The eSports Industry Awards were held for the first time ever in London. Hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Julia Hardy and Channel Five’s Jason Bradbury, the ceremony was broadcast live on Twitch and showcased “top class performance and innovation” from the eSports community.

The winners of the 15 primary categories were selected by a predetermined panel, and the eSports Journalist, eSports Game, and eSports Photographer categories were selected in a public online vote.

The winners for all categories at the eSports Industry Awards are below:

• UK eSports Player of the Year – Callum “Swanny” Swan

• Best eSports Coverage Website – The Score eSports

• Best Hardware Provider – Scuf Gaming

• Best Streaming Platform – Twitch

• eSports Commercial Partner of the Year in association with Gillette – Monster

• eSports Broadcaster of the Year – Auguste “Semmler” Massonnat

• eSports Publisher of the Year – Valve Corporation

• eSports Game of the Year – CS:GO

• Domino’s Streamer of the Year – Michael “Imaqtpie” Santana

• eSports Team of the Year in association with Xbox and Windows 10 – Team EnVyUs

• eSports Live Event of the Year – The International 6

• Console Player of the Year – Seth “Scump” Abner

• PC Player of the Year in association with Xbox and Windows 10 – Marcelo “Coldzera” David

• eSports Rookie of the Year in association with Twitch – Amer “Miracle-” al-Barqawi

• eSports Personality of the Year in association with NOW TV – Gabriel “Fallen” Toledo

• eSports Journalist of the Year in association with Omen by HP – Richard Lewis

• eSports Photographer of the Year in association with Snugg – Robert Paul

• New eSports Game of the Year – Overwatch