9th Streamy Awards

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9th Streamy Awards
9th Annual Streamy Awards.jpg
DateDecember 13, 2019
LocationThe Beverly Hilton,
Los Angeles, California
Presented byStreamys Blue Ribbon Panel
Highlights
Most awardsDavid Dobrik (4)
Most nominationsDavid Dobrik (11)
Audience ChoiceGood Mythical Morning (Show of the Year)
Tana Mongeau (Creator of the Year)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkYouTube
Runtime2 hours[1][2]
Viewership3 million[2]
Produced byDick Clark Productions
Tubefilter

The 9th Annual Streamy Awards was the ninth installment of the Streamy Awards honoring the best in American streaming television series and their creators. The awards was split into three sections with different themes: the main Streamy Awards, the second annual Streamys Brand Awards, and the Third Annual Streamys Purpose Awards.[3][4] The main ceremony was streamed live on YouTube from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California on December 13, 2019.[5] It was the first Streamy Awards ceremony to run without a host, instead featuring segments from online content creators to highlight the diversity of the industry.[6][7] The show also highlighted international creators with the addition of multiple international categories and added a new Technology category.[3][4]

On September 11, 2019, the 2nd annual Streamys Brand Awards were held during the IAB Digital Content NewFronts West at NeueHouse Hollywood and hosted by Emile Ennis Jr. The awards honored innovation in brand advertising.[8][9] On December 9, 2019, the 2nd annual Purpose Awards @ The Streamys were held at the YouTube Space LA, hosted by Jay Shetty. The awards recognized digital creators, brands, and nonprofits who have used their influence for a greater good.[10]

Performers[edit]

The 9th Streamy Awards featured musical performances from Normani and Kim Petras. Petras' performance was introduced by Paris Hilton.[5] The Streamy Purpose Awards featured a musical performance by Savannah Outen.[10]

Performers at the 9th Streamy Awards
Artist(s) Song(s)
Normani "Motivation"
Kim Petras "Icy"
Savannah Outen "The Hard Way"

Winners and nominees[edit]

Rhett & Link of Good Mythical Morning, winners of the Audience Choice Award for Show of the Year
Tana Mongeau, winner of the Audience Choice Award for Creator of the Year
MrBeast, winner of the Breakout Creator awards
David Dobrik, winner of the First Person category, Best Collaboration, Best Ensemble Cast for his vlog, and Best Brand Engagement
Jack Douglass, winner of the Comedy category
Shane Dawson, winner of Best Documentary
Lil Nas X, winner of the Breakthrough Artist award
Joey Graceffa, winner of Best Unscripted Series
Nikita Dragun, winner of the Beauty category
MatPat, winner of the Gaming category
JoJo Siwa, winner of the Kids and Family category
Philip DeFranco, winner of the News category
Mark Rober, winner of the Science or Education category

The nominees were announced on October 16, 2019.[11][12][13] 23 of the awards were announced on December 11 at the Streamy Premiere Awards in Santa Monica, hosted by Niki and Gabi. The remaining awards were announced at the main ceremony at The Beverly Hilton on December 13, 2019.[5] Winners of the categories were selected by the Streamys Blue Ribbon Panel except for the Audience Choice awards which were put to a public vote.[3][14][15]

Winners are listed first, in bold.[5][16][17]

OVERALL
Audience Choice Award for Show of the Year Audience Choice Award for Creator of the Year
Breakout Creator International: Asia Pacific
International: Europe, Middle East, and Africa International: Latin America
  • Camila Loures
Action or Sci-Fi Animated
Comedy Documentary
First Person Podcast
MUSIC AND SOCIAL VIDEO
Breakthrough Artist Live Streamer
SERIES
Scripted Series Unscripted Series
Indie Series
  • The Feels
    • Beef in Brentwood
    • Black Girls Guide to Fertility
    • Damaged Goods (by VAM STUDIO)
    • Take One Thing Off (by Scout Durwood)
SUBJECT AWARDS
Beauty Dance
Fashion Food
  • PatrickStarrr
    • bestdressed
    • Koleen Diaz
    • Sierra Schultzzie
    • With Love, Leena
Gaming Health and Wellness
Kids and Family Lifestyle
News Pop Culture
Science or Education Sports
Technology
PERFORMANCE
Acting Ensemble Cast
Collaboration
  • David Dobrik and Kylie JennerSURPRISING PEOPLE WITH KYLIE JENNER!! (uploaded by David Dobrik)
    • Molly Burke and Dolan TwinsBlindfolded Skydiving w/ The Dolan Twins! (uploaded by Molly Burke)
    • PatrickStarrr and Naomi CampbellNAOMI CAMPBELL MAKEUP TUTORIAL (uploaded by PatrickStarrr)
    • Rebecca Zamolo and The Game Master – Network World’s Largest YOUTUBE Takeover In REAL LIFE at ViDCON! (uploaded by Rebecca Zamolo)
    • Sofie Dossi and Matt Steffanina – 7 Rings - Ariana Grande (uploaded by Sofie Dossi)
CRAFT AWARDS
Cinematography Costume Design
  • Adam Bianchi, Andrew Ilnyckyj, Steven Lim – Worth It
    • Devin Graham – devinsupertramp
    • Jake Koehler – DALLMYD
    • Josh Cassidy – Deep Look
    • Peter McKinnon – Peter McKinnon
Directing Editing
Writing Visual and Special Effects
  • Buttered Side Down
    • Aaron Benitez – Aaron's Animals
    • Caleb Natale – Caleb Natale
    • Jody Steel – Jody Steel
    • Kevin Parry – Kevin Parry

Brand Awards[edit]

The second annual Streamys Brand Awards were presented at a separate event hosted by Emile Ennis Jr. at NeueHouse Hollywood on September 11, 2019 during the IAB Digital Content NewFronts West.[8][9][18] Winners are listed first, in bold.[8][19]

BRAND AWARDS
Branded Content: Series Branded Content: Video
Honorable Mentions
Honorable Mentions
Emerging Platform Influencer Campaign
Honorable Mentions
Honorable Mentions
Social Good Campaign Brand Engagement
Honorable Mentions
Honorable Mentions

Purpose Awards[edit]

Gigi Gorgeous, winner of the Uniter Award at the Purpose Awards

The third annual Purpose Awards were presented at a separate event hosted by Jay Shetty at the YouTube Space LA on December 9, 2019. They featured a performance by Savannah Outen of her song "The Hard Way" and an appearance from special guests Sam and Colby. Purpose Award honorees are listed in bold.[10]

Creator Award
Company or Brand Award
Nonprofit or NGO Award
Uniter Awards

Reception[edit]

Tana Mongeau winning the Audience Choice Award for Creator of the Year proved controversial and was criticized by other creators such as Keemstar, Jake and Logan Paul, and PewDiePie, with many believing that the award should have gone to YouTuber MrBeast who had raised $20 million to plant trees through his Team Trees initiative that year.[20][21][22][23]

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