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The Winners of the 2020 Esports Awards Are Here!

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The annual esports awards took place over the weekend and all of the winners are already clear. Some of the biggest winners were Riot Games, G2, and Team Secret.

The Esports Awards 2020 gave us a glimpse at some of the most successful team, organizations, players, creators and talent. What are the Esports Awards?

The Esports Awards is dedicated to showcasing top class performance and innovation from, amongst others, the players, teams, media, hardware providers, games, events, and personalities within the scene. Giving credibility to this process was fundamental for all involved and the integrity of every step was closely monitored by our Esports Awards committee. We work closely with our headline, category and event partners to bring the very best annual event which puts those at the heart of the industry in the limelight. The Esports Awards look forward to 2020 and from all the team here we wish everyone the best of luck.

This year a total of 32 awards were handed out in specific categories over the course of two days. Here are all the winners:

Community Awards

  • Streamer of the Year Presented by Lexus – Ibai “Ibai” Llanos
  • Esports Play of the Year In Association With RESPAWN Products – Ismailcan “XANTARES” Dörtkardeş
  • Esports Personality of the Year Presented by Lexus – Carlos “ocelote” Rodríguez Santiagos
  • Esports Content Creator of the Year In Association With Esports Stadium Arlington – Xavier “UpUpDownDown” Woods
  • Esports Collegiate Award – Tyrelle Appleton
  • Esports Mobile Game of the year – FreeFire

Industry Awards

Lifetime Achievement Awards in Esports – Class of 2020

  • Johnathan “Fatality” Wendel
  • Daigo Umehara
  • Richard Lewis
  • Craig “Torbull” Levine
  • Michael Sepso
  • Lim “Boxer” Yo-Hwan
  • Esports Journalist of the Year – Emily Rand
  • Esports Hardware Provider of the Year – Elgato
  • Esports Game of the Year In Association With The Koyo Store – League of Legends
  • Esports Commercial Partner of the Year – Logitech
  • Esports Publisher of the Year In Association With Live CGI from Esports Supply – Riot Games
  • Esports Coverage Website of the Year In Association With Sizzle Creative – The Esports Observer
  • Esports Supporting Agency of the Year In Association With Grind Gaming – CSA
  • Panel’s Choice Award in association with Touch of Ginger – Michal Slowinski
  • Panel’s Choice Award in association with Touch of Ginger – Steve Dudenhoeffer

Creative Awards

  • Esports Cosplay of the Year – Glory Lamothe
  • Esports Photographer of the Year – Rich Loch
  • Esports Videographer of the Year – Logan Dodson
  • Esports Content Team of the Year – LEC
  • Esports Content Series of the Year – Eavesdrop Podcast
  • Esports Creative/Creative Team of the Year in association with eBeatz – Paper Crowns
  • Esports Creative Piece of the Year – Warriors Cinematic by Riot Games

On Air Awards

  • Esports Caster of the Year (Color) – Michael “Kixstar” Stockley
  • Esports Caster of the Year (Play by Play) – Clayton “Captain Flowers” Raines
  • Esports Host of the Year – Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere
  • Esports Analyst of the Year – Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill

Pro Awards

  • Esports Team of the Year – Team Secret
  • Esports Console Player of the Year In Partnership With SCUF – Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevas-Castro
  • Esports PC Player of the Year – Michał “Nisha” Jankowski
  • Esports Organization of the Year – G2 Esports
  • Esports Coach of the Year – Lee “Heen” Seung Gon (Team Secret)
  • Esports PC Rookie of the Year In Association With Matrix Keyboards – Ryu “Keria” Min-seok
  • Esports Console Rookie of the Year In Partnership With SCUF – Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevas-Castro
  • Esports Mobile Player of the Year – Made Bagas “Zuxxy” Pramudita

Riot Games grabbed three awards, one for Esports Publisher of the Year, one for Esports Creative Piece of the Year, and one for Esports Game of the Year with League of Legends. Team Secret dominated the pro awards with Esports Team of the Year, Esports Coach of the Year, and even the Esports PC Player of the Year. Despite that, the title for the best esports organization went in the way of G2 along with Esports Personality of the Year.

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