Get the inside scoop on the 2023 Streamy Awards! From the winners to the red carpet fashion, we’ve got it all covered.
If you’re as obsessed with the digital world as I am, then you know that the Streamy Awards are like the Oscars for online creators. So, grab your popcorn and settle in because we’re diving deep into the 2023 Streamy Awards. And hey, if you’re enjoying this content, don’t forget to hit that like and subscribe button!
Let’s kick things off with the host of the evening, MatPat, the internet sensation who took us on a rollercoaster ride at the Hollywood Palladium. The Streamys have been around since 2009, celebrating the best of online content creators and brands. This year was no different, with a whopping 45 categories to honor the digital world’s finest.
Now, let’s talk winners. The Creator of the Year award had some heavy hitters like Charli D’Amelio, Logan Paul, and Jay Shetty. But guess who took home the trophy? MrBeast! This guy has been on a roll, and it’s no surprise he led the nominations. For Show of the Year, the competition was fierce with shows like “Good Mythical Morning” and “Hot Ones,” but “Challenge Accepted” by Michelle Khare stole the spotlight.
Streamer of the Year was another hot category. From Valkyrae to xQc, the competition was intense. But the crown went to Kai Cenat, who has been making waves in the streaming community. And let’s not forget the International category, where ibai from Spain took home the gold.
But the Streamys aren’t just about the big categories. They also celebrate niche talents. For instance, in the Short Form category, Chris Olsen took the win, and in the Breakout Creator section, it was Dylan Mulvaney who shined. Speaking of Dylan, she also made headlines for her red carpet appearance. She wore a stunning ruby red minidress, complete with a large bow and red sling-back heels, embodying Old Hollywood glam. It was a look that turned heads and set social media ablaze.
The awards also recognized creators for their social impact. Invisible People won the Creator for Social Good award, highlighting the importance of using one’s platform for a greater cause. And in the realm of technology, Marques Brownlee, aka MKBHD, won, proving that tech reviews can be both informative and entertaining.
Fashion and style had its moment too, with Wisdom Kaye taking the award. In the food category, Nick DiGiovanni cooked his way to the top. And for those who love to laugh, RDCWorld won in the Comedy section