Seiyuu Awards unveil current standings in the “Most Valuable Seiyuu” category

Seiyuu Awards unveiled today the current standings in the “Most Valuable Seiyu” category. Voting closes on September 30th.

The Seiyuu Awards, official award ceremony that takes place yearly to award seiyuu in the most varied categories, announced the current standings in the voting for the “Most Valuable Seiyu” category. The 14th edition of the seiyuu awards is going to be held in 2020 in date and location to be announced.

Note that these are current standings, final results will be unveiled at a later date and might end up being different.

Here’s the current standings:

1 - Yuto Uemura
2 - Nobuhiko Okamoto
3 - Daisuke Ono
4 - Yuki Kaji 
5 - Hiroshi Kamiya 
6 - Soma Saito
7 - Hiro Shimono 
8 - Makoto Furukawa
9 - Tomoaki Maeno 
10 - Mamoru Miyano

A note that overseas and domestic fans get to, without interference from a judge panel, determine who the MVS or Most Valuable Seiyu is. For this voting only seiyuu that were active from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019 are eligible to be voted by fans.

Voting is open for this category until September 30th and can be done by filling a FORM, sending votes through KADOKAWA’s online form or through Twitter by tweeting the name of the seiyuu you consider most valuable, writing his/her name in kanji, then write his/her name in katakana and use the two hashtags for this year’s edition.

I.e name of the seiyuu in kanji characters + name of the seiyuu in katakana + #声優アワード + #MVS投票14

SOURCE: Seiyuu Awards official website

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. After 6 months in Macau SAR, I am back to being based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate myself to writing about male seiyuu music.

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