WWE have bagged as many as forty awards at the 15th annual of W3 Awards. The award honours the best Websites, Marketing, Video, Mobile, Social and Podcasts across the globe.
A big night for WWE at W3 Awards
The New Day: Feel the Power podcast has won five awards. The show won Best in Show award for Best Individual Episode for Podcasts for the June 6 edition of the show which showcased, “A Conversation About Racial Injustice.”
The New Day: Feel the Power also won under the categories of Podcasts – General Series – Entertainment for Podcasts, Podcast Features – Best Series for Podcasts, and Podcast Features – Best Host for Podcasts.
‘After the Bell’ podcast, hosted by Corey Graves won five awards as well. The show picked up Gold for Podcast Features – Best Individual Episode for Podcasts, Podcast Features – Best Individual Episode for Podcasts, Podcasts – General Series – Sports for Podcasts, and Podcast Features – Best Series for Podcasts.
WWE was recognised for its activities on social media platforms- Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter. They also won Gold trophy for Social Features – Best Social Presence.
WWE Instagram, Snapchat, WWE YouTube and TikTok all captured victories, and WWE Facebook and Twitter each won once.
The WWE Network also landed a total of 16 awards for the shows including Gold for Undertaker: The Last Ride, Ruthless Aggression, World’s Strongest Man: The Mark Henry Story, 24: Edge – The Second Mountain, 24: Revolutionary – The Year of Ronda Rousey, 24: WrestleMania New York and Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: The Undertaker.
The pro-wrestling giants’ The Bump won Gold for General Video – Entertainment for Video, and Silver for Best Web Personality/Host for Video won by the host Kayla Braxton.
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