By Jonathon Dornbush
September 08, 2014 at 02:43 PM EDT
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Though the 2014 Emmy Awards have taken much of the recent awards chatter, the Streamy Awards held on Sunday, Sept. 7 honored another form of entertainment, highlighting the best online videos and their creators.

The big award for the night went to Tyler Oakley, who won the Audience Choice Entertainer of the Year award thanks to the work on his YouTube channel, which currently has over five million subscribers.

Other big winners of the night included My Drunk Kitchen for Best Comedy Series, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries for Best Drama Series, and Vandaveon and Mike, for Best Companion Series—the videos are commentaries of Key & Peele episodes from the comedy duo under their titular pseudonyms.

The Streamys, hosted by Hannah Hart of My Drunk Kitchen and Grace Helbig, also included a tribute to Joan Rivers—who delved into online video, including with many of the night’s winners, in her series In Bed with Joan.

Here’s a full list of the other major winners.

Audience Choice Show of The Year: EnchufeTV

Viner of the Year: Brittany Furlan

Best Gaming Channel: Smosh Games

Best Beauty Program: Missglamorazzi

Best Ensemble Cast: Video Game High School

Best Kids and Family Series: Kids React

Best Fashion Channel: Bethany Mota

Best News and Current Events Show: SourceFed

Best Action/Sci-Fi Series: Video Game High School

Best First Person Channel: Jenna Marbles

Best Original Song: Whistle While I Work It” — Chester See

Best Cover Song: “Daft Punk Mashup” — Pentatonix

Best Music Video: “Goku vs. Superman” — Epic Rap Battles of History

Best Non-fiction or Reality: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee