Samuel L. Jackson has signed to return as host of Spike TV‘s Video Game Awards, which will air live December 7 and be produced again by Mark Burnett. The event, dubbed VGA Ten this year to celebrate its 10th anniversary, hands out honors and features world premieres of upcoming titles. Burnett, Casey Patterson and Carol Donovan will executive produce. Jackson, who pulled the same duty for Spike’s VGAs from 2005-2007, also is hosting the BET Awards on July 1.
Samuel L. Jackson To Host Spike's Video Game Awards
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