Worlds Championships 2019 receives the award of the best Esports event of the year
At The Game Awards, 2019 World Championships was awarded the Esports event of the year for overcoming a series of heavyweight opponents.
As the most prestigious award of the year to honor individuals, collectives and outstanding titles, The Game Awards takes place on December 13 in Los Angeles, USA. This year’s awards ceremony gathered a lot of faces and hit games throughout 2019.
In the esports category, League of Legends receives many nominations for individuals and groups, including:
• MC Sjokz was nominated for the title of best host.
• Faker and Perkz receive nominations for the best esports player award
• G2 Esports shortlisted Esports team nominees.
• Coach Grabbz of G2 Esports also entered the list of Best Esports Coach nominees, alongside SKT’s Kkoma coach and Team Liquid’s Cain.
• 2019 Worlds is nominated as the best esports event of 2019.
• League of Legends itself is also nominated as the best esports game title in 2019.
By the time this article airs, League of Legends is winning big in nominated categories. MC Sjokz received the award for best host. G2 Esports also received the title of the best esports team in 2019, surpassing heavyweight opponents such as defending champion The International for two consecutive seasons, OG or Team Liquid of CS: GO.
Unfortunately in the best gamers category in 2019, both candidates of League of Legends failed. The award goes to Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, the champion of Fortnite World Cup 2019. However, Faker also won a lot of love from fans with a rating of up to 40% on Twitter.
At one of the most important awards of esports, World Championships 2019 overcame The International 2019 to receive the title of the best Esports event 2019. World Championships 2019’s opponents are very formidable names because outside TI9 , events like the Fortnite World Cup or the 2019 Overwatch World finals also draw a lot of community scrutiny.
Currently, the category of Esports game titles of the year has not been announced. League of Legends will have to compete with the remaining 4 candidates, including CS: GO, Dota 2, Fortnite or Overwatch.