Esports Awards are considered the most respected award ceremonies held in the industry. The award ceremony features awards to acknowledge the excellent personalities working in the various fields of Esports. These fields include awards for live streaming and the individuals who perform countless efforts for the area.
The Streamer Award of the Year held great importance as it’s a holy grail any stream can get. These awards were introduced in 2016, and since then, it has been the most significant achievement any streamer could get worldwide. The list of people who won the “Streamer Award of the Year” title includes some huge names like Dr. Disrespect, “Ibai” Llanos, and Dr. Disrespect.
It also has names like the Former League of Legends pro-Imaqtpie that won the title in 2016 for transmitting full-time streaming. These legendary names also include streamer “Ninja,” which accepted the title of the highest number of live streaming for Fortnite in 2018. This blog will update our readers with all streamer of the Year winners in Esports Awards history.
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Esports Awards “Streamer of the Year” winners:
Below is the list of Esports Awards “Streamer of the Year” winners:
- 2016 – Michael “Imaqtpie” Santana
- 2017 – Dr. Disrespect
- 2018 – Tyler “Ninja” Blevins
- 2019 – Dr. Disrespect
- 2020 – Ibai “Ibai” Llanos
- 2021 – Ibai “Ibai” Llanos
There have been some significant changes after the back-to-back winning of Imaqtpie and Ninja, as they are not nominated in the 2022 Esports awards. However, this year’s nominees include previous winners Ibai and Dr. Disrespect.
Some might think that it’s shocking for their names to come out again, but the reason might be their large viewership numbers. Also, both are considered the most creative streamers in the industry. In this blog, we updated our readers about the all “Streamer of the Year” winners in Esports Awards history.