Ready for this year’s Esports Awards?

The Esports Awards have revealed the official 2024 finalists lineup, which showcases some of the biggest names in gaming and esports. The event will take place following the Esports World Cup in Riyadh this summer, making it one of the biggest award shows of the year.

Fans are now able to vote for their favorite esports team and/or player, and many can attend the massive event during its runtime.

How to vote for Esports Awards finalists

Luckily, voting has been made quite easy for those looking to give their input for the Esports Awards. Want to vote? You can do so by clicking here.

After you have completed the entire form on the website, you will officially have included your say on who you think should win in all of the fifteen categories being presented.

The Esports Awards will be taking place on August 24, 2024.

Those wishing to attend the event can do so by registering here.

Finalist categories and their nominees

Many popular teams and esports players were chosen as nominees this year, but only one can win in each category. The competition is going to be intense and will be a great way to follow up after the Esports World Cup, happening this summer.

Here is every category listed in the Esports Awards this summer and their respected nominees.


Streamer of the Year

  • Nicholas “Jynxzi” Stewart
  • Kai Cenat
  • Ibai “Ibai” Llanos
  • Cody “Clix” Conrod
  • Darren “iShowSpeed” Watkins Jr.
  • Case “CaseOh” Baker
  • Félix “xQc” Lengyel
  • Marc “Caedrel” Lamont
  • Victor “Coringa” Augusto
  • Alexandre “gAuLeS” Chiqueta
  • Samantha “Rivers” Treviño

Esports Personality of the Year

  • Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang
  • Tarik “tarik” Çelik
  • Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag
  • Seth “scump” Abner
  • Ibai “Ibai” Llanos
  • James Banks
  • Marc “Caedrel” Lamont
  • Naman "Mortal" Sandeep Mathur
  • Bruno "Nobru" Goes

Esports Content Group of the Year

  • G2 Esports
  • Offline TV
  • Karmine Corp
  • Sentinels
  • Fnatic
  • T1
  • S8UL Esports

Esports Game of the Year

  • Counter-Strike 2
  • League of Legends
  • Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
  • Dota 2
  • Apex Legends
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Rocket League
  • PUBG Mobile

Mobile Esports Game of the Year

  • Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
  • Brawl Stars
  • Honor of Kings
  • PUBG Mobile
  • Call of Duty: Mobile
  • Clash Royale
  • Free Fire
  • Pokémon UNITE


Esports Content & Coverage Platform of the Year

  • Liquipedia
  • Esports Charts
  • Dexerto
  • HLTV
  • Dot Esports
  • Sports Business Journal
  • Esports Insider

Esports Publisher of the Year

  • Riot Games
  • Valve
  • Epic Games
  • Microsoft Gaming
  • Ubisoft
  • Capcom
  • EA
  • Moonton

Esports Commercial Partner of the Year

  • Red Bull
  • Intel
  • Logitech G
  • Mastercard
  • Razer
  • Lenovo
  • AT&T
  • Adidas


Creative Team of the Year

  • ESL FACEIT Group
  • Riot Games
  • 100 Thieves
  • Flyquest
  • LOUD
  • NRG/Full Squad Gaming
  • Sentinels
  • Team Liquid
  • Team Vitality
  • G2 Esports

Esports Content of the Year

  • GODS ft. NewJeans (뉴진스) (Official Music Video) | Worlds 2023 Anthem - League of Legends
  • Think Like A Pro VALORANT Duelist | Know Your Role
  • G2 Esports x Mastercard: Mastercard Gamer Academy Educational Content Series
  • Manners maketh man | T1 x Ralph Lauren
  • The 3 prodigies of Rocket League | Worlds 2023 documentary


Esports Breakthrough Player of the Year

  • Danil “donk” Kryshkovets – Team Spirit
  • Cauan "cauanzin" Pereira – LOUD
  • Stanislav "Malr1ne" Potorak – Team Falcons
  • Han "SangJoon" Sang-jun – REJECT WINNITY
  • Pedro "swiftt" Gomes – Ninjas in Pajamas
  • Daniel "Daniel" Piecenski – G2 Stride
  • Wang "UMA" Yuan-hao – Street Fighter player
  • Rayan "Sniper" Shoura – 100 Thieves


Esports Analyst of the Year

  • Emily Rand
  • Mimi “aEvilcat” Wermcrantz
  • Jacob "Pimp" Winneche
  • Tyler "Tbates" Bates
  • Mathieu "Maniac" Quiquerez
  • Kevin "Purge" Godec
  • The7WorldsGaming
  • Léo "Alphama" Robine

Not able to attend the Esports Awards? Don't worry. The event will be streamed live here.

The award ceremony doesn't end this summer

What is even crazier, is this summer's Esports Awards ceremony is not the end, but instead the first of a two-part series. Later this year, the Esports Awards will be giving out additional rewards, focusing more on the Pro category.

“Year on year, I am amazed at the vast and incredible talent present in the esports industry," said Michael Ashford, CEO of the Esports Awards. "it’s an absolute honor to gather everyone across all aspects of the industry to acknowledge and celebrate excellence in esports and foster growth for the industry."

It would seem as if esports is thriving more than ever, with such a big summer event planned for the industry.

Stay tuned to for more esports-related news.