15 million fans voted for Crunchyroll’s Anime Awards. That’s a significant rise from the 11 million votes from last year.
Dividing those 15 million up by countries, the United Kingdom lists fourth, proving that these lands have no shortage of anime fans. Compared to the year before, that’s a 50% rise in British voters.
Crunchyroll clearly has reach, and that’s why AT&T were able to command a $1.2 billion price tag when they sold the platform late last year to Sony Pictures and Aniplex’s Funimation.
So, which shows won?
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Anime of the Year
Anime of the Year is Jujutsu Kaisen.
Best Animation is Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
Best Fantasy is Re:ZERO -Starting Life In Another World- (Season 2).
Best Drama is Fruits Basket (Season 2).
Best Comedy is Kaguya-sama: Love Is War?
Best Girl goes to Kaguya Shinomiya of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War?
Best Boy goes to Shoyo Hinata of Haiku!! To The Top.
Best Protagonist goes to Catarina Claes of My Next Life As A Villainess: All Routes Lead To Doom!
Best Antagonist goes to Ryomen Sukuna of Jujutsu Kaisen.
Best Fight Scene
Best Fight Scene goes to Deku Vs. Overhaul in My Hero Academia Season 4.
Best Score goes to Kevin Penkin for Tower of God.
Best Director goes to Masaaki Yuasa for Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
Best Character Design
Best Character Design goes to Mayuka Ito and Original Designs By Aidairo for Toilet-bound Hanako-kun.
Best Couple goes to Nasa Yuzaki & Tsukasa Yuzak in Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You.
Best VA Performance (JP)
Best VA Performance (JP) goes to Yusuke Kobayashi As Natsuki Subaru in Re:ZERO -Starting Life In Another World- (Season 2).
Best VA Performance (EN)
Best VA Performance (EN) goes to Zeno Robinson As Hawks in My Hero Academia Season 4.
Best Opening Sequence (OP)
Best Opening Sequence (OP) goes to Wild Side! by ALI in Beastars.
Best Ending Sequence (ED)
Best Ending Sequence (ED) goes to Lost in Paradise by ALI (featuring AKLO) in Jujutsu Kaisen.
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