Established in 2020, the Singapore Studio is Riot’s second international game development studio. Working together with our Hong Kong Studio, Riot has been expanding our footprint in Asia and accelerating our talent growth to develop games that deliver great experiences to our players. Our mission is to “scale Riot’s games to hyper-serve players.”
We partner with our LA headquarters on game development for League of Legends, Teamfight Tactics, and Legends of Runeterra. We’re also building teams for VALORANT and Project L, our take on a fighting game. The Singapore Studio is seeking talented, passionate Rioters with backgrounds in all areas of game development to build games that make it better to be a player.
We’re focused on working together to promote individual autonomy, ownership, collaboration, and inclusivity, so every Rioter can be their best while we boldly pursue games.
That’s where you come in.
As Environment Concept Artist for Project L, your craft expertise and eye for creativity will help bring our world to life in an exciting new fighting game featuring some of the most iconic characters in Runeterra.
You’ll work with a high performing external team, give them the guidance and context they need in order to deliver amazing environment concepts that set industry standards on craft and match the Project L art style. Through a mix of hands-on research, creative vision setting, concept work and craft training, you will level up the team’s craft and keep them motivated towards creating excellent experiences for our players. Using your broad knowledge of art, craft and technique, you’ll help set clear creative goals for your team, and make sure the process of delivering those goals is as smooth as possible.
You will partner closely with the product teams and other artists, ensuring that the concepts are not only excellent in a vacuum, but also effectively promote and align with larger products. You will maintain your own craft skills, inspire creativity and keep a high quality bar with hands on concepting work as you deem necessary.
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.
As a part of the application process, candidates will be expected to provide a portfolio of their work.