Vote Now in the Anime UK News Readers’ Choice Awards 2018!

Thanks for your interest! The deadline for voting has now passed, and we are now verifying and tallying up the votes. Watch this space for the final results soon…

Your nominations have been counted and the shortlists drawn up – which means there’s only one thing left to do: Formally open the Anime UK News Reader’s Choice Awards, a search for the very best anime, manga, and light novels of the year, chosen by the ever-wonderful Anime UK News readership.

Like last year, we’ve compiled 21 categories encompassing the entire UK anime, manga, and light novel industry – and every single winner will be decided by popular vote. Voting opens today and will run for two weeks, until midnight on the 16th of January 2018.

The rules for voting are:

  • Voting is open to everyone, even if you’re not already a member of Anime UK News.
  • All questions are optional, and you may fill in as many or as few as you wish. The one exception is the identification question at the end of the quiz, which is mandatory for verification purposes.
  • Most questions have a write-in option, which can be used by clicking “Other,” typing the full name of your nomination, and then clicking the tick to finalise it.
  • The winners of each award will be announced within two weeks after voting closes on the 15th January 2018.
  • Only one vote will be accepted from each person. If duplicate entries are found, only the latest will be counted.
  • Entries may be rejected at the discretion of the judging staff, for the explicit purpose of ensuring the awards are representative and fair. All decisions regarding the authenticity of an entry will be final.

And with all that, it’s time to go vote! Click the big red button below and let us know your picks for the Anime UK News Reader’s Choice Awards! If you go through the survey and spot any errors, let us know by contacting us via Twitter, our forums, or our Discord server, and we’ll see what we can do!

Teapot

Teapot is Anime UK News' editor-in-chief and webmaster, and is fond of slice-of-life anime, PC gaming, and Pokémon. When not working as a consultant web developer, Teapot writes, plays video games, and is regularly terrorised by a rabbit.

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