Roll20 has become the first nominee to win a Gold ENnie Award in a single category for four consecutive years since Paizo won Product of the Year in 2010-13. They are also the only winner ever (so far) of the Best Software category, which began in 2013.
Gen Con is the largest tabletop gaming convention in North America, and was held this past weekend in Indianapolis. The ENnie Awards are always held during the Gen Con festivities, and this year Roll20 was thrilled to be awarded the Gold ENnie in the Best Software category.
The Gen Con EN World RPG Awards (the “ENnies”) are an annual fan-based celebration of excellence in tabletop roleplaying gaming. The ENnies provides much-deserved recognition to industry members, including game designers, writers, artists — and even virtual tabletops!
Nominations for the ENnies are accepted by a select panel of judges. In order to qualify for the Best Software category in subsequent years, Roll20 has had to show significant updates that are considered as the new submission. As a people’s choice award, the final winners are voted upon online by the gaming public. Each consecutive award is earned due to our continued improvements, always bringing us closer to our goal of being the ultimate tabletop gaming software.
Since Roll20 launched in 2012, we have won the Gold ENnie Award for Best Software all four years — every single year we’ve been nominated, from 2013-2016. We’re very proud of our fourth consecutive win, and we’re grateful to our wonderful community for voicing their support.