Riot Games was founded in 2006 by Brandon Beck and Marc Merrill with the intent to change the way video games are made and supported for players. In 2009, Riot released its debut title League of Legends to worldwide acclaim. The game has since gone on to become the most played PC game in the world and a key driver of the explosive growth of esports. Players are the foundation of our community and it’s for them we continue to evolve and improve the League of Legends experience. Riot Games is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA and has 23 offices worldwide.   

As Production Coordinator, you'll be an advocate for the esports broadcast and events team, looking out for their best interests and helping them conquer any looming obstacles or blockers. Your collaborative mindset will help to bridge communication between Riot teams to ensure everyone is on the same page in the LCS studio. You'll summon your most powerful multitasking skills at home and on the road, when you'll be responsible for managing the logistics, including broadcast schedules, production budgets, travel arrangements, and catering, while simultaneously chasing down anything else that might be missing.

Desired Qualifications:

  • A clear communicator: you convey your thoughts with ease and clarity, whether you're writing an email, giving a presentation, or chatting about the amazing hole-in-the-wall restaurant you discovered last night
  • A true problem solver: you take pride in your work, and view each new problem as an opportunity for success; you approach challenges methodically, sparking discussions as you work towards prioritizing and ideating possible solutions
  • A scheduling savant: you're a maniacal multitasker, managing time so effectively some think you have a double; you're able to schedule yourself, casters, external vendors, and everything in between
  • Adaptable: you recognize that situations change and complications arise, and you're ok with that; you're coolly flexible and able to handle whatever comes your way, moving seamlessly from one administrative scenario to the next
  • A high-pressure performer: you thrive when the clock is ticking, delivering high-quality results in high-stress situations
  • A self-starter: you can identify the holes in an operation and take timely action to deliver solutions with limited direction
  • Detail oriented organizer: nothing gets past you and your eye for detail as you navigate each stage of production with a plan for success


  • Handle all scheduling and booking of crew
  • Work with other departments to make sure the schedules are accurate
  • Execute time card collection and initiate paperwork for freelance personnel
  • Directly manages (contract) PA's and other outside personnel
  • Create and distribute weekly schedules
  • Work with production to identify ways to save on overtime and meal penalties
  • Work with our payroll company to make sure we are staying within California labor law regulations
  • Assist the Production Manager in tracking and updating costs in the budget
  • Handle catering needs for the crew
  • Book travel for roadshows and special events