Voting for Crunchyroll’s 2023 Anime Awards is Open NOW

Crunchyroll is one of the leading streaming sites for anime, and after its merger with Funimation last year, it has grown even bigger. Every year, Crunchyroll hosts an Anime Awards show, and as of today, voting for the best anime from 2022 is LIVE! Votes can be cast here or on Twitter. You can vote once a day, every day, until voting closes on January 25 at 5:00 PM (PT).

Anime lovers can choose from nominees across 22 different categories. Those categories are:

  1. Anime of the Year
  2. Best Original Anime
  3. Best Character Design
  4. Best Animation
  5. Best New Series
  6. Best Continuing Series
  7. Best Opening Sequence
  8. Best Ending Sequence
  9. Best Score
  10. Best Film
  11. Best Anime Song
  12. Best Director
  13. Best Main Character
  14. Best Supporting Character
  15. “Must Protect At All Costs” Character
  16. Best Action
  17. Best Comedy
  18. Best Drama
  19. Best Fantasy
  20. Best Romance
  21. Best Voice Artist Performance (Japanese)
  22. Best Voice Artist Performance

The heaviest hitters, all of whom have been nominated for 10 or more categories, are SPY X FAMILY, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2, and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District ArcRanking of Kings, My Dress-Up Darling, and Lycoris Recoil are also strong contenders with nominations in at least 5 categories. Who will actually WIN the most awards, however, remains to be seen.

The winners will be announced during a live show on March 4, which takes place in Tokyo but will be streaming online. The exact time of the show has yet to be revealed.

Who will you be voting for in the 2023 Anime Awards?

About Gabby Bibus

Gabby has been obsessed with anime since she was just 9 years old, and is proud to say she has watched over 200 different series. But that’s not even her biggest claim to fame: she also lives on a farm with over 80 goats! Although anime and animals are her two favorite things in the world, she also loves music, books, and movies. Her day job is a middle school ESL teacher, and she is also a staff member at the New Jersey Renaissance Faire.

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