Riot engineers bring deep knowledge of specific technical areas but also value the chance to work in many broader domains. As an Infrastructure Engineer III in Player Platform, you will lead efforts to improve service performance. You will also use your deep technical knowledge and passion to achieve that excellence. Our players are depending on you to provide an uninterrupted game experience. Additionally, you will work with other technical and nontechnical teams, both inside and outside of Riot, to make Player Platform and its supporting teams operate at their best. You will report into the Sr. Manager, Software Engineering of the Flight initiative.
The Production Release Engineering team has shared responsibility for the deployment tech and release process for Player Platform software including the Riot Games SDK, Riot Client, Mobile Force (a.k.a. League Friends/League Connect), and the 50 microservices that Player Platform operates. This spans live Riot Regions, partner regions (Tencent and Garena), eSports, and staging pipelines for all of these environments.
We offer medical, dental, and vision plans that cover you, your spouse/domestic partner, and children. Life insurance, parental leave, plus short-term and long-term disability coverage are also available. Riot will support your retirement benefits with a company match, and double down on your donations of time and money to non-profit charitable organizations. Balance between work and personal life is encouraged with open paid time off, and a play fund so you can broaden and deepen your personal relationship with games.
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