Riot Games going remote in Dublin!
According to game publisher Riot Games, there are plans to build a Remote Broadcast and Content (RBC) Production Centre in Dublin, Ireland. Riot Games’ emerging world scaling strategy necessitated the change.
To begin with, the business plans to create an RBC centre in Dublin, followed by one in Seattle and then another in the Asia-Pacific area. There is a high expectation that each of the facilities will host esports competitions on its own and in partnership with other venues. The new Riot Games headquarters will be at Dublin’s Airside Retail Park, in a former nightclub.
According to the business, more than 120 employment in broadcast engineering, production, event production, and control crew will be created as a result of the new facility’s launch. The Irish government is also supportive of the venture.
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This strategic investment was made possible because of Riot Games’ confidence in the available tech talent, the appealing business environment, and our pleasant evaluation serving our players from all over Europe since we first established here, according to Riot Games’ Managing Director Alan Bridgeman.
“Project Stryker” aims to centralise all of Riot Games’ production and technological capabilities in three major centres across the world, according to Scott Adametz, Riot Games Senior Manager of Infrastructure Engineering.
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In a statement to SVG News, Adametz noted that the new studios would allow regionally focused initiatives to utilise technology from anywhere in the world.
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