Thanks to everyone who waited patiently for this year’s tournament and award ceremony to finish. Again I apologize for the tardiness and will do my best to not repeat this in 2018. With that out of the way let’s take a look at the results.
Check out the exact percentages HERE.
Let’s first go over the Big 3 championships.
It’s another clean sweep this year like it was in the 2016 tournament with Izetta: The Last Witch taking all the gold. This year all the belts go to Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.
- Tohru and Miss Kobayashi are the 2017 Yuri Tag Team Champions.
- Kanna is the 2017 Yuricontinental Champion
- Tohru is the 2017 Yuri World Champion
Despite the strong competition they took all the gold and it’s well deserved to be honest. One would say it’s due to them winning Best Comedy Anime of 2017 at the controversial 2017 Crunchyroll Anime Awards but they’re already raking in the votes before that.
Ange and Princess from Princess Principal came in second in all the big title matches.
Let’s move on to the awards starting with the newly introduced OT3 Championship. And the winners are…
The Perfect Team of KanaMariDia! ChiRiYou came in 2nd and HinaYuaKui in 3rd. Congratulations ladies!
Next up is Best Yuri Moment of 2017. And the award goes to…
Princess’ Promise from Princess Principal. 2nd went to Miss Kobayashi vs Tohru’s Dad and 3rd to I don’t Want You to Go! from New Game!! 2.
Next award, Best Antagonist of 2017 goes to…
Croix from Little Witch Academia TV by a landslide. She didn’t commit the greatest of crimes when one to stops to think about it but she caused a lot of trouble and was oh so dashing. I imagine the latter was what gave her the win. Contrary to what was said and shown in The Incredibles, capes rule! It helped Altair from RE;Creators get 2nd place. The psychotic Midari Ikishima from Kakegurui came in 3rd. I wonder how many fans figured out why I nominated Coach Tanahashi from Two Car as an antagonist?
Last but not least we have the 2017 Iono-Sama Award. Who was the best Yuri Harem Queen this year?
It’s Yuzu from Konohana Kitan! YAY! Konohana Kitan won something! So proud. Yumeko from Kakegurui came in 2nd and Lucifer from sin: Nanatsu no Taizai got 3rd.
My best guess as to why Hina Logi didn’t win anything is because the competition was fierece but most importantly not enough people stuck around until the very end where eyes were opened. Oh well. At least I know I did all I could to get as many eyes on it as possible. In any case Konohana Kitan won an award and that makes me very happy.
Thank you again to everyone who participated in this year’s tournament and award ceremony. Here’s hoping the 2018 awards won’t be as tardy.