Mobies Awards 2023 finalists were revealed by The Esports Awards’ mobile division

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The world’s foremost organization for mobile-related awards, The Mobile Gaming Awards, has announced the unveiling of the list of finalists for the inaugural Mobies Awards 2023 ceremony. Among the shortlisted candidates for Mobile Game of the Year, Mobile Content Creator of the Year, and Mobile Developer of the Year, are names such as Pokémon Unite, Jonathan Gaming, and KRAFTON.

Set to take place on July 14th, 2023 in sunny Los Angeles, the inaugural event will first focus on highlighting the esports and gaming industry with an opportunity to expand into the general mobile industry in future years. Fans can vote for their favorite finalists every 24 hours until June 30th on the official website.

Mobies Award 2023 recognizes excellence in the mobile industry

The prestigious gaming titles, PUBG Mobile and Brawl Stars, have received nominations for several awards in the upcoming Mobies event, including Mobile Esports Tournament of the Year, Competitive Game of the Year, and Mobile Game of the Year. Notably, Naman “Mortal” Sandeep Mathur and Jonathan “Jonathan Gaming” Amaral, who are past Esports Awards winners, have been announced as finalists for Mobile Content Creator of the Year. Other categories in the event include Mobile Team of the Year, Mobile Developer of the Year, and Mobile App of the Year.

The Mobies event has been established by the team behind the Esports Awards, a highly esteemed award ceremony watched by millions annually, in collaboration with BAYZ CEO Matt “MobileMatt” Rutledge. The event aims to showcase excellence in the mobile industry through recognition and rewards. ESTV Esports TV, the first 24/7 live linear and AVOD esports channel, and GINX TV, an esports and gaming media group, will serve as broadcast partners for the Mobies.

Mobies Awards 2023 finalists

Mobile Game of the Year

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Competitive Game of the Year

Mobile Content Creator of the Year

  • Judo Sloth
  • Luke “iFerg” Fergie
  • Tobias “Panda” Näslund
  • Naman “Mortal” Sandeep Mathur
  • Jonathan “Jonathan Gaming” Amaral
  • Levinho
  • The Radioativo

Mobile Team of the Year

  • ECHO
  • Stalwart Esports
  • EStar Pro
  • Tribe Gaming
  • EVOS Phoenix

Mobile Player of the Year

  • Frederic “Bennyqt” Gonzales
  • Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek
  • Tensai
  • Burenbayar “TOP” Altangerel
  • Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal
  • Ratchanon “Moshi” Kunrayason

Mobile Esports Tournament of the Year

Mobile Indie Game of the Year

  • T3 Arena
  • Alto’s Adventure
  • Monument Valley
  • Playdead’s Limbo
  • Stardew Valley
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Mobile Developer of the Year

Mobile Device of the Year

  • ROG Phone 7
  • Redmagic 8 Pro
  • Samsung S23 Ultra
  • OnePlus 11
  • Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max

Mobile App of the Year

  • Aim Lab Mobile
  • Discord
  • TikTok
  • Xbox Game Pass
  • Twitter
  • Youtube

Coverage Platform of the Year

  • Pocket Gamer
  • Pocket Tactics
  • Liquipedia
  • GamingonPhone
  • ONEEsports
  • AFK Gaming

It is possible for fans to participate in voting for their preferred finalist once every 24 hours up until June 30th, by accessing On July 14th, a panel will award an extra prize, exclusively known as the Breakthrough Game of the Year, with the winner being publicly announced during the award ceremony.

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