Riot Games is looking for a new UK community manager to work out of its new office in West London.
The Riot London office was first mentioned back in April and the League of Legends developer soon began hiring staff.
It’s now hiring a UK community manager, with a salary of £50,000 to £54,000.
In the job listing, Riot is looking for someone who will ‘support growth and relationships with players in the UK and Ireland’.
The community manager will work on various initiatives in the community, manage social engagement, listen to player feedback and bring the company close to content creators, event organisers, fans and players.
The successful applicant will require at least three years’ experience managing a community of at least 300,000 customers, preferably from within the gaming industry, among other requirements.
The closing date for applications is October 3rd.
The news comes after English community and publishing manager Pete “Navigator” McKay left Riot in late July. He was based in Riot’s Dublin office.
Pete had worked for Riot for more than three years, having joined from EVE Online developer CCP in 2014.
I have nothing but great memories from my time in Riot and nothing but love for everyone I met in the UK scene <3
— Pete McKay (@Navigatorlol) September 9, 2017
We’re told that Riot Dublin staff had the opportunity to relocate to the new London office, but like many office moves, not all staff wanted to relocate.
According to Riot’s career website, the developer is looking to fill three other positions: head of esports, marketing director and UK head of publishing.
Further reading: London will be one of four regions in the revamped EU LCS – rumour
News credit: League of Legends UK Facebook group
Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
A keen League of Legends and World of Warcraft player, he has written for a range of publications including GamesTM, Nintendo Official Magazine, industry publication MCV as well as Riot Games and others. He works as full-time content director for the British Esports Association and runs ENUK in his spare time.