Announcing the Co-Hosts of the 2014 ENni...

The ENnie Awards is proud to present the co-hosts for this years ceremony to take place on Friday, August 15: Bill Cavalier and Jen Page! We are excited to have such luminaries co-hosting the event and we look forward to seeing you there. Bill Cavalier aka THE DUNGEON BASTARD Born during a rare convergence between Asgard and the Elemental Plane of Badassitude, Bill Cavalier aka THE DUNGEON BASTARD has inspired thousands of gamers with his peerless wit and brash advice. Whether it’s choosing a race (anything that ends in “warf”), choosing a weapon...

Videos of the 2013 Ceremony now online!

We are happy to announce that all videos for the 2013 ceremony are now online. If you weren’t able to view live-streaming, now’s your chance! If you just want to watch a specific category’s announcement and acceptance, here’s your chance!...

Post-ENnies Reactions From Winners

Including Wil Wheaton’s acceptance speech, comments from an official WotC representative, and reactions from Green Ronin, Cubicle 7, Modiphius, Paizo Publishing, Catalyst Game Labs, Privateer Press, Goodman Games, Pelgrane Press, and...

ENnies LiveStream Info

This year, the ENnie Awards will be livestreamed for anyone who wishes to watch. You will be able to get to the channel directly here or through the link on the right. It will also be posted to the front page of EN World. Livestreaming will start on Friday, August 16, at 6:30pm...

Voting Booths Close at Midnight EDT Toni...

This is it everyone! This is your last day to vote in the ENnies. If you have already, thank you very much for your support! If you haven’t, click those links to the right and vote! Booths close at midnight EDT...

Information on the 2013 ENnie Awards Cer...

August 16 @ 6:30 pm: Doors to the Union Station Grand Hall open for Cocktail Reception and Silent Auction.  Cash bar available. 7:30 pm: Dr. Mary Crowell and Publisher Karaoke 8:00 pm: Ceremony begins After a few opening remarks, the award presentations get underway.  Nominees are read off and shown on the big screen, silver award winner announced first, then gold.  A brief clip of “winner’s walk” music pre-selected by the nominee is played upon announcement of the win.  Winners are expected to keep their speeches to the 1-3 minute range.  In addition to the winning...