The Esports Awards was first organized back in 2016, the Esports Awards is considered to be one of the most prestigious achievements in the world of professional esports. The awards ceremony applauds the tremendous ingenuity and innovation exhibited throughout the year by players, teams, media, hardware providers, games, events, and personalities within the scene.
The sixth E-Sports Awards was recently held in Texas, USA. The show is organized to recognize the best players/teams and innovations in the gaming industry. The mobile game category is dominated by the battle royale game Free Fire.
Garena’s title defeated six other competitors and won the Best Mobile Game of the Year award for the second time in a row. The podium players in the same category were announced today at the eSports Awards. Tencent’s PUBG Mobile won the runner-up, and Activision’s “Call of Duty: Mobile” won third place.
In 2020, the e-sports awards added the mobile game category for the first time. Interestingly, a similar podium appeared last year: Free Fire (winner), followed by PUBG Mobile and CODM. For many years, there has been fierce competition between Free Fire and PUBG Mobile.
Although the latter leads in revenue, Free Fire leads in downloads. Sensor Tower recently reported that in less than four years of launch, PUBG Mobile’s lifetime revenue has exceeded the $7 billion mark. The game generates an average of 8.1 million USD per day in 2021. In addition, new and improved versions of these games have recently come out, namely Free Fire Max and PUBG: New State.
Finalists of Esport Mobile Game 2021:
- Free Fire (Winner)
- PUBG Mobile
- Call of Duty: Mobile
- League of Legends: Wild Rift
- Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
- Arena of Valor
- Brawl Stars
- Clash Royale