Games Need Everyone

Gamebreaking Studios is a work environment that is safe and healthy for people of all identities, cultures, and experiences. Diversity, equity, and inclusion make communities and games better. Representation comes through in our work and leads to the games we make being more creative, expressive, and fun for everybody. All team members are committed to accepting each other, listening to each other, and improving our work environment wherever possible.

Our Mission

We believe that communities are the most powerful way for people to grow.

And games are the strongest community-building force on earth.

Your games, our games, their games…

As long as they create more secret handshakes, more “Are you ready for tonight's…”, and more people chatting over lunch, then we want to help make them.

Our Values

We are defined by the choices we make, especially the tough calls with unknown outcomes. Our core values are the razor we use to make difficult decisions.

Take Responsibility

...for our own actions, for our team, and for the people our work impacts. For our failures, yes, but also for the duties that come with success.

Raise The Tide, Not One Boat

Improvements for one person, team, or even company miss the multiplicative effects of a better ecosystem. We play to win but collaboration and openness yield better results than competition and secrecy.

Ambitious Goals, Disciplined Execution

We set the bar out of reach, but we're confident we can get there. We put in the work required to be well-informed, and we take the disciplined path to achieve difficult goals.

Design For People, Own Your Craft

Success is measured by the end-user, and it's most elegantly achieved by builders who treat their work as a craft. The best products are made when builders and users work closely together.

We Play Together

Multiplayer games of all shapes and sizes are our DNA, and we believe in knowing our audience. Playing games together makes our games better, our teams better, and our workplace better.

What are you waiting for? Grab a controller and come join us!

Meet The Team

  • Dru Erridge

    Dru Erridge

    Co-founder & CEO

    Dru comes from Riot Games, where he was Tech Lead of the Player Behavior team working on the distributed systems behind matchmaking, game flow, and disruptive behavior detection for 100 million users in League of Legends. Before that, he directed the 50-person development team behind a hybrid RTS-MOBA built in Unreal called The Maestros. To derail his conversations, bring up classic RTS games, TDD, or the Rust programming language.

  • Sean Saleh

    Sean Saleh

    Co-founder & Head of BespokeCI

    Sean comes from Microsoft's Azure cloud team, where he managed a fleet of thousands of servers worldwide. He loves working deep in the organs of distributed systems. Start talking to him about security, automating all the things, or keeping massive backend systems online, and he won't stop. In his spare time, you can find Sean outside, climbing up a wall.

  • Taylor Hellam

    Taylor Hellam

    Co-founder & Head of Games

    Taylor worked as a software engineer on an R&D team at Disney. While there, he was awarded nine patents for the development of innovative new products. Most recently, he built the backend for Disney's voice platform on Google Assistant. Check it out by telling your Google device "play Mickey Mouse Adventure." It isn't easy to find him without a cup of coffee in hand, but he'll put it down if you ask him to play some video games.

  • Andre Duvoisin

    Andre Duvoisin

    Head of Co-development

    Andre's passion for making games started back in middle school, when coding up a game with friends solidified his future forever. The born and bred Texan ventured off to the University of Southern California before snagging a gig at Blizzard Entertainment — where he worked on mobile apps,, and the World of Warcraft website, serving millions of players worldwide. Odds are, if he's not out stand-up paddleboarding, you'll find him bouldering, skiing, or munchin' on some good ole Texas barbecue.

  • Scott Rogers

    Scott Rogers

    Director, Game Design

    After discovering that game designers have more fun, Scott Rogers embarked on a 30 (and counting) year career in gaming. He has helped design many successful video & tabletop games including: Pac-Man World, God of War, ALIEN: Fate of the Nostromo and SpongeBob Squarepants. A former Disney Imagineer, he has authored books (Level Up! The Guide to Great Video Game Design and Swipe This! The Guide to Touchscreen Game Design) and is featured in the documentary film Gamemasters (2020). He has taught game design at USC and the New York Film Academy. Scott lives just outside Los Angeles with his family and many, many board games.

  • Min Htet

    Min Htet

    Director, Product & Operations

    Min first picked up the controllers at the age of 4 but it wasn’t until college that he realized he could turn his passion into a career. Since then, he has worn many hats from corporate strategy at Kabam to Product Lead on Marvel Strike Force to web3 economy design at Forte (with production, data analytics, and monetization design responsibilities sprinkled in between). Aside from gaming, he enjoys trying new recipes, learning how to surf/snowboard, hiking, and planning his next trip.

  • Kevin Viglucci

    Kevin Viglucci


    Kevin comes from Blizzard Entertainment where he supported World of Warcraft for six years as part of He brings with him a deep passion for building platform services, creating online multiplayer games, and fostering communities through developer advocacy.

  • Eric Kilkenny

    Eric Kilkenny

    Quality Assurance

    Eric comes from working Quality Assurance on games such as Destiny 2 and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 Remastered. His background is in Game Art and Quality Assurance, allowing him to have a wide array of skills when working on a project. Eric takes a lot of pride in making sure that when you play a game that he has helped create, you are going to have a smooth and fun experience. Very excitable, so be wary when talking about a cool game idea or one of his favorite subjects, such as Star Wars, Baseball, or D&D. He will have a lot to say.

  • David Lesnefsky

    David Lesnefsky


    David started his career at Blizzard Entertainment where he worked on the World of Warcraft website and was a founding member of Engineering Foundations. His interests in software development include designing scalable backend web services, managing cloud resources, and being an advocate of Agile best practices. His favorite hobbies are volleyball, skiing, woodworking, and soccer.

  • Raymond Kim

    Raymond Kim

    Studio Operations

    Before joining Gamebreaking, Raymond worked in Event Operations and Accounting. Majoring in Economics with a focus in Game Theory, he's always been passionate about corporate strategy and the Keynesian Beauty Contest. In his free time, you'll find him listening to music or watching combat sports.

