The Esports Awards, the most prestigious night in the esports calendar, is thrilled to announce its next set of finalists for the 2022 event, which will be hosted at Resorts World Las Vegas on December 13th. The industry category is full of nominations for talented individuals and companies alike, with Logitech, Dexerto, NVIDIA, Riot Games and more among those who’ve been shortlisted for the industry categories.

These finalists were announced by Jacob “Pimp” Winneche, Joel “Orb” Kumlin and Thom “Fdot” Badinger during the third Esports Awards Spotlight Show. The hosts tested their esports knowledge with a light-hearted quiz, and turned the stream’s attention to the Esports Awards to highlight the industry finalists.

The Esports Awards Spotlight Show is a monthly content offering containing finalist reveals, further information about the campaign and much more. July sees the return of digital as a venue for the announcement of the Industry finalists.

Please find the full list of industry awards finalists here:

Esports Commercial Partner of the Year    

  • Logitech G
  • Red Bull
  • Intel
  • Verizon
  • Monster Energy
  • Gucci
  • Nike

Esports Coverage Platform of the Year    

  • Liquipedia
  • Dexerto
  • Esports Insider
  • Sports Business Journal
  • Esportmaníacos
  • SiegeGG
  • Dot Esports
  • Juked

Esports Hardware Provider of the Year    

  • Logitech G
  • Razer
  • Intel
  • Alienware
  • Corsair
  • HyperX
  • SCUF Gaming
  • SteelSeries
  • Battle Beaver
  • AMD

Esports Journalist of the Year    

  • Ashley Kang
  • Kevin Hitt
  • Chandy Teixeira
  • Richard Lewis
  • Adam Fitch
  • Jacob Wolf
  • Brieuc “LEC Wooloo” Seeger
  • Antonio Yuste
  • Liz Richardson

Esports Publisher of the Year    

  • Riot Games
  • Valve
  • Psyonix
  • Garena
  • Epic Games
  • Tencent
  • Ubisoft
  • PUBG Corp
  • EA

Esports Supporting Service of the Year    

  • Esports Engine
  • The Story Mob
  • ESG Law
  • Character Select Agency
  • New Level Recruiting
  • Paper Crowns
  • Aftershock Media Group
  • United Talent Agency
  • Prodigy Agency
  • Evolved Talent Agency

Esports Broadcast/Production Team of the Year    

  • Riot Games
  • Esports Engine
  • LVP (Liga De Videojuegos Profesional)
  • BLAST Premier
  • Beyond the Summit
  • PGL Esports
  • ESL Gaming

“It’s incredibly exciting to reveal the industry category finalists for this year’s awards. From journalists and media outlets, to game publishers and production teams – we’re honoured to celebrate those who offer so much support to esports across the globe. We can’t wait to host all our finalists in Las Vegas this December to show our appreciation of all the hard work they put into this industry,” said Michael Ashford, CEO, Esports Awards.

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