Esports Awards 2023: The celebration night of excellence in the esports industry, the Esports Awards 2023, has concluded, offering us the winners of different categories. After six months of campaigning and more than 10 million votes cast across the globe, Awards Night was held at Resorts World Las Vegas on November 30.
The Esports Awards, presented by Lexus, is a night dedicated to showcasing top-class performance and innovation in various aspects, including players, teams, media, hardware providers, games, events, and personalities within the esports scene.
The platforms dedicated to esports and competitive gaming hold significance for numerous gamers worldwide, and tonight marks our celebration of the esports industry. Here is the list of worthy winners at the Esports Awards 2023.
Esports Awards 2023: List of Winners
2023 has likely emerged as one of the most remarkable years for video games in recent memory. Additionally, it has proven to be a significant and defining period for esports too. Prior to the main event of the Esports Awards 2023, there was a Red Carpet and Pre-Show.
Esports Awards 2023 presented thirty awards, including Esports Game of the Year, Esports Personality of the Year, and many more. Without further ado, let’s unveil the thirty triumphant winners of the Esports Awards 2023:
|Esports Publisher of the Year
|Esports Game of the Year
|Esports Content Creator of the Year
|Esports Organization of the Year
|Esports Coverage Platform of the Year
|Streamer of the Year
|Esports Personality of the Year
|Esports Team of the Year
|T1 League of Legends
|Esports Creative of the Year
|Esports Cosplay of the Year
|Esports Mobile Game of the Year
|Esports Journalist of the Year
|Esports Content of the Year
|Faker: A Decade of Greatness
|Esports Broadcast/Production Team of the Year
|ESL FACEIT Group
|Esports Creative Team of the Year
|Esports Supporting Service of the Year
|Esports Commercial Partner of the Year
|Collegiate Program of the Year
|The University of Oklahoma
|Esports PC Player of the Year
|Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok
|Esports Desk Analyst of the Year
|Mimi “aEvilCat” Wermcrantz
|Esports Controller Player of the Year
|Paco “HyDra” Rusiewiez
|Esports Host of the Year
|Caleb “WavePunk” Simmons
|Esports Colour Caster of the Year
|Dan “Gaskin” Gaskin
|Esports Breakthrough Player of the Year
|Max “Demon1” Mazanov
|Esports Mobile Player of the Year
|Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek
|Esports Coach of the Year
|Christine “Potter” Chi
|Esports Play of the Year
|Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov
|Esports Play-by-Play Caster of the Year
|Mitch “Uber” Leslie
Remarkably, the award ceremony for the Esports Awards 2023 included the induction of the Lifetime Achievement Class of 2023. The distinguished individuals inducted into this prestigious class are Michael O’Dell, Victor Goossens, Shane Hendrixson, Grubby, Lee Young Ho, Tryndamere, Faze Crimsix, and Chris Puckett.
S8UL has won the Content Creator of the Year in this year’s showcase. An award like this is a huge achievement for an Indian organization, which is called the Oscars of Esports. S8UL co-founder Naman Mathur (known as Mortal) received the award in person. Also nominated for ‘Esports Personality of the Year’ in 2022 and 2023, but didn’t win.
The highlight of a thrilling three-day celebration is the Lexus Esports Awards ceremony. This year’s event is held in conjunction with Resorts World Las Vegas and includes the PWR UP Las Vegas esports conference. Among the groundbreaking events at this esports, tech, and gaming extravaganza is the Esports Awards Open, a distinctive golf tournament that seamlessly combines networking with entertainment, bringing together industry leaders and celebrities to shape the future.