Esports Awards 2020 Winners : The first set of winners and prelude of the Esports Awards 2020 were announced earlier today. Read on below to find out all the winners so far.
The Esports Awards are a prestigious award ceremony held every year from 2015. In the awards players, teams, media, hardware providers, games, events, and personalities within the scene are rewarded for their hard work through out the year. This year’s awards are sponsored by the automobile makers Lexus. Quite a few big names are in the running for the awards and one set of the winners were announced today.
Esports Awards 2020 Prelude Winners –
- Esports Creative Piece of the Year –
Riot Games for their League Of Legends: Warriors Season 2020 Cinematic
- Esports Cosplay of the year –
Glory Lamothe wins the best cosplay for her Valorant cosplay.
- Esports Awards Lifetime Achievement Class of 2020 –
FATAL1TY, Michael Sespo, Richard Lewis, Craig ‘Torbull’ Levine, Daigo Umehara and Lim ‘Boxer’ Yo-hwan.
- Esports Analyst of the Year –
Spunj the analyst of CS:GO took home this award.
- Esports Content Series of the Year –
The Eavesdrop Podcast by OpTiC H3CZ
- Esports Collegiate Award –
- Esports Commercial Partner of the Year –
- Esports Photographer of the Year –
- Esports Videographer of the Year –
100Thieves’ Logan Dodson
- Esports Hardware Provider of the Year –
- Esports Coach of the year –
When and where to watch the Ceremony –
The prelude of the main award ceremony was held on 20th November. The main award ceremony is on 21st November at 4pm EST / 1pm PST. Fans can watch the ceremony live as it is streamed live on Twitch. Pokimane, Nickmercs and a whole lot of streamers and esports players are in the running for the awards. Nearly 32 awards are going to be handed out in 2 days. Fans can check out this website for more information about the ceremony and the winners.
There will be a total of 32 Esports Awards handed out over the space of 2 days:
— Esports Awards 2020 Presented by Lexus (@esportsawards) November 19, 2020