The 2018 installment of the Esports Awards will take place in London on Monday, November 12, featuring names and personalities from every corner of the industry.
The aim of the Esports Awards is to ‘acknowledge and rewards the outstanding achievement throughout the industry’ and previous winners in their respective fields include Dr DisRespect, Thorin and OpTic Gaming.
With the voting now closed, all that is left is to find out which personalities, games and companies have claimed the top prize.
If you’re not lucky enough to be at The Brewery to see the awards in person, you’ll be pleased to hear that the entire show will also be available to view on most major streaming platforms, including Twitch and YouTube.
The Twitch and YouTube streams can be found below. The show is expected to go live at around 20:25 GMT (15:25 EST, 12:25 PST). Stay tuned for links to the YouTube, Twitter and Mixer streams.
We'll update this post with the winners of each award as they are announced and will be ordered starting with the first award given out. Bold represents the winner of the award.
Esports Unsung Hero Of The Year:
Esports Videographer of the Year:
Streaming Platform of the Year:
Esports Breakthrough Game of the Year:
Esports Console Rookie of the Year:
Esports PC Rookie of the Year:
Esports Photographer of the Year:
Esports Coverage Website of the Year:
Esports Team of the Year:
Esports Supporting Agency of the Year:
Esports Commercial Partner of the Year:
Esports Journalist of the Year:
Esports Hardware Provider of the Year:
Community Award: Esports Play of the Year goes to FaZe Attach!
Esports Live Event of the Year:
Esports Broadcaster of the Year:
Esports Publisher of the Year:
Esports Game of the Year:
Esports Personality of the Year:
Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins
Streamer of the Year:
Esports Console Player of the Year:
Esports Organisation of the Year:
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