As the VALORANT Program Manager III for China, you're responsible for ensuring the VALORANT team is effectively serving our players in China. You will work closely with partners in Riot's China Publishing organization, Riot's central tech organization, and our partners at Tencent to ensure everyone is aligned on how we're serving players. You will work closely with VALORANT product leadership to ensure that region specific needs are addressed and balance appropriately within VALORANT's unapologetically global approach.
You should bring a proven track record of influencing across teams and products to deliver compelling experiences for your customers. You should have a deep understanding of player expectations in China. You should also build strong relationships with developers across teams at Riot and partner developer studios. If you're succeeding at this job, VALORANT will succeed in China.Key Responsibilities
For this role, you'll find success through craft expertise, a collaborative spirit, and decision-making that prioritizes the delight of players. We will be looking at your past studies, experience, and your personal relationship with games. If you embody player empathy and care about players' experiences, this could be your role!Our Perks:
Riot has a focus on work/life balance, shown by our open paid time off policy, in addition to other perks such as flexible work schedules. We offer medical, dental, and life insurance, parental leave for you, your spouse/domestic partner and children, and a 401k with company match. Check out our benefits pages for more information.
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