Stargate SG-1‘s favorite Jaffa warrior has been honored again tonight for his role as Kratos in the God of War video game series.
Christopher Judge took home the award for Best Performance at the 2022 Game Awards, with a ceremony in Los Angeles. His latest work, God of War: Ragnarok, released last month to universal praise and a 94 rating on Metacritic.
It is Judge’s second game as Kratos, with 2018’s God of War also receiving numerous accolades. Stargate fans of course know and love him as Teal’c on Stargate SG-1, a role he played for more than 10 years.
While Elden Ring took home Game of the Year honors at tonight’s ceremony, Ragnarok won the night with six awards also including Best Action/Adventure Game, Best Narrative, Score/Music (Bear McCreary), Audio Design, and Innovation in Accessibility.
Judge received his award from actor Al Pacino, who was a surprise presenter at the ceremony.
Watch the entire segment below, and look for God of War: Ragnarok on PlayStation 5. Congratulations, Chris!
Thank all of you for your congratulations! I was cut off before I could finish! I wanted to end by thanking my ride or die my beautiful wife @GiaJudge who held it down when everything else was at its most difficult! I love you ❤️❤️❤️❤️
— Christopher Judge (@iamchrisjudge) December 9, 2022
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