Countdown to the Esports Awards festival of events with Actor Robbie Amell, Professional Golfer Bryson DeChambeau and 100 Thieves confirmed
On December 13th, sports and Hollywood stars will hit the red carpet event taking place in Las Vegas for the first time.
Notable names such as Robbie Amell, best known for his lead role in Amazon Prime series Upload, through to significant esports personalities including Nadeshot, Sjokz and professional golfer, Bryson DeChambeau, will be in attendance.
Voting for your favourite team, player, coach and more, closes on Dec. 4th.
LAS VEGAS, NV (November 21, 2022) – The Esports Awards presented by Lexus, the most prestigious night in the esports calendar, is pleased to reveal the official media partners for the event and this year’s celebrity attendance. Taking place on December 13th, the Esports Awards will be streamed live from Resorts World in Las Vegas starting at 8 pm PT across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Twitch.
With just under one month to go, the Esports Awards has teamed up with TikTok to organise a viewing party on the platform which will allow users to watch the show co-streamed by some of their favourite creators.. In addition, ESTV Esports TV, the world’s first 24/7 live linear and AVOD esports channel, esports and gaming media group, GINX TV and daily newspaper, Las Vegas Review-Journal, will report on the evening for local and global audiences.
This year’s event will be host to a number of big-name gaming, sports and Hollywood celebrities. The Esports Awards Open in partnership with Golf Gaming Club sold out on the day of launch. Taking place at Bears Best Golf Course, Las Vegas, the Esports Awards Open was created as an opportunity to foster new relationships and inspire collaboration across multiple industries. 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 Amazon Prime series Upload, professional gamer Nate Hill, and CEO of 100 Thieves Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag who will each be testing their skill in an 18-hole golf scramble.
The red carpet will see the likes of esports presenter and host Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere, co-owner and co-CEO of NRG Esports Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez and founder and CEO of Fluxo Bruno “Nobru” Goes.
The Esports Awards heads to a new home of Resorts World in Las Vegas. Starting December 11th the event will play host to three days of networking, fun, celebration and content. Kicking off with the Esports Awards Open powered by the GGC, followed by two days of B2B events and insights from some of the industry’s leading executives with the Esports Assemble: Vegas Edition. The main event takes place on December 13th at Resorts World Theatre, a 5,000-capacity world-class entertainment venue. The awards will be opening their doors to general admission with tickets available now starting from $50 plus fees from esportsawards.com/tickets/.
The Esports Awards 2022 remaining key dates and times:
- Dec 1: The Go Home Show
- December 13: Esports Awards 2022, 8 pm PT start time
The 2022 Esports Awards is brought to you in partnership with Lexus, Verizon, Plarium, Truman Factory, Roland, Secretlab, Aim Lab, Sizzle Creative, Skullz and Tyson Foods. The event will be broadcast across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Twitch.
For more information please visit: https://esportsawards.com/
Golf and Gaming Club
Established in 2020, the Golf and Gaming Club is a members only club for people in the gaming and entertainment space. The GGC’s members range from executives across Tier 1 gaming orgs, to AAA publishers, streaming + social platforms, to influencers with a combined reach of over 70M. In the new era of golf, the GGC looks to break from traditional stereotypes to bring golf to a more diverse audience.
The Golf and Gaming Club hosts monthly tournaments and social events to grow the game of golf while connecting the dopest people in the industry. GGC has also partnered with amazing brands like Coca Cola, MGM, TopGolf, Twitch, Adidas, Taylormade Golf, and Esports Awards to host major open tournaments.
Founded in 2015, the Esports Awards is the most prestigious night in the esports calendar and the only global award show that aims to recognize esports excellence.
The Esports Awards is dedicated to showcasing world-class performance and innovation from every corner of the industry throughout the year. It reaches its pinnacle at its end-of-year ceremony, considered the Oscars of esports. The ceremony celebrates everyone from the players, teams, media, hardware providers, games, events, and personalities that shape the esports industry.
The 2021 Esports Awards saw a record-breaking 20 million viewers across the campaign, and 10 million votes counted. For 2022 the Esports Awards is moving to a new home at Resorts World Las Vegas.
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