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Esports Awards 2023 : Who Won the Top Honors in Gaming ? Find Out Here

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Esports Awards 2023 : Who Won the Top Honors in Gaming ? Find Out Here

Esports Awards 2023 –

The Esports Awards 2023 were held yesterday, November 30, and we now have the whole list of winners for this year. Valorant has won Esports Game of the Year for the second time. Along with them, India’s Team S8UL has continued their run from previous year and has won the Content Creator of the Year title in 2023. Riot Games was also named Esports Publisher of the Year. The entire list of winners from the Esports Awards 2023 can be seen below for interested readers.


Esports Awards 2023 : List of Winners

The Lexus Esports Awards are a night dedicated to celebrating top-tier achievement and innovation in different elements of the esports ecosystem, including as players, teams, media, hardware suppliers, games, events, and personalities. Many gamers across the world value the platforms dedicated to esports and competitive gaming, and today marks our celebration of the esports sector. Here is the list of deserving winners for the Esports Awards 2023.

2023 is likely to be remembered as one of the most extraordinary years in video gaming history. It has also proven to be an important and defining time for esports. A Red Carpet and Pre-Show preceded the main event of the Esports Awards 2023.

The Esports Awards 2023 featured a total of thirty awards, including major categories like as Esports Game of the Year, Esports Personality of the Year, and countless more. Without further ado, here are the thirty victors of the Esports Awards 2023

Esports Awards 2023 : Who Won the Top Honors in Gaming ? Find Out Here
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Award  Winner
Esports Publisher of the Year Riot Games
Esports Game of the Year Valorant
Esports Content Creator of the Year S8UL Esports
Esports Organization of the Year Team Vitality
Esports Coverage Platform of the Year Esports Charts
Streamer of the Year Rivers_GG
Esports Personality of the Year Disguised Toast
Esports Team of the Year T1 League of Legends
Esports Creative of the Year Seso
Esports Cosplay of the Year Akemikun
Esports Mobile Game of the Year Mobile Legends
Esports Journalist of the Year Richard Lewis
Esports Content of the Year Faker: A Decade of Greatness
Esports Broadcast/Production Team of the Year ESL FACEIT Group
Esports Creative Team of the Year Paper Crowns
Esports Supporting Service of the Year Prodigy Agency
Esports Commercial Partner of the Year Gucci
Collegiate Program of the Year The University of Oklahoma
Esports PC Player of the Year Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok
Esports Desk Analyst of the Year Mimi “aEvilCat” Wermcrantz
Esports Controller Player of the Year Paco “HyDra” Rusiewiez
Esports Host of the Year Caleb “WavePunk” Simmons
Esports Colour Caster of the Year Dan “Gaskin” Gaskin
Esports Breakthrough Player of the Year Max “Demon1” Mazanov
Esports Mobile Player of the Year Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek
Esports Coach of the Year Christine “Potter” Chi
Esports Play of the Year Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov
Esports Play by Play Caster of the Year Mitch “Uber” Leslie

S8UL and Mortal have won the Esports Awards 2023 –

On the event, Lokesh Jain aka Goldy, Co-Founder of S8UL and 8Bit Creative, stated “Winning the ‘Content Group of the Year’ award last year was an incredible milestone for us, and to follow it up with another one this year is beyond words.” This accomplishment is a testimony to our commitment, the hard work of our artists, and the unending love of our followers. S8UL has altered the perception of games and content in India. We are determining the future of Indian Esports and game artists’ economies on a global scale, not simply providing content.”

Statement from Nimesh Agarwal, nicknamed 8Bit Thug, Co-Founder of S8UL and 8Bit Creatives, on receiving the award “Winning this difficult category twice against some of the industry’s biggest names is a surreal feeling.” These milestones confirm that we are on the right track with our strategy and provide us with something to celebrate at a time when the industry is undergoing tremendous changes. This triumph caps off a momentous year for the community. Thank you to our amazing staff, our supporters, and everyone who believed in us! We are prepared to achieve even bigger things in 2024! As usual, up and upwards.”

The following are the sentiments of Naman Mathur aka Mortal, Co-Founder of S8UL, on the award “Being the only Indian organisation to win the Esports Awards not once, but twice, is a source of pride not only for us, but for the entire Indian Esports fraternity.” This award recognises the tremendous work of our brilliant creators and team members, as well as the incredible support of our fans who have been following our programming religiously for the past several years. It brings us great pride to see S8UL’s creative and amazing content reshaping the country’s gaming content scene and fueling its growth. We are inspired to continue breaking expectations and revolutionising the global gaming environment.”