Winner MGE 2023
Winner MGE 2023

Tim Küsters  from The Netherlands wins the title in Alnwick Gardens, England. 8 countries take part.

Winner MGE 2022
Winner MGE 2022

Paul Dennison from England wins the title in  Alnwick Gardens, England. 6 countries take part.

Winner MGE 2021
Winner MGE 2021

Mr Gay Europe 2021 is canceled due to the aftermath of the covid pandemic.

Winner MGE 2020
Winner MGE 2020

Mr Gay Europe 2020 is canceled due to the covid pandemic that is ravaging the world.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Enrique Doleschy, Mr Gay Europe 2018, joins the Mr Gay Europe Team as Delegate Executive with main responsibility for delegates and producers.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Stuart Hatton, who for the last three years has been Managing Director of the organization, steps down to focus on his Dance Academy in the UK. He continues as the National Director for England, Scotland and Wales.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Nick Flanagan, previous delegate and volunteer officially becomes part of the Mr Gay Europe Team responsible for Delegate Health And Wellbeing.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Robbie Lawlor, previous delegate and volunteer officially becomes part of the Mr Gay Europe Team as Delegate Liaison.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Attorney Coenie Kukkuk from South Africa joins the Mr Gay Europe Team as International Human Rights Advisor. Mr Kukkuk has been on the judging panel for several years.

Winner MGE 2019
Winner MGE 2019

Alexander Petrov from Bulgaria wins the title in Cologne, Germany. 6 countries are in the finale.

Winner MGE 2018
Winner MGE 2018

Enrique Doleschy from Germany wins the title in Poznan, Poland. 10 countries take part.

Milestone
Milestone

Niels Jansen is the first transsexual WTM in Mr Gay Europe, competing for the title in Poland. Niels was 1st Runner Up.

Winner MGE 2017
Winner MGE 2017

Matt Rood from England wins the title in Stockholm, Sweden. 12 countries take part.

Winner MGE 2016
Winner MGE 2016

Raf Van Puymbroeck from Belgium wins the title in Oppdal, Norway. 10 countries take part.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Previous delegates Nick Flanagan and Robbie Lawlor join the Mr Gay Europe Team as Trained Medic and Delegate Liaison.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Stuart Hatton Jr, who competed in Mr Gay Europe in 2014 and placed 1st runner up, joins the Mr Gay Europe Team as Managing Director.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Beate Adriana joins the MGE Team full time as Producer of Mr Gay Europe, having been with the organisation since the beginning in various roles such as Photographer and Webmaster among other things.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Dieter Sapper retires as Vice President due to restructuring of the organisation.

Wrong Direction
Wrong Direction

The MGE Team feels that the competition is heading in the wrong direction and moving away from the original ideals and decides to cancel MGE 2015.

Change Of Management
Change Of Management

Dieter Sapper, official producer for Austria, Germany and Switzerland, joins the Mr Gay Europe Team as Vice President.