Riot Games was established in 2006 by entrepreneurial gamers who believe that player-focused game development can result in great games. In 2009, Riot released its debut title League of Legends to critical and player acclaim. As the most played PC game in the world, over 67 million play every month. Players form the foundation of our community and it’s for them that we continue to evolve and improve the League of Legends experience. 

We’re looking for humble but ambitious, razor-sharp professionals who can teach us a thing or two. We promise to return the favor. Like us, you take play seriously; you’re passionate about games. We embrace those who see things differently, aren’t afraid to experiment, and who have a healthy disregard for constraints.

That's where you come in.

As Localization Coordinator, you’ll aid the flow of information between local Rioters and central teams in Los Angeles while working from Mexico City. While focusing on leveling up Latin America’s outward communication, the players will remain at the front of your mind. You’ll gain an in-depth understanding of players in each region and the cultural gaps that separate each territory. Using that knowledge, you’ll support projects and initiatives that deliver an awesome experience for players all over the world.

As a Mexico City Rioter, you’ll join a small team of internationally and culturally diverse professionals that share our prioritization of player experience, rejection of convention, and maniacal passion for gaming. With teams in Marketing, Business Development, Publishing and Esports, Riot Games Mexico City is dedicated to creating unique player experiences that show local players they aren't lost in translation.

You are:

  • Intellectually adaptable: you’ve earned a bachelor’s degree and have at least a year of experience in translation; you know that education doesn’t have an end date, so and enjoy absorbing new knowledge and thinking on your feet
  • A team player: you don’t just play well with others, you know that working with the team creates the best possible outcome
  • Detail oriented: you’re a modern Sherlock Holmes and not even the tiniest detail escapes your ever-vigilant eye
  • A communications ace: you excel as a liaison between people even if they’re on opposite sides of the world, and they trust you to always advocate for their player focused initiatives
  • Multilingual: fluent in at least English and Spanish, you relish working with other cultures, you’re able to communicate with players and Rioters in different regions
  • A Spanish language writer: you can write and/or translate content pieces for an eager and knowledgeable gaming community
  • Player-focused: as a player yourself, you know that subpar localization makes local players feel like second-class citizens, and can leverage your in-game experienceto accurately and authentically communicate messages across language barriers
  • Familiar with the tools of the trade: you bring a working knowledge of game development, audio recording processes, and localization tools (such as MemoQ and Xloc); an intermediate to advanced understanding of planning and bug database tools will score you extra points

 

You will:

  • Support the Latin America North localization team in ongoing projects, including but not limited to, new content translations, themed event publishing tasks, and more
  • Manage multiple communication channels, making sure the right people see the right info at the right time
  • Sync and coordinate multiple project timelines between different stakeholders
  • Foster collaboration between multiple regional and central stakeholders
  • Stay in constant contact with international teams to better embed their international contexts in your day-to- day
  • Enable the ideation and execution of global publishing initiatives with market research, data analyses and collaborative efforts alongside local and central teams
  • Coordinate and supervise tone and language on content published for our player community

Don’t forget to include a resume and cover letter. We receive a lot of applications, but we’ll notice a fun, well-written intro that shows us you take play seriously.