This year’s Esports Awards is just around the corner, and if you want to see your favourite pro player, streamer, or industry expert take home a shiny gold gong, you’ve only got three days left to register your vote.
The finalists for the ceremony, which will take place in the Esports Arena in Arlington on November 16, have been whittled down from a long list of nominees, with the main winner taking to the stage on the night.
Once the public voting period on November 8 closes, the Esports Awards will count and verify each vote, before asking its expert panel, which includes Eefje ‘Sjokz’ Depoortere, Bryce Blum, Lottie Van-Praag, and more, to adjudicate the finalists and decide this year’s winners.
And with the likes of Team Liquid and Astralis vying to be crowned as Esports Team of the Year, the show really is set to celebrate the achievements of so many who have made 2019 an incredible year for competitive gaming.
Cloud9, Fnatic, G2, and more, face each other in the Esports Organisation of the Year award, while Indiana ‘Froskurinn’ Black faces other casters such as Kaci ‘Kaci’ Aitchison and Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop in the Esports Caster of the Year category.
Rocket League, Fortnite, and Dota 2 are all up for Esports Game of the Year against some other big titles, and Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys, Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek, and Alan ‘Alanzoka’ Ferreira are all up for Streamer of the Year too.
There’s plenty more categories to dig into, but if you want to recognise the talent of some of the best in the esports industry, you can register your vote here.