The Esports Awards 2020 Finalists Revealed

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The Esports Awards, the most distinguished night in the esports calendar, is delighted to reveal the elections for this year’s market classifications which intend to identify excellence in esports. Announced during the 3rd Spotlight Show of the year and hosted by Gabriella ‘Le Tigress’ Devia-Allen, Thom ‘F.’ Badinger and Adam ‘Lawler’ Thornton, this year’s candidates consist of the likes of League of Legends, Activision Blizzard, Nike and Scuf Gaming.

The market classification at the Esports Awards intends to honour those people and services at the centre of the market who innovate, support and display. The market area of the Esports Awards consists of Esports Industrial Partner of the Year, Esports Coverage Website of the Year, Esports Game of the Year, Esports Hardware Supplier of the Year, Esports Reporter of the Year, Esports Publisher of the Year and Esports Supporting Firm of the Year.

The full list of 2020 Esports Awards Imaginative Market finalists are:

Esports Industrial Partner of the Year

  • Intel
  • Red Bull
  • BMW
  • Logitech
  • Mastercard
  • State Farm
  • Mountain Dew Game Fuel
  • Nike
  • Louis Vuitton

Esports Coverage Website of the Year in association with Sizzle Creative

  • ESPN
  • The Esports Observer
  • Esports Expert
  • Dexerto
  • Liquipedia
  • HLTV
  • The Score Esports
  • Inven Global

Esports Game of the Year in association with Koyo

  • League of Legends
  • CS: GO
  • COD Modern Warfare
  • Dota 2
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Rocket League
  • F1 2019
  • Fortnite

Esports Hardware Supplier of the Year

  • Razer
  • AMD
  • Logitech
  • Intel
  • HyperX
  • Corsair
  • Alienware
  • Scuf Gaming
  • Elgato
  • Respawn

Esports Reporter of the Year

  • Adam Fitch
  • Tyler ‘Fionnonfire’ Erzberger
  • Jacob Wolf
  • Jared ‘Dekay’ Lewis
  • Richard Lewis
  • Duncan ‘Thorin’ Shields
  • Ashley Kang
  • Emily Rand

Esports Publisher of the Year

  • Riot Games
  • Activision Blizzard
  • Valve
  • Ubisoft
  • Epic Games
  • PUBG Corp
  • Psyonix
  • 2K
  • EA
  • Supercell
  • Tencent

Esports Supporting Firm of the Year in association with Grind Gaming

  • ESG Law
  • Hitmarker Jobs
  • The Story Mob
  • Esports Engine
  • Character Select Firm
  • Prodigy Firm
  • Paper Crowns

The Esports Awards has also invited fighting game legend Daigo Umehara as the first conscript for the Life Time Achievement Award. Umehara has built an enduring tradition in the fighting game community with 6 EVO champions and has actually sealed his place as the best Street Fighter player of perpetuity. The Life time Achievement Award honours people who have had a long-term effect and dedicated their expert life to enhancing the market. In its new format for 2020, the Esports Awards will reveal receivers throughout the year, through the Esports Awards Spotlight Shows.

” It’s such an honour to be able to provide a platform for many fantastic people to receive the acknowledgment that they are worthy of. This year’s market finalists provide an ideal example of the devotion and growth of the esports market in the last 12 months. The 2020 Esports Awards is forming up to be our best year yet, and I look forward to seeing the winners crowned later on thisyear “ stated Michael Ashford, Handling Director, Esports Awards.

The Esports Awards in collaboration with eFuse announced the #FortheGamers Esports Awards Fund, an effort which intends to find the next generation of market leaders. The Fund will award $10,000 to the candidate who showcases their potential and future effect on the esports market. Whether it’s ending up being the next most significant esports reporters or arranging a college tournament, the fund is everything about creating a chance to support the grassroots of esports. Applications are now open through the Esports Awards website and the 3 finalists will be picked in October, where they will then carry out a series of interviews with current esports market leaders and influencers.

Ballot is now open for finalists in the Community, and Market classifications. Elections are still open for the staying On-Air and Pro classifications and will close in September. For more information on how to vote and choose head to

All the Esports Awards’ Spotlight Shows can be found:

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