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SXSW Gaming Awards 2016 winners

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The Witcher 3 has yet another game of the year honor under its belt thanks to the 2016 SXSW Gaming Awards.

The CD Projekt Red open world title took home the top prize on March 19 at the annual SXSW Gaming Awards, along with wins for Excellence in Technical Achievement and Excellence in Narrative. The game most recently won Game of the Year at the Game Developers Choice Awards in San Francisco on March 16.

Bloodborne, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Undertale each took home two awards, while other winners included Her Story and Star Wars Battlefront. The Gamer’s Voice awards, chosen by those attending SXSW Gaming events, went to Superhot for single player game and Gang Beasts for multiplayer.

Non-game categories included Most Entertaining Online Personality, which went to Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller (who also won Trending Gamer at The Game Awards), and Most Valuable eSports Team, which was awarded to Evil Geniuses.

Finalists were chosen by the SXSW Gaming Advisory Board and voted on by the public and the board.

Check out the full list of winners from the awards show below.

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