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Archive • Nov 14, 2017

Esports Industry Awards 2017 - Winners and Final Results

The second annual Esports Industry Awards Ceremony featured some of the top members of the competitive gaming community in a variety of different categories. Hosted at The Brewery in London, England, the 2017 Esports Industry Awards highlighted over 20 categories that were voted on by upwards of 500,000 votes and a panel of experts including Team of the Year, Console Player of the Year, and a collection of other winners. Originally launched in 2016, the Esports Industry Awards aim to reward some of the top members of the competitive gaming community, from professional gamers and teams to videographers and hardware manufacturers. Now that the awards have been picked and the show has come to a close, we have provided a full breakdown of each category and its corresponding winner. Let us know your thoughts on the picks by Tweeting at @Dexerto.

Esports Industry Awards 2017 Winners


Personality of the Year - Eefje ‘Sjokz’ Depoortere


PC Player of the Year – Amer ‘Miracle-‘ Barqawi (Dota 2)

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Console Player of the Year – Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper


Team of the Year – OpTic Gaming Call of Duty

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Game of the Year – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

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Play of the Year – OpTic FormaL on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare


Breakthrough Game of the Year – PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS


Streamer of the Year – Dr DisRespect


Commercial Partner of the Year – G Fuel


Unsung Hero of the Year – 


Publisher of the Year – Riot Games

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Streaming Platform of the Year – Twitch

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Live Event of the Year – League of Legends World Championships

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Broadcaster of the Year – 

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Hardware Provider of the Year – Intel

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Coverage Website of the Year – ESPN Esports

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Journalist of the Year – Duncan ‘Thorin’ Shields


UK Player of the Year – Spencer ‘Gorilla’ Ealing (FIFA)


PC Rookie of the Year– Abay ‘Hobbit’ Khassenov (CS:GO)

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Videographer of the Year – Davis ‘OpTic Hitch’ Edwards


Photographer of the Year – Joe Brady


Console Rookie of the Year – Victor ‘Punk’ Woodley (Street Fighter)

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