SHOWCASING TOP CLASS PERFORMANCE AND INNOVATION.
Created by the team behind the Esports Awards, the Mobies is a new initiative to document, recognize, and reward excellence in the mobile industry.
We believe in the power and potential of mobile gaming and we strive to recognize, celebrate and celebrate those who make this industry what it is.
Our ambition is to establish our award ceremony as the preeminent event for recognizing excellence in mobile gaming. We aim to become the go-to destination for developers, teams, organizations and gamers alike to discover the latest and greatest innovations in mobile games and to honor the best of the best in the industry.
We believe in the importance of inclusivity, accessibility, and diversity. Our award ceremony celebrates games that are accessible to players of all skill levels, and we prioritize initiatives that promote inclusivity and diversity. We also aim to promote positive social values, such as cooperation, kindness, and environmental sustainability.
Develop innovative ways of managing & preserving globally run initiatives that make the flourishing mobile gaming industry what it is. We act as an impartial entity across all parties.
Ensure that success and achievement are celebrated globally, among peers and the public.
Honor top-class performance and innovation from actors across the industry, from players, teams, media, hardware providers, to publishers or event organizers.
We hope to inspire and encourage the industry to push the boundaries of what is possible in mobile gaming and to provide gamers with an exciting and engaging experience that they will never forget.
CURATED BY THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY
The Mobies has been created by the team behind the Esports Awards, the industry-acclaimed award ceremony watched by +20M people every year.
The project is co-founded by Matt “MobileMatt” Rutledge, a mobile esports veteran. Before co-founding BAYZ, Matt was Director of Mobile Gaming at Complexity Gaming, one of America’s most elite and longest-standing esports organizations.
SELECTED BY THE BEST OF THE BEST
The panel behind the Mobies is made of 9 industry experts recognised internationally for their knowledge, experience and passion for mobile gaming.
Alicia Morote Oliver
Alicia Morote Oliver is co-founder and COO of TQ Group, one of the most relevant business groups in the esports sector in Spain. She studied Law and Business Administration and Management at ICADE (E3). She was a tax lawyer at Uria Menendez, and has worked in other companies dedicated to the management and organization of events related to esports and video games.
Ana Xisdê is a Brazilian esports hostess and gaming influencer. Working professionally with Esports for over 6 years, Ana became the Best Caster in Brazil in 2019 by Prêmio Esports Brazil (Brazilian Esports Awards) and finalist for Host of the Year by the Esports Awards three times in a row. She stared for professional career with Overwatch and is known for her work with Free Fire, but she is very present in various game titles and events in Brazil.
Diego Soro has a degree in telecommunications engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona and an executive MBA from IE Business School. He has been working as a technological consultant in both small and large companies, such as Accenture and is CSO of Team Heretics.
Jeff “SuiJeneris” Chau
Jef has been at ground zero for the beginning of mobile esports and was GM/Head of Mobile TSM, GM/Head of Mobile Immortals Gaming Club; Team Liquid; Analyst Commentator for the 18th Asia Games Jakarta-Palembang, World Cyber Games Xi’an 2019, Tencent Games, Supercell, Red Bull Esports, Super League Gaming, and Super Evil Megacorp.
Wasif Ahmed is a journalist from India, covering mobile gaming and esports since 2019. With over 4 years of experience in the mobile gaming industry, he has witnessed the rapid rise and evolution of handheld gaming. His favourite mobile game right now is CoD Mobile, but it could soon become Warzone Mobile when it releases.
The judging process for the Mobies, typically involves several steps. Here is a general overview:
The judging panel creates a shortlist for each category based on their own experience and expertise to be voted on by the public. The shortlist typically includes 8 to 12 finalists per category.
The shortlist is voted on by the international community on mobileawards.com
The winners will be announced live during the Mobies ceremony on July 14th. The ceremony will be held in Los Angeles and attended by industry insiders. The Mobies will also be broadcast live online and on TV.