This makes two consecutive wins for the reality show host.
On Saturday RuPaul had twins, he won his second consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program category.
Saturday's show was the creative arts presentation which precedes the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards show to air on Sunday, September 17.
"I am beyond grateful to the Television Academy for giving love to our show again this year,” said Rupaul from DragCon over the weekend. “Providing an international platform for 113 outrageous, courageous and talented queens has been the greatest reward of all. None of this would be possible it weren’t for the incredible cast and crew of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and my partners at World of Wonder and VH1."
RuPaul’s Drag Race was up for seven awards, including Outstanding Costumes and Picture Editing.
For the Primetime Emmy’s, Drag Race will compete for Best Reality Competition Series.
It was announced in August that VH1 geenlit a third season of the interim show RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.
That show is scheduled to premiere in early 2018.