WWE wins Best in Show, three Gold and 22 Silver W3 Awards
WWE.com, WWE Network and WWE’s social media have been recognized for their creative excellence by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) with 26 total W3 Awards, including three Gold Awards, 22 Silver Awards and Best in Show.
With more than 800 million followers across multiple platforms, WWE’s overall Social Media efforts earned a Best in Show Award for Social Media presence.
Other awards for social media efforts included WWE’s Facebook 360 graphic for Hell in a Cell featuring Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins, which won a Gold Award for Social Features – Experimental & Innovation. The New Day’s WrestleMania 360 entrance won Silver in the same category.
The WWE Show on Snapchat won three Silver Awards, and WWE on Facebook won a Silver for Social Features - Best Use of Video. The WrestleMania 33 Kickoff Live Stream on Facebook won Silver for Social Content & Marketing – Entertainment.
WWE Game Night and Southpaw Regional Wrestling each won Gold Awards for Online Video – Comedy, Extended or Series. WWE Game Night also earned a Silver Award for Online Video – Web Series. Southpaw Regional Wrestling also won two additional Silver Awards for Branded Content – Long-Form and Branded Content – Series.
Superstar Ink and My Son/Daughter is a WWE Superstar each earned Silver Awards for Online Video – Documentary and Online Video – Web Series. Where Are They Now? also won Silver for Online Video – Web Series, as well as Silver for Video Features – Editing. The Bella Twins makeup tutorial, BellaGlam, took home Silver honors for Online Video – Web Series.
The slow-motion video of WWE’s giants breaking the ring also won Silver for Online Video – Sports.
The WWE App with WWE Network earned Silver for Mobile Apps, and WWE.com won two Silver Awards for General Website Categories – Entertainment and Website Features – Home Page.
AIVA presents the W3 Awards every year to the very best in websites, web advertising, mobile sites/apps and web video.