Imagine Dragons Playing Game Awards, LOTR Studio Designed Physical Award

"Radioactive" group to perform tomorrow evening at The Game Awards; Weta Workshop revealed as designer of official award.

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American rock band Imagine Dragons, a group that definitely loves video games, will perform tomorrow night during the first-ever Game Awards 2014 in Las Vegas. The show's producer, Geoff Keighley, announced the news today on Twitter, saying he is "beyond excited" to have the "Radioactive" group.

Imagine Dragons is no stranger to video games, as they wrote songs for League of Legends and Infinity Blade III.

In other news about The Game Awards 2014, Keighley has revealed that New Zealand-based WETA Workshop, the acclaimed props team behind The Lord of the Rings, designed the physical award for this year's show. WETA founder Richard Taylor will introduce the actual award design later today, Keighley said.

We'll update this post with an image once it becomes available.

The Game Awards 2014 kick off tomorrow, December 5, starting at 6 PM Pacific / 9 PM Eastern. At least a dozen "world premieres" are promised for the show, though there won't be any Xbox-specific announcements or Fallout 4.

GameSpot will be on the ground in Las Vegas for The Game Awards, bringing you red carpet interviews and all the news, winners, and trailers from the show as soon as they're revealed. You can watch the entire event right here on GameSpot.

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