  • Charlie Silver

    Charlie Silver


    Charlie started his career at Microsoft Studios where he worked on augmented reality. Most recently, he worked at UCLA for two years on full-stack mobile and web applications. In his spare time, Charlie enjoys playing music, doing gymnastics, and playing softball.

  • Camilo Zambrano Votto

    Camilo Zambrano Votto


    Before joining Gamebreaking, Camilo worked in the cyber security and educational software spaces (Blackboard). Camilo is a big fan of games such as Titan Fall 2 and Undertale. He also enjoys creating pixel art and having book discussions. Additionally, Camilo is passionate about obscure programming languages, such as "BF." If you ask him about it, he could go on for a while, so be warned!

  • Graham Haphey

    Graham Haphey


    Graham began his career as an Officer in the United States Air Force before leaving to pursue a passion for software development. More recently he has been a Unity engineer working on tools, UI, and gameplay for client-side development projects. Interests outside of game development include mountain biking, reading, and playing boardgames.

  • Cai Glencross

    Cai Glencross


    Cai's experience focuses on building low-latency high-availability backend services at a massive scale, most recently for Amazon Prime Video. He is excited to take that expertise and merge it with his passion for game development, a field he's loved since he sold his first game back in sixth grade! When he's not heads down coding, you can find him scoring tries on the rugby pitch, rolling 20's at the D&D table, and of course playing videogames!

  • Truitt Savell

    Truitt Savell


    Before Joining Gamebreaking, Truitt worked on CI/CD and Infrastructure at Apple for the Webkit/Safari Project. Truitt started his software engineering journey because of a love for videogames and a desire to be a part of making them. In his free time, you can find him building and painting miniatures for tabletop games, tinkering with 3D printing and playing many videogames.

  • Mulan Blum

    Mulan Blum


    Mulan joined Gamebreaking after graduating from Ohio State with a degree in computer science engineering and a minor in linguistics. After taking some game design courses, she gained a passion for coding games. In her free time, you can find Mulan playing ukulele or crocheting.

  • Kyla Wong

    Kyla Wong


    Hailing from Western Canada, Kyla found her passion for developing games during university where she studied computing science. Upon graduating, she worked as a freelance Unity developer before joining Gamebreaking. She loves chatting about game design, for both digital and tabletop games, as well as books of any genre. In her free time, she can be found reading, playing games with friends, or hanging out with her cats.

  • Wesley Elmer

    Wesley Elmer

    Technical Designer

    Wesley, unable to choose between her passions for programming, communication, and art decided to exercise all three by pursuing a degree in game design from Champlain College! After many team projects, an internship developing medical equipment, and four years of school Wesley continued chasing her passion by joining Gamebreaking Studios as a Technical Designer. When not trying to write code and documentation simultaneously, Wesley can be found playing guitar, playing chess, and running around every museum she can find (quietly of course.)

  • Benjamin Teng

    Benjamin Teng


    Before joining Gamebreaking, Ben worked in a wide array of fields including computer-chip design, fintech, adtech, and robotics. Most recently, he worked on the cloud services for a robot companion named Vector. When he's not actively making/drinking espresso, you will probably find him playing video games, board games, beach volleyball, or sketching.

  • Tim Stair

    Tim Stair


    Tim comes from a varied software engineering background that includes creating media management/processing services, developing social media features, and working in the thrilling world of barcode scanners. He also worked on a team developing video games for Electronic Arts, Activision, Crystal Dynamics, Disney Interactive, and Zynga. You can distract him by asking him to tell a tale from his career. When Tim is not playing video games he may be found reading a book (or comic) or rewriting a board game manual to fit on a single page.

  • Robert Kavert

    Robert Kavert


    After graduating from UC: Santa Gruz Game Design program, Robert began teaching Game Development and advancing down the path of Unreal supporter. Specializing in multiplayer gameplay systems and designer tool creation, he spends his free time practicing his Protoss macro, buried in the pages of science fiction, and absconding to see abandoned and definitely cursed places.

  • Jay Spang

    Jay Spang


    Jay started in the video game industry play-testing games for the OG Xbox. Since then, he's bounced in and out of the games industry, helping to ship titles like Forza, Destiny, and New World while also working on more mundane things like websites and mobile apps. In his free time, Jay plays saxophone for local community bands and throws boulders at Korok heads.

  • Mia Bergeron

    Mia Bergeron


    After kicking off her career at Google and Facebook, Mia decided to follow her love of games to a local game studio before finding herself at Gamebreaking. Her passion lies in developing scalable backend services that empower studios to create inclusive games and vibrant communities. In her free time she enjoys crocheting whimsical creatures, watching the latest (and most horrific) horror movies, and teaching her dogs new tricks.

  • Thomas Scott

    Thomas Scott


    Thomas graduated from Middlebury College in 2015 with a degree in Computer Science & Theatre. Diving right into video games, he's worked on everything from: 5 person development teams in the micro indie environment, to Star Wars and the Sims 4 with gaming giants like EA and Zynga. He thinks he's found his real home at Gamebreaking Studios, though (the perfect size company). He's actively trying to make the video game industry a better place for Queer / LGBT folks; we all belong here and there's truly space for everyone.

  • Megan Hellam

    Megan Hellam

    Studio Operations

    At Gamebreaking Studios, Megan is responsible for finances and driving business development processes. Having worked for seven years in various Supply Chain roles at Honeywell International, most recently as the Director of Strategic Sourcing, Megan brings fresh eyes to the gaming world. Megan enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, family, and friends, cooking, watching football (Fight On!), and solving everyday problems through streamlined processes.

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