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Tyler Oakley wins big at Streamys

The YouTuber is among digital content creators recognized for using the platform to make a difference in viewers' lives.
September 8, 2014

Tyler Oakley took home two of the biggest awards at the Streamy Awards Sunday night, where digital-content creators like him showed they are not just interested in boosting their web celebrity but also want to make a difference in people’s lives.

“As time has gone on as a YouTuber I’ve gotten to use my platform hopefully to tell my people about The Trevor Project and what they do. I hope that if there’s one thing you take home from me tonight, it’s that you’re not alone if you’re feeling like you’re going through it, there are tons of people who care,” Oakley said, after receiving the first-ever Icon award for activism. The Trevor Project, which Oakley says he interned with a couple of years ago, provides crisis intervention to LGBTQ youth.

Oakley (pictured top) also took home the audience choice award for entertainer of the year. Fans also voted Spanish-language comedy Enchufe TV the show of the year.

Beauty vlogger Michelle Phan said she was glad she wore waterproof mascara as she accepted the Icon award for inspiration. Phan dedicated the award to her fans and fellow YouTubers. “You know how hard it its to create this platform, and to create this vision and bring it to life,” she said.

A self-made entrepreneur, Phan works wonders with makeup but also promotes self-confidence and hard work.

2014-09-07 20.47.41Among other well-known actors, vloggers and creators who were recognized are Jenna Marbles (pictured right), who won for best first-person channel show or series, Joey Graceffa who won for best actor in a drama, and Chester See who won for best original song. A complete list of winners is below:

Channel, Show or Series – Overall

Best Comedy (Channel, Show or Series) – My Drunk Kitchen

Best Companion (Channel, Show or Series) – Vandaveon and Mike (Key & Peele)

Best Drama (Channel, Show or Series) – The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

Best Non-Fiction or Reality (Channel, Show or Series) – Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Channel, Show or Series – Subject

Best Action or Sci-Fi (Channel, Show or Series) – Video Game High School

Best Beauty (Channel, Show or Series) – Missglamorazzi

Best Dance (Channel, Show or Series) – Jabbawockeez

Best Fashion (Channel, Show or Series) – Bethany Mota

Best Food and Cuisine (Channel, Show or Series) – Epic Meal Time

Best Gaming (Channel, Show or Series) – Smosh Games

Best Health and Wellness (Channel, Show or Series) – Blogilates

Best Kids and Family (Channel, Show or Series) – Kids React

Best News and Current Events (Channel, Show or Series) – SourceFed

Best Pranks (Channel, Show or Series) – Jack Vale

Best Science and Education (Channel, Show or Series) – Vsauce

Best Sports (Channel, Show or Series) – Red Bull

Special

Best Animated (Channel, Show or Series) – RWBY

Best First Person (Channel, Show or Series) – Jenna Marbles

Best Indie (Channel, Show or Series) – Little Horribles

Best International (Channel, Show or Series) – Noob (France)

1410125008275Performance

Best Actress in a Comedy – Mamrie Hart, You Deserve A Drink

Best Actress in a Drama – Ashley Clements, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

Best Actor in a Comedy – David Milchard, Convos with My 2-Year-Old

Best Actor in a Drama – Joey Graceffa, Storytellers

Best Collaboration – Zach Galifianakis and President Barack Obama, Between Two Ferns

Best Ensemble Cast –Josh Blaylock, Johanna Braddy, Brian Firenzi, Ellary Porterfield, Cynthia Watros, Jimmy Wong, Freddie Wong, Harley Morenstein, Brennan Murray, and Joey Scoma, Video Game High School

Music

Best Cover Song – Pentatonix, Daft Punk Mashup (Daft Punk)

Best Music Video – Goku vs Superman, Epic Rap Battles of History

Best Musical Artist, Lindsey Stirling

Best Original Song – Whistle While I Work It, Chester See

Craft

Best Choreography – Mortal Kombat: Legacy II, Garrett Warren and Larnell Stovall

Best Cinematography – Devinsupertramp, Devin Graham

Best Costume Design – Epic Rap Battles of History, Sulai Lopez

Best Directing – Video Game High School, Matt Arnold and Freddie Wong

Best Editing – Kids React, Dan Seibert, Justin Reager, Benny Fine, Rafi Fine, and Jordan Towles

Best Original Score – RWBY, Jeff Williams

Best Visual and Special Effects – Action Movie Kid, Daniel Hashimoto

Best Writing – Epic Rap Battles of History, Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore, and Mike Betette

Vine

Best Vine Comedian – DeStorm Power

Best Vine Creativity – Zach King

Viner of the Year – Brittany Furlan

Campaign or Event

Best Brand Campaign – Need For Speed: Ken Block’s Gymkhana Six (Need For Speed)

Best Live Event – #Tubeathon 2013

Best Public Service – YouTube Stars Talk Health Care at the White House

Television

Best Television Show – Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Audience Choice

Entertainer of the Year – Tyler Oakley

Show of the Year – EnchufeTV

About The Author
Melita Kuburas is the editor of StreamDaily. You can reach her directly at press[at]streamdaily.tv or on Twitter @melitakuburas

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