Mission: Riot aspires to be the most player-focused company in the world.
I worked at Riot Games part-time
nice place to work and friendly
customers could often be very rude
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Riot Games.
3 phone interviews and a super day (5 interviews, including lunch). Be prepared to answer some technical questions about the role you're applying for. They really expect you to know your stuff. Questions vary between your experience, and how you'd react in certain situations, as well as case studies. Feels casual, but they definitely have a list of questions in front of them that you need to answer impressively. They didn't take much time to get to know me - each interviewer went straight into the questions. Make sure you're prepared and in a quiet environment!
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In 2012 we wrote our manifesto: a statement of who we believed we were as a young company still at the beginning of its journey. It served us well for many years, but didn’t evolve along with us. Today, we need values that represent who we want to be for our next chapter.
On our website are our updated values. We talked to more than 1,700 Rioters, asking them who we need to be to deliver on our promise to players. To make these values true, we promise to institutionalize these values throughout Riot, so they become a part of every Rioter’s daily reality.
Our ambition is that Riot will be the best place to work for all those who are passionate about our mission.