Riot Games, creator of popular free-to-play multiplayer titles League of Legends and Valorant, has an interesting new hire in the form of Brian Wright. Wright, formerly an executive at Netflix, joins Riot as the company’s chief content officer.
As reported by IGN, Wright will assist with the development of new film, animation and TV projects for Riot’s entertainment division. This might include Arcane, an animated League of Legends series that’s coming to Netflix later in the year.
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