UK Esports Awards presenters announced

The UK Esports Awards powered by G FUEL – the awards ceremony that recognises top talent in UK esports – has announced who will be presenting on the big night.

Elle Osili-Wood and Ceirnan "Excoundrel" Lowe are the hosts for the evening, which takes place on Saturday July 7th at ESL Studio 1 in Leicester.

Elle is an experienced freelance video gaming and esports presenter, having talked games for the BBC, Sky News, The Guardian, Ginx Esports TV and more, while Excoundrel has a strong background within UK esports and beyond, casting a range of tournaments and titles from League of Legends to Vainglory, Rainbow Six and others.

The pair will be hosting the UK Esports Awards and announcing the winners across a range of categories, the finalists of which are due to be revealed soon.

Elle said: "I'm thrilled to be co-hosting the very first UK Esports Awards, especially during such a momentous year for the UK scene. We've seen huge events and incredible growth in the esports industry, so I'm looking forward to celebrating the people who make it all happen."

Ceirnan added: "I am incredibly excited to be part of such a wonderful grassroots event here in the UK and looking forward to a wonderful evening."

UK Esports Awards co-founder Dom Sacco commented: "The team and I are thrilled to have such a talented pair of hosts on board for the first UK Esports Awards, they have a great mix of experience and I'm sure they will make the awards a memorable event."

The UK Esports Awards partners include G FUEL, AOC, Overclockers UK, noblechairs and Presteigne, and media partners include Esports Insider and Nozzabox. The awards were devised by Esports News UK and UKCSGO founders Dom Sacco and Adam Heath.

The show starts at 6pm on Saturday July 7th - make sure you tune in via the UKCSGO Twitch stream and we'll see you there.


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