The two $100,000 grand prize champions for the 2010 Indie Game Challenge were unveiled at the D.I.C.E. Summit in Vegas today, during an awards presentation ceremony that was hosted by G4's Adam Sessler. Bagging the professional category award is Lazy 8 Studios with their clever steampunk-ish puzzler Cogs. The non-professional category was won by Team 3's Gear, a puzzle platformer created by a group of students from the Digipen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Washington.

Nimbly Games also netted the Technical Achievement and Gamer's Choice Awards with their multiplayer aircraft combat game Altitude, while Rob Jagnow and the Lazy 8 Studios team takes home both Achievement in Gameplay and in Art Direction awards.

There is a chance that a video of the awards presentation ceremony will go up on soon, and we'll be posting a link to it here the moment it becomes available to watch. The second annual Indie Game Challenge was announced during the event as well, with the entry period set to start this coming summer.

Indie Game Challenge Winners Announced (Indie Game Challenge)