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Each year, we celebrate the fantastic games, tools, and experiences you have created using Unity. This year is no different! The Unity Awards are back, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the finalists with you. This is your opportunity to weigh in on your favorite projects across games, virtual reality (VR), film, industry applications, and more.

In gaming and beyond, our community continues to entertain, teach and inspire us. We are continually astounded by the rich worlds of content you immerse us in. The 2019 Unity Awards span 15 categories, from “Best mobile game” to “Best development tool,” to celebrate accomplishments by students and industry professionals alike.

We’ve expanded our film category this year to include other forms of popular entertainment, like music and brand experiences (Best project in Media & Entertainment).

And we have new categories to recognize how creators are innovating with Unity technology to break ground in industries beyond gaming. In the architecture, engineering & construction (AEC) industry, creators are shaping the world using Unity to design and build. Meanwhile, the automotive, transportation & manufacturing industries are driving us into the future with real-time 3D for truly collaborative design, training simulation for self-driving cars, and innovative in-car interfaces. Check out the noteworthy examples shortlisted this year.

Since 2008, the Unity Awards have highlighted the hard work, creativity, and dedication that you put into your projects. We can’t wait to see what you have in store for us next year.

Join us in celebrating by voting for 2019’s best. The awards are open now until 11:59 pm PST December 19, 2019. The winners for each category will be announced shortly after.

Tell us about your favorites in the comments below.




4 replies on “Unity Awards 2019: Voting is open”

Is it still possible to submitt a game in student game category ?
I’ve sent many emails about this contest :)
Thank you

+1 to Write-ins, there are some great games missing there.
And I wouldn’t say My Friend Pedro really fits in the «Best 2D visuals» category since it’s completely 3D

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