show, looking confused by the turn of events. Minutes later, he tweeted that “the person who interrupted our Game of the Year moment has been arrested.”

Polygon has reached out to Geoff Keighley and the Los Angeles Police Department for more information. Meanwhile, rumors have started circulating about this person’s identity, but nothing has been confirmed at this time.

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