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The Prestigious Esports Awards Is Only One Week Away!

The most prestigious night in the esports calendar is just under one week away.
The Prestigious Esports Awards Is Only One Week Away!

The Esports Awards presented by Lexus, the most prestigious night in the esports calendar, is just under one week away and the countdown is on as some of the most prominent faces from esports, gaming and entertainment descend on Las Vegas.

Hosted at Resorts World the Esports Awards is the biggest black-tie event in the industry and the only ceremony that recognises esports excellence.  

From December 11-13th the Esports Awards will play host to three days of networking, fun, celebration and content. The Esports Awards Open powered by the Golf Gaming Club will kick off the celebrations on December 11th.

Golfing legend Bryson DeChambeau will attend once again, and joining him will be a number of VIPs including, Robbie Amell, best known for his lead role in the Amazon Prime series Upload, professional gamer Nate Hill, and CEO of 100 Thieves Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag.

LVL Up Las Vegas will then be hosted on December 12th and 13th with two days of B2B events and insights from some of the industry’s leading executives.

Speakers include the likes of Alban Dechelotte, MD at G2 Esports, Jacob Toft-Anderson, VP of Esports at 100 Thieves and Michel Attisani, Chief Business Development Officer at ESL FACEIT Group.  

The Esports Awards will then take centre stage on December 13 with a lavish ceremony hosted by legendary hosts Eefje 'Sjokz" Depoortere and Alex "Goldenboy" Mendez.

VIP attendees include Streamer and Content Creator Ludwig, CEO of Fluxo Bruno "Nobru" Goes, Co-Owner of 100 Thieves and Streamer Rachell ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter, and Fortnite Player for Sentinels Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf.

Guests will also get to enjoy a musical performance from cinematic-rock band City of Sound who recently took to the stage at the Rocket League World Championship. 

Over 40 awards will be given out across six overarching categories including Entertainment, Industry, Creative, Pro, On-Air Talent and Collegiate. These will be awarded across the two days of events and recognise the best of the best within esports over the past year. 

The Esports Awards will be streamed live from Resorts World in Las Vegas on December 13th starting at 8 pm PT across Twitter, FacebookInstagram and Twitch