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The 2015 Lazygamer eSports Awards

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It’s time we looked back on a successful 2015 and acknowledged those who stood out. This is the first ever eSports awards in all categories, so bare with me as we nominate the best in the business. Out of the five categories, we’ll select six nominees and the rest is up to you. So get voting and sharing!


Best eSports Organization

The best organization category is based solely on performance. The criteria is brand reach, community involvement, following and of course performance. So choose wisely. The six nominees are:

  • Bravado Gaming
  • Energy eSports
  • Ventus Gaming
  • In-Finity Gaming
  • BerZerk Gaming
  • Veneration eSports
  • Xperts@Total.Chaos
  • Aperture Gaming
  • Altitude Gaming

Best eSports Team

The best team takes the winners from the top eSports titles this year. There is no real criteria here, but rather based on the teams involvement in local eSports and their achievements.

  • Bravado Gaming Dota 2
  • Bravado Gaming CS:GO
  • Energy eSports League of Legends
  • Carbon eSports Call of Duty Xbox One
  • Altitude Gaming Call of Duty PC
  • Aperture Gaming Battlefield 4

Best player

The best player looks at each title and a player who outshines the rest. Even if you’re unfamiliar with the player, these six gamers have earned accolades in their respective eSport.

  • Dimitri “Detrony” Hadjipaschali, Bravado Gaming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • Ruan “senti” Potgieter, Energy eSports League of Legends
  • Donio “Doni” Teixeira, Bravado Gaming Dota 2
  • Dale “Pand3m0nia” Pon, Hearthstone
  • Kyle “Frost” Nortje, ex-Team Astra (Carbon eSports) Call of Duty Xbox One
  • Garrion “Gray” Van Gesseleen, Bravado Gaming Heroes of The Storm
  • Michael “Mike22” Schaller, Pulse Gaming Battlefield 4

Best Commentator

The best commentator award criteria is the one who has been the most active throughout 2015 in their coverage. They also hold a steady social media influence and remain the best at what they do.

  • Devin “Hellbird” Rigotti
  • DeWet “Ridditz” Lombard-Bovey
  • Matthew “HaZe” Stott
  • Jackie “Rainz” Chung
  • Shaun “Profeci” Murrell
  • Anthony “scant” Hodgson

Best eSport

Let’s see what the best eSport of 2015 is.

  • Dota 2
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • League of Legends
  • Hearthstone
  • Heroes of The Storm
  • Call of Duty
  • Battlefield 4

You can vote for the above categories below, and yes you’re only allowed to vote once per category. Voting closes on Friday

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Last Updated: December 8, 2015

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