Riot Games sponsors the Esports Woman of the Year category at the Women in Games awards 2018

We’re excited to announce that Riot Games is a category sponsor at our Women in Games Awards 2018. Riot, who have spent the last year building up a new London-based office, will be sponsoring the Esports Woman of the Year award. One of ten prizes up for grabs on the day.

The nominees for this category are:

  • Mary Antieul, senior partnerships and esports manager, BELONG (GAME)
  • Heather Dower, marketing & communications manager, ESL
  • Kirsty Endfield, founder, Swipe Right PR
  • Yvonne Hobden, consumer marketing lead at hp uk, Omen
  • Jasmine Kanuga, esports tournament manager, Multiplay/ ESL/ Dreamhack
  • Caroline Oakes, business development, ESL

Taking place on Friday May 11th at the Facebook offices in Rathbone Square, London, the Women in Games Awards 2018 celebrate the hardest-working, the biggest achieving, and the downright most brilliant women in the UK games industry.

"We want to recognise the contribution of talented women in the games industry," said Mark Cox, the country manager for Riot Games UK. "The new team at Riot UK is committed to growing the esports scene and we want to ensure we have solid representation and opportunities to drive the industry forward. We have the privilege of working with great women in this particular field, so we were thrilled at the chance to support and celebrate them at this event."

This year’s categories include Rising Star of the Year – Development Award, Creative Impact Award, Rising Star of the Year – Business Award, Businesswoman of the Year, Esports Woman of the Year, Career Mentor of the Year and Outstanding Contribution. We also have three new categories this year: Journalist of the Year, Influencer of the Year and Games Campaigner of the Year. You can have a look at our 2018 shortlist right here.

For more info on the ceremony, sponsorship opportunities and tickets enquiries, please check the event’s website

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