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Esports Awards 2023 : All Things You need to Know

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Esports Awards 2023 All Things You need to Know

One of the most prestigious esports award ceremonies, the Esports Awards 2023, will return in 2023 with a fresh slate of candidates and categories. The ceremony will take place in Las Vegas on November 29 and 30, 2016 for the second consecutive year.

The ninth-year celebrations will take place at Resorts World Las Vegas and will be streamed live from Zouk, one of Las Vegas’ most technologically advanced venues, across all major platforms.

There are 31 distinct award categories this year, divided between creative, industry, and entertainment. While some nominations have already been declared, others will do so at a later time.

Esports Awards 2023: Full Information

Here is all you need to know about the Esports Awards 2023, the pinnacle black-tie event of the esports industry, which will be celebrating its ninth year.

Esports Award Nominees and Categories for 2023

The following publishers, groups, corporations, teams, and others have received nominations in several categories from all around the world.


Esports Content Creator of the Year

  1. Seth “Scump” Abner
  2. One True King (OTK)
  3. Tribo Gaules
  4. S8UL Esports
  5. Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma
  6. Christian “IWDominate” Rivera
  7. LOUD
  8. TheScore Esports
  9. Judo Sloth

Esports Personality of the Year

  1. Seth “Scump” Abner
  2. Hector “Hecz” Rodriguez
  3. Alexandre “Gaules” Borba
  4. Naman “MortaL” Mathur
  5. Charles “MoistCr1TiKaL” White Jr
  6. Bruno “Nobru” Goes
  7. Ludwig “Ludwig” Ahgren
  8. Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang
  9. Victor “Coringa” Augusto

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Streamer of the Year

  1. Seth “Scump” Abner
  2. Alexandre “Gaules” Borba
  3. Ibai Llanos
  4. Tarik “tarik” Celik
  5. QTCinderella
  6. Félix “xQc” Lengyel
  7. Kai Cenat
  8. Paulinho o LOKO
  9. Samy “Riversgg” Rivera
  10. Chikara “FPS_SHAKA” Kawakami


Esports Game of the Year

  1. League of Legends
  2. Valorant
  3. CS:GO
  4. Rocket League
  5. Dota 2
  6. Fortnite
  7. PUBG Mobile
  8. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
  9. Call of Duty Modern Warfare II

Esports Mobile Game of the Year

  1. Free Fire
  2. PUBG Mobile
  3. Pokemon Unite
  4. Arena of Valor
  5. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
  6. COD: Mobile
  7. Brawl Stars
  8. Honor of Kings
  9. Clash Royale

Esports Commercial Partner of the Year

  1. Logitech G
  2. Red Bull
  3. Intel
  4. Monster Energy
  5. Gucci
  6. Prime Gaming
  7. Gillette
  8. Chipotle
  9. State Farm

Esports Coverage Platform of the Year

  1. Sports Business Journal
  3. Dot Esports
  4. Liquipedia
  5. Dexerto
  6. Esports Insider
  7. Esports Charts

Esports Hardware Piece of the Year

  1. AMD Ryzen™ 9 7950X
  2. Logitech G Pro X 2 Lightspeed
  3. Asus ROG Ally
  4. Stream Deck MK.2
  5. Higround: Street Fighter x Higround
  6. Razer Viper Mini Signature Edition
  7. Samsung Odyssey OLED G8
  8. Corsair Xeneon Flex
  9. SteelSeries Nova Pro

Esports Publisher of the Year

  1. Riot Games
  2. Valve
  3. Psyonix
  4. EA
  5. Moonton
  6. Supercell
  7. The Pokemon Company
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Esports Supporting Service of the Year

  1. Esports Engine
  2. ESG Law
  3. Character Select Agency
  4. New LVL Recruiting
  5. Paper Crowns
  6. Evolved Talent Agency
  7. GRID
  8. OP.GG
  9. Bad Moon Talent

Esports Broadcast/Production Team of the Year

  1. Riot Games
  2. Psyonix
  3. Esports Engine
  4. BLAST
  5. ESL FACEIT Group

Esports Content of the Year

  1. GG Legends (Gucci)
  2. Join The New Era | 2023 VCT LOCK//IN | Cinematic Trailer
  3. (G2 Esports) Ralph Lauren x G2 Limited Collection
  4. Counter-Strike: Its In Our DNA
  5. Faker: A Decade Of Greatness
  6. The Breakdown
  7. Ceb’s return to Dota 2 is one of the greatest comebacks in the history of the game
  8. Risking It All: The Tale Of Gen.G
  9. FURIA: Behind The Game
  10. Valorant Roster Announcement 2023 | Team Liquid

Esports Cosplay of the Year

  1. LittleJem
  2. Inaste
  3. Kinpatsu Cosplay
  4. Larissa Rochefort
  5. Annjelife
  6. Akemikun Cosplay
  7. Bec of Hearts

Esports Creative of the Year

  1. Tiago “Liquid Enigma” Paixao
  2. Gregory “SesoHQ” Ortiz
  3. Ovilee May
  4. Kvindsgn
  5. Thorsten Denk
  6. Sydneycreates

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Esports Creative Team of the Year

  1. LOUD
  2. Paper Crowns
  3. Team Liquid
  4. FlyQuest
  5. G2 Esports
  6. Team Vitality
  7. Sentinels
  8. North Studio
  9. NMBRS Studio

Additionally, there are a few categories for which the candidates have not yet been announced.

  • Esports Journalist of the Year
  • Esports Colour Caster of the Year
  • Esports Desk Analyst of the Year
  • Collegiate Program of the Year
  • Esports Host of the Year: 5GRV
  • Play-by-play caster of the year in esports
  • Esports Coach of the Year
  • Esports Controller Player of the Year
  • Esports Mobile Player of the Year
  • Esports Organisation of the Year
  • Esports PC Player of the Year
  • Esports Team of the Year
  • Breakthrough Player of the Year
  • Esports Play of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement in Esports
  • Panel’s Choice Award

Esports Awards 2023: All Important Dates

Esports Awards 2023 will take place on the following dates:

  • 1st June: Nominations open
  • 7th July: Nominations close
  • 26th July: First set of nominees reveal
  • 26th July: Voting opens
  • 20th September: Second set of nominees reveal
  • 13th to 20th November: Turbo voting period–votes are worth double
  • 20th November: Voting closes on all categories but three
  • 25th November: Closing date for voting for Esports Player of the Year, Best Esports Organization, and Best Esports Team
  • 27th to 28th November: Inaugural Scholars
  • 29th to 30th November: Esports Awards 2023