After a long month of nominee announcements, community votes, and panel discussions, we’ve come to the last mile of the 2021 Inven Global Awards for League of Legends. Today, Inven Global proudly presents winners from all categories of spellcasters and communities – from the most passionate voices on the desktop to stories that rocked the scene, positively and negatively.

The categories have two awards: the main Inven Global Award is presented by our team of panelists. The Community Award is voted on by fans who engaged with the content and supported those they felt most deserved it.

Without further ado, here are the winners of the Best Caster and Community categories of the Inven Global Awards.

Winners of the Inven Global Awards: “Best player” categories

A mainstay of the LCK office since 2018, Atlus has become the defining voice of the LCK play-by-play cast. A veteran of six world championships – including an appearance at the 2021 Worlds finals – the Australian shoutcaster is our 2021 “Best Play-by-Play Pitcher” winner, with a narrow victory over LCS batter Clayton “CaptainFlowers” ​​Raines.

Finalist: CaptainFlowers
3rd place: Drakos

Best play-by-play launcher: community award

1. CaptainFlowers – 34.8% of votes
2. Atlus – 25.3%
3. Doctor? – 15.8%
4. Drakos – 13.6%
5. Phreak – 10.5%

It’s rare to see our panelists and the LoL community agree so strongly, but that was the case with the “Best Flushing Flush” category, which Caedrel won hands down in both rounds of voting. The player-turned-analyst was the freshest voice on League of Legends desks, delivering complex topics and analysis in a way that the casual fan can digest. In 2021, Caedrel was the perfect educator / artist ensemble, and their Inven Global Awards are well deserved!

Finalist: Azaël
3rd place: Vedius

Best Color Launcher: Community Award

1. Caedrel – 70.4% of the vote
2. Vedius – 10.7%
3. Kobe – 8%
4. Azaël – 6.5%
5. Lyrical – 4.5%

Winning the Summoner’s Cup is the greatest achievement a League of Legends player can achieve, but how about coming home as champion and to a whole new home? EDG owner Edward Zhu, elated that his organization ultimately won the jackpot, awarded each player top-notch real estate in the future city of Zhujiang. What a bonus …

Finalist: DFM qualifies for historic Worlds groups
3rd place: CoreJJ is the spearhead of the NA supersever initiative

Best Story: Community Award

1. DFM makes the historic qualification of world groups – 38.8% of the votes
2. EDG owner buys homes for World Champions list – 19.4%
2. Riot succeeds two international local networks despite COVID – 19.4%
4. Crazy celebrations from EDG fans – 13.4%
5. CoreJJ is the spearhead of the NA super server initiative – 9%

While there has been a lot of drama on the League of Legends scene this year, it’s hard to be more controversial than a match-fixing scandal, and in 2021 we’ve had two. In the race for disgrace, the match-fixing sin of mid laner BYG Chien “Maoan” Mao-An, who decided to sell draft strats to punters, won the LPL and LDL match-fixing scandal that made ban, suspend or suspend 38 players and coaches. forever ousted.

Finalist: LPL / LDL match-fixing scandal
3rd place: CLG cooldown and “private team meeting”

Biggest controversy: the community price

1. Fnatic’s radio silence on the drama Upset / Adam – 33.8% of the vote
2.Maoan Matchfix to Worlds – 24.7%
3. Doublelift vs. Reginald – 18.2%
4. LPL / LDL Match Fixing Scandal – 15.6%
5. CLG cooldown and “private team meeting” – 7.8%

The bottom lane conversations in 2021 may have been mostly about Viper being awesome, but in the Best Moment in Game category, RNG’s Chen “GALA” Wei took it all. RNG’s bot laner pixel-close control cleans up FPX in the blink of an eye to create the most remarkable game of 2021.

Finalist: Viper’s Aphelios 1v3 vs. FPX
3rd place: Blind Bdd bubbles against TL

Best In-Game Moment: Community Prize

1. Aphelios de Viper 1v3 – 33.3% of votes
2. Danny’s Tristana 1v4 – 23.3%
3. Blind comic bubbles – 20%
4. GALA’s Kai’Sa pentakill – 15%
5. Viego d’Inspiré – 8.3%

Let’s be honest: whatever competition there was in this category, it fell apart the moment Arcane fell. The Netflix animated series was among the most notable productions of this year, not only in the LoL scene, but also in terms of mainstream entertainment. Garnering praise left and right, Arcane is the overall winner of the “Best Piece / Content Series” category of the Inven Global Awards.

Finalist: LCK Summer Final Title
3rd place: The Replay Files

Best Content / Series: Community Award

1. Arcane – 64.6% of the vote
2. Rekkles with my heart – 18.8%
3. LCK Summer Final Title – 12.5%
4. Burn everything – 4.2%
5. Review files – 0%