Gaimin Gladiators Mid Laner Quinn's Stellar Year Earns Esports Awards Nomination

Dorjee Palzang
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Quinn "Quinn" Callahan, also known as CCnC, the mid laner for Gaimin Gladiators, has been nominated for the prestigious Esports Player of the Year award, recognizing his remarkable contributions across various esports titles.
Esportsawards.com unveiled the list of nominees for Esports Player of the Year, acknowledging top-notch performances and innovation within the esports industry
Quinn faces fierce competition from esports luminaries like NiKo, Maru, ZywOo, Hunter, Knight, Alfajer, Demon1, and Chovy. His humility and gratitude for the nomination showcase his character as a role model for aspiring esports players.

Gaimin Gladiators' midlaner Quinn "CCnC" Callahan has a chance of being crowned as the best esports players of 2023. He is now among the distinguished nominees for the title of Esports Player of the Year, an accolade annually presented by Esportsawards.com that transcends the boundaries of any single game to honor the industry's most outstanding player.

An Exceptional Year for Quinn

The Esports Awards, a reputable platform that celebrates excellence and innovation across various aspects of esports, recently unveiled the nominees vying for the prestigious title of "Esports Player of The Year." Quinn's nomination underscores his remarkable year-long performance, which has garnered widespread attention within the esports community.

With Quinn as its midlaner, Gaimin Gladiators have achieved notable success in several high-profile tournaments, claiming victory at the ESL One Berlin Major 2023 and the Lima Major 2023. Currently, the team is actively competing in the DreamLeague Season 21, continuing their quest for excellence. Additionally, Gaimin Gladiators have received recognition with a nomination for "Best Esports Team of The Year."

However, Quinn Callahan faces formidable competition in his pursuit of the Esports Player of the Year title. His fellow nominees include esteemed esports athletes including:

  • Cho "Maru" Seong-ju (StarCraft II)

  • Mathieu "ZywOo" Herbaut (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)

  • Nemanja "Hunter" Kovač (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)

  • Zhuo "Knight" Ding (League of Legends)

  • Emir "Alfajer" Beder (VALORANT)

  • Max "Demon1" Mazanov (Valorant)

  • Jung "Chovy" Ji-hun (League of Legends)

Quinn’s response and where to vote 

Quinn's nomination is a reflection of his exceptional contributions to the esports world, serving as an inspiration to aspiring players. In a uncharacteristically modest manner, he recently expressed his gratitude and awe for the nomination through a Twitter post, stating, "No shot I win but it's kinda cool to get nominated ty."

The opportunity to shape the outcome of this prestigious award now lies in the hands of fans and enthusiasts. Voting is open and will remain so until the 20th of November 2023. To cast your vote and show support for your preferred esports athlete, visit the Esports Awards website at https://esportsawards.com/vote/.

The eagerly anticipated Esports Awards ceremony is slated to take place in Las Vegas on the 29th and 30th of November 2023. During this event, the winners will be announced, with the Esports Awards broadcasted live across various major streaming platforms.

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