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Esports and gaming award ceremonies are important for the industry and here’s why
It’s more than just a pat on the back, it’s about recognition, diversity and a reflection for the past-faced industry.
Valorant wins Esports Game of the Year at Esports Awards 2022
Valorant is the esports game of the year! At the Esports Awards 2022 event, Valorant won over games such as League of Legends and Dota 2.
LOUD wins Esports Team of the Year at Esports Awards 2022
LOUD continues to make gaming history by becoming the esports team of the year at the 2022 Esports Awards. This is their journey to the top.
Pansy Wins Play-by-Play Caster of the Year at the 2022 Esports Awards
The iconic Valorant, PUBG, and Counter-Strike caster, Lauren “Pansy” Scott, wins her first play-by-play caster of the year at the 2022 Esports Awards.
Ibai wins Streamer of the Year for the third consecutive year
Ibai has bagged the “Streamer of the Year” title for the third year in a row!
OpTiC take home Esports Organization of the Year
The Esport Organization of the year is one of the most prestigious achviements at the Esports Awards. So join us as we celebrate OpTic Gaming!
S1mple wins the Esports PC player of the year, mONESy is the rookie of the year
This is the third time that S1mple has won the Esports Player of the year award. He also won the award in 2018 and 2021.
FormaL and Seikoo win Esports Controller Player and Controller Rookie of the year
The Controller Rookie and Controller Player of the year was a stacked category at the Esport Awards. But FormaL and Seikoo came out on top!
Hungrybox wins 2022 Content Creator of the Year at the Esports Awards: “When you don’t have a big brother pushing you, sometimes you have to do it yourself.”
Juan “Hungrybox” Debidma wins Content Creator at the 2022 Esports Awards. The Melee legend and Team Liquid owner takes home the coveted streamer award.
FaZe Clan’s Twistzz wins Esports Play of the Year at 2022 Esports Awards
A crowded list of nominees for Play of the Year at the 2022 Esports Awards came down to three contenders, with FaZe, CS:GO, and Twistzz taking gold.