The ENNIE Awards regrets that Alyx Bui has stepped down as 2023 ENNIEs judge. Due to some exciting opportunities Alyx has within the industry, they will be unable to participate given the conflict of interest. We wish Alyx much success in the new endeavors. Kevin Combs, as the next selected judge by public vote, will […]
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THE ENNIE Awards are pleased to announce the co-hosts for the 2022 ENNIE Awards Mike Pondsmith and Cody Pondsmith! Assisting Mike and Cody will be special guest presenters Cat Tobin, Mark Diaz Truman and Ricardo Evangelho! The awards will take place on Friday, August 5th at 8 P.M. EST at Gen Con in the Crown […]
Click here to be taken directly to the voting page. As a reminder, we subscribe to the One Person, One Vote rule. Voting will be open until 12 AM PST on July 24th. For the Art categories, we’ve put together a collage of the nominated products here to help you compare. Winners will be announced […]
The ENNIE Awards is pleased to announce the 2022 Nominations and Judges Awards! Click here to be taken to the complete list. Our intrepid judges spent 10 months reviewing all product that were submitted to come to this final list of five in each category. Thank you Amelia, Di, Christopher, Salim, and Christian for all […]
Here are the important Dates for the 2022 ENNIE Awards! June 10, 2022 – July 12, 2022 – Submissions for 2023 Judge – Come be a judge! You can sign up here. July 8, 2022 – July 12, 2022 – Submissions for Favorite Publisher July 8, 2022 – Nominees and Judge’s Spotlight Announcement July 15, […]
This year we have a fabulous new ENNIES medal made by our sponsors Campaign Coins, designed by D20 Monkey, Brian Patterson. We are so excited with the update to match our logo! 2021 Nominees will be announced on August 13th and you can vote for your favorite nominee August 18, 2021 – August 27, 2021. Who […]
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