|And The Winners for the Blizzard Stream Awards Areâ€¦||February-10-2014 6:00 PM PST (10 years ago)|
The 2013 Blizzard Stream Awards, powered by Twitch have come to a close and we'd like to thank you, the community, for tuning into Twitch and voting for your favorite Blizzard game streamers!
Blizzard and Twitch established 13 unique award categories representing streamers from four Blizzard franchises (Diablo III, Hearthstone, StarCraft II, and World of Warcraft). Six of these categories were data-driven (example: Most Number of Hours Streamed for Blizzard titles in 2013) while the other seven were qualitative categories that were voted on by you (example: Favorite Community Show of 2013).
Twitch will distribute a prize pool of approximately $45,000 in prizes that will be distributed evenly to each award category. Here's a breakdown for how the prizing will be distributed to the winning streamers.
Note: We previously announced that there would be seven data-driven categories of awards. We unfortunately had to drop one of them from the program due to privacy concerns. We have adjusted the award amounts to reflect this.
For more info on the Blizzard Stream Awards, please visit our original blog post here.
We've laid out how each data driven awards category was tabulated and provided a full list of award winners and runners-up below. This information can also be viewed on Blog.Twitch.tv.
Data Driven Categories:
Twitch's army of data robots and scientists scoured their databases to find the top streamers for the following six categories:
You, the community voted for your favorite Twitch streamers in the following seven categories:
Congratulations to the winners and to everyone that streamed or watched Blizzard games on Twitch in 2013! We look forward to your continued support in 2014. If you'd like to share your unique personality and gameplay experiences, we encourage you to become a Twitch partner. Visit this link for more information.