Riot Games

Riot Games is an American video game developer and publisher. Riot Games is focused on creating player-focused games and also develops other multimedia projects. Riot Games is best known for their debut title, League of Legends, which was released in 2009 and became the most played PC game in the world.


Riot Games

Looks For

Riot Games looks for employees who are creative and passionate about creating the best experiences possible for gamers. Riot Games is dedicated to fostering a high-performing and fair work environment; therefore, they are looking for employees who are ambitious and collaborative.

History of

Riot Games

Riot Games was founded in 2006 by Brandon Beck and Marc Merill and is led by CEO Nicolo Laurent. Riot Games has over 20 offices worldwide and is becoming one of the best companies for millennials interested in technology to work in.

Riot Games

Internship Programs

Riot Games offers an internship program that connects players with a passion for games to different career paths, gives interns mentorship opportunities and career development courses.

Types of Internships:

  • Engineering
  • Design (UI/UX)
  • Data/Analytics

What it's like to Work at

Riot Games

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
User Experience (UX) Design
User Interface (UI) Design
PR / Corporate Communications
Talent Acquisition
People Operations
Project Management
Office Locations
Los Angeles, CA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Juniors, Seniors
  • Offers telecommuting 
  • Offers compressed work weeks
  • Discounted gym memberships
  • Offers paid time off for volunteering

Riot Games

Interview Process

1. Phone interview

This initial phone interview will mostly revolve around your resume and recruiters will try to get to know you. 

2. Video interviews through Google Hangouts

These video interviews will focus on your past work experiences, the skills required for the role, and company value alignment. 

3. Take an assessment 

Depending on the internship you are applying for, you may have to complete coding assessments, brain teasers, and other technical activities.