G2, Team Trick And ‘League Of Legends’ Win Big At The Esports Awards
The yearly Esports Awards concluded earlier tonight, with the finest the market needs to use being commemorated in the virtual event. There were numerous well-deserving winners, however it was G2 Esports, Group Trick and League of Legends that chose up the greatest honours.
The biggest winner on the night was Riot Games and League of Legends, with 4 awards going to the esports activations from the company. Riot itself took home the Esports Publisher of the Year award and League of Legends took the Esports Video game of the Year award. The League of Legends European Championship content group won the Esports Material Team of the Year award and the LoL season opening was named as the Esports Creative Piece of the Year.
The other huge multi-award winner was the Group Trick organisation, and particularly, the organization’s flagship Dota 2 team that has actually dominated the professional scene over the past year. Michał “Nisha” Jankowski was called the PC Player of the Year, Lee “Heen” Seung Gon was called as Coach of the Year and the whole Dota 2 lineup was named as Team of the Year. Not bad thinking about the Dota 2 scene has actually effectively been on hold because the pandemic hit earlier in the year.
The other big winner was the G2 Esports organization. While it might not have gotten as lots of awards as the other 2 big winners, the 2 the organization did take home were huge hitters. G2 was called as Company of the Year, among the most prominent and fiercely competed awards at the program, while G2 creator and CEO Carlos “ocelote” Rodríguez Santiago took home the Esports Personality of the Year award.
In other places at the show WWE superstar, Xavier Woods was on hand to provide an award, and likewise got the award for Esports Content Developer of the Year thanks to his UpUpDownDown YouTube channel.
” It has actually been a turning point year, not simply for the Esports Awards, however for the esports market,” stated Michael Ashford, Handling Director, Esports Awards. “We have been faced with numerous challenges and hurdles along with opportunities to display how resistant and talented our market is. As we conclude our 5th year with more votes, more viewership, and more traditional partners than ever prior to I am delighted that we were able to assemble an enthusiastic virtual event to commemorate those who have actually truly made a difference and continued to press our market forward.”