Diversity, Inclusion, & Culture
“Building a Riot Games where everyone can thrive.”
We’re focused on two big work streams to make Riot a great home for people who love making games: setting a high bar for diversity and inclusion (D&I), and fostering a fair, collaborative, high-performing culture.
To get there, we’re driven by a few simple beliefs. We believe:
That when teams are both diverse and inclusive they win. Every time.
That leveraging our strengths, knowing our weaknesses, and being honest about both is the best way to succeed, whether that’s in the office or in a game.
That we must call out sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, ageism, religious discrimination, and bigotry of all kinds.
That work can be a place where you make lifelong friends, partner with clutch teammates, and embrace the joy of making games.
These beliefs will help us surface the best ideas, challenge the status quo, and ultimately make better games.
Sometimes we’ve fallen short of making these beliefs a reality. We launched this page so that everyone can see that we are backing up our words with actions and can keep track of our progress.
Our Annual Diversity and Inclusion Progress Report is live
In a year when we launched new games during a pandemic, we also kept focused on our commitment to fostering diverse perspectives and work towards creating an inclusive culture.
Annual Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Progress Report - August 2021
Changing the Face of Gaming at 2021 Virtual San Diego Comic-Con
Underrepresented Founders Program One Year In
Celebrating Pride With You
Angela Roseboro LABJ D&I Exec of the Year
Celebrating Black History Month
The 2021 Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index
Mental Health, Diversity, and Games
Angela Roseboro in Inclusion Magazine
Angela Roseboro on Rebuilding Trust and Growing the Pipeline
The Underrepresented Founders Program
For The Women and Nerd Street Gamers VALORANT Summer Showdown
BBC: How Did Video Games Become So Exclusive?
Bilgewater Banter - Naz Aletaha and Angela Roseboro
FORTUNE 40 Under 40: Naz Aletaha
AfroTech: Get to Know League of Legends’ Black Champions
Forbes: How Riot Games Doubles Down On Diversity
Lessons learned Guiding Riot Games
AfroTech: How Riot Games Creates Community For Black Employees
UPROXX: Riot’s Soha El-Sabaawi Is Reprograming Gamer Culture
Our Expanded Partnership With IGBP
Our Commitment to Drive Change
LA Times: After ‘Bro Culture’ Crisis, Riot Touts New Game, New Outlook
Diversity and Inclusion Progress Report
CDO Angela Roseboro Selected to Top 50 Diversity Stars
Reflections on Leading through Change
Out of Crisis Comes Conviction
Angela Roseboro on Change Wave Podcast
Angela Roseboro on Deconstructor of Fun Podcast
The Path Forward: Class Action Update
Riot One Year Later
Riot Games Refutes DFEH Allegations
Announcing New Forums for D&I Collaboration
Celebrating IDAHOTB 2019
Commitments on Arbitration and Cultural Transformation
Rebooting Representation in Tech
Celebrating International Women's Day
Angela Roseboro Joins Riot Games as Chief Diversity Officer
Update on Diversity, Inclusion, & Riot Culture
Emily Winkle Joins Riot Games as Our First Chief People Officer
Welcoming Frances Frei to Riot’s D&I and Culture Strike Team
Our First Steps Forward
LA Pride 2018
Celebrating an inclusive gaming community with IDAHOTB
Making D&I an Integral Part of Riot Games
Riot Games Culture
We're improving every aspect of how we work, play, and collaborate together. We started with a new set of company values and now we're working to spread those values throughout Riot through:
Systems & Processes
Education & Recognition