New League for Riot Games as studio becomes latest Corporate Ambassador

Riot Games, the renowned studio behind League of Legends, VALORANT and more, has signed up as the newest Women in Games Corporate Ambassador.

Riot Games – which is headquartered in Los Angeles, with esports, operations and publishing offices in Europe – has already made a significant commitment to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, having pledged to publish an annual D&I report. Its latest statement revealed that 29 per cent of Riot Games’ executive team are women and 22 per cent are from under-represented groups.

Angela Roseboro, Chief Diversity Officer of Riot Games, said: “At Riot, we believe that the future will be a place where women will say they are not the ‘only’ but one of the ‘many’ who have a seat at the table to make this industry diverse and inclusive. We are humbled to be part of Women in Games as a Corporate Ambassador to champion diverse perspectives that cultivate authentic in-game storytelling and provide resources that open doors to greater opportunities for gaming and esports professionals. I firmly believe one day we will truly change the face of gaming across the industry.”

Marie-Claire Isaaman, CEO of Women in Games added: Riot Games are giants in games and esports, and have made hugely impressive strides forward in equality, diversity and inclusion, as a studio. We welcome the commitment of the European team to taking that progressive-thinking strategy forward by joining us a Women in Games Corporate Ambassadors.”

To find out more about becoming a Women in Games Corporate Ambassador, email