Last week, we were nominated for several ENNIES awards, which we’re still over the moon about. I wrote about it at the beginning of this week, so check out this blog post for more information.
As of today, you can vote in the ENNIES! Here’s how to do it!
First, go to this page, which is where the voting is happening. You don’t have to vote in every category, though you’re welcome to do so! Click on the name of any categories you want to vote in, which will take you to the page for that voting. (As a reminder, the categories that we’re nominated for are “Best Aid/Accessory – Non-Digital”, “Best Family Game/Product”, “Best Game”, “Best Layout and Design”, “Best Podcast”, “Best RPG Related Product”, and “Product of the Year”, and we’re eligible for “Fan Favorite Publisher” as well. However, feel free to vote for as many categories and as many products as you care about!)
In the voting page, use the drop down boxes to rank your favorites, leaving out any you don’t like or know about. Ranking certain products lower won’t hurt them — any ranked vote is a good one, especially if the votes come down to the wire, so only rank/vote on the ones you want to see succeed and leave the others blank!
After you’ve ranked the products that you want to vote for, click the big “VOTE” button at the bottom of the page, which will take you back to the listing to vote again for another category.
When you’re done voting for all of the categories you’re interested in, simply leave the page! The votes you input are recorded immediately, so make sure that when you click “VOTE” in each category, you’re satisfied with your choices. No takesy-backsies
The voting is live from today through next Friday, August 27th, but don’t wait! Vote early, and tell all your friends to vote, as well! We really hope that we can eke out some Silver (or even Gold?!) ENNIES awards this year, but that’s only possible with your help!
Now go vote! And spread the word!
Co-founder of Greater Than Games. Designer of the Multiverse and more. Writer of Sentinel Comics. Co-host of The Letters Page podcast. Pronouns: he/him.