Here's a complete list of the Streamy Awards 2018 winners

23 October 2018, 12:57 | Updated: 23 October 2018, 16:34

Liza Koshy Emma Chamberlain Tana Mongeau at Streamys
Liza Koshy, Emma Chamberlain and Tana Mongeau at Streamys. Picture: Getty

By Chandni Sembhi

In case you missed our fave awards show, here is everything you need to know about the winners... and the losers.

Ah, the Streamy Awards... The only awards show to honour exclusively online content creators. We love it! The Try Guys hosted with Eugene in full drag, everyone on the red carpet looked amazing (including the iconic Poppy, who literally bought three gimps along with her. Yes, really) and the night was a lot of wholesome-ish fun.

If you were wondering who won, but can't be bothered to watch the whole event, we've compiled a list of all the winners. You're welcome.

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Action or Sci-Fi - Two Sentence Horror Stories

Animated - Storybooth

Breakout Creator - Emma Chamberlain

Comedy - Brandon Rogers

Documentary - Shane Dawson's 'The Truth About Tanacon'

First Person - David Dobrik

Immersive - Find Me by BlackBoxTV

International - Pautips (Columbia)

Comedy Series - Liza on Demand

Drama Series - Giants

Indie Series - the T

Non-Fiction Series - Hot Ones

Beauty - James Charles

Dance - Matt Steffanina

Fashion - Niki and Gabi

Food - Worth It

Gaming - Ninja

Health and Wellness - Jay Shetty

Kids and Family - Guava Juice

Lifestyle - Merrell Twins

News - The Philip DeFranco Show

Pop Culture - Vogue's '73 Questions'

Science or Education - Marques Brownlee

Sports - Cold As Balls

Live Streamer - Ninja

Story - Gabbie Hanna

Breakthrough Artist - Marshmello

Cover Song - Walk off the Earth covering Girls Like You by Maroon 5

Podcast - 'Not Too Deep' with Grace Helbig

Acting in a Comedy - Liza Koshy in 'Liza on Demand'

Acting in a Drama - Anna Akana in 'Youth & Consequences'

Collboration - Kandee Johnson and Kim Kardashian with Princess Jasmine Transformation

Ensemble Cast - David's Vlog

Cinematography - Joe Sabia with Vogue's '73 Questions'

Costume design - Olivia Hines for 'Escape the Night'

Directing - Jesse Ridgway with 'My Virtual Escape'

Editing - Shane Dawson and Andrew Siwicki with Shane Dawson's 'The Truth About Tanacon'

Visual and Special Effects - Tobias Richter and Ryan Wieber for 'ATROPA'

Writing - DeStorm Power on 'Caught'

Audience Choice: Creator of the Year - Shane Dawson

Audience Choice: Show of the Year - The Try Guys

Milk-Bone® Dog of the Year Honor - Todd the Hero Dog

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So, that's everyone. Those are your winners - and some very worthy winners they were. But the one main take-away from this year's awards? Shane Dawson is unstoppable and The Mind Of Jake Paul is coming to snatch ALL your awards next year.

BYE.