Riot Games introduces Student Ambassador Program in Malaysia


  • TECH
  • Friday, 21 Apr 2017

Riot Games country manager for Malaysia and Singapore Benjamin Pommeraud believes that the ambassador programme will be able to help students develop career-critical skills such as leadership, communications, events management, budgeting, and creative thinking which will be helpful to jumpstart a career in the gaming industry.

Riot Games, the company behind the popular game League Of Legends, introduced its inaugural Student Ambassador Program for Malaysian undergraduates.

The programme prepares participants for a career in gaming by providing hands-on training in organising events, tournaments and other engagements with their campus' gaming community.

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