phenomenon came to Monday night's 2018 Esports Awards in London, where it took the prize for breakthrough game of the year.
The awards -- hosted by Adam Savage and esports stars Eefje "Sjokz" Depoortere, Alex "Goldenboy" Mendez and Lottie Van Praag -- got plenty of attention from the community, with more than 3.3 million people casting their votes and over 2 million viewers joining the live Twitter stream.
Overwatch was named overall game of the year, and Blizzard, the company behind it, won publisher of the year (it launched an esports app last month). Fortnite star Tyler "
" Blevins won the awards for streamer of the year and personality of the year.
The Esports Awards also announced a charitable "Gaming Fund for Change" partnership with Movember, the charity behind an annual event encouraging men to grow moustaches during November to raise awareness of men's health issues.
"Gaming connects people together globally and working in partnership with the Esports Awards we can reach so many more people to push our message forward which helps save lives" said Justin Coghlan, Movember's co-founder, in a release Tuesday.
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Here's the full list of of Esports Awards winners: