R!OT Gaming is an Australian and New Zeland gaming organisation and to keep everything running smoothly we need a team of dedicated staff members all around the world. These people need to be loyal and be available most of the time, and we look for people from all over ANZ to keep us actively involved in the eSports community and to be able to assist us day to day. 


If you feel you can assist us and help with the running of our day to day operations, social media outlets, running of the team, designs or other areas then please email us at with your application to become a staff member.


Below is our current Staff Members:



    Dale "DALEROXX" is the owner at R!OT Gaming. Starting his career in 2005, Dale has experience in leading and creating successful a brand while maintaining a professional Leadership and eSports career in Call of Duty. His speciality is recognising the top-tier talent and specialises in finding high-potential players and creators and bringing them together to represent the brand in a professional light both in and out of game. As Owner and Leader, he is responsible for the strategic decision-making for the company, securing business deals and sponsorships, as well as managing daily operations of the organisation....Read More



    Ryan 'Isombard' is currently 2iC for R!OT Gaming...Read More

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    James "Maccamuffin" McIntosh is a videographer for R!OT Gaming...Read More

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    Myles Irvine

    Myles 'Blinky' Irvine is currently Operations Manager for R!OT Gaming...Read More

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    Danny Yassine

    Danny "Noseyy" Yassine is a designer for R!OT Gaming who began designing and playing games at a competitive level since 2010. He has experienced levels of management, designing and playing within eSport organisations. Danny joined R!OT Gaming in late 2016 early 2017 where he wishes to continue his pathways of maintaining a great status in both designing and high level competitive gaming in Call of Duty and World of Warcraft. Check him out > @TheNoseyy_...Read More