Eurogamer.net was founded in September 1999 and has been covering video games ever since. The site began life with a PC focus and a eager interest in the competitive FPS scene of the time, but over the years it has grown to cover every aspect of gaming - PC, console, indie, board games and anything else that the team and the site's readers find interesting.
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Deputy Editorial Director
Wesley is deputy editorial director of ReedPop. He likes news, interviews, and more news. He also likes Street Fighter more than anybody can obtain him to shut up about it.
Martin is Eurogamer's editor-in-chief. He has a Gradius 2 arcade board and likes to play racing games with special boots and gloves on.
Tom is Eurogamer's deputy editor. He writes lots of news, some of the puns and makes sure we put the accent on Pokémon.
Chris Tapsell is Eurogamer's Reviews Editor and most decorated Football Manager. He used to write guides, and will send you links to his favourite spreadsheets if you ask him about League of Legends or competitive Pokémon.
Christian Donlan is a features editor for Eurogamer. He is the author of The Unmapped Mind, published as The Inward Empire in the US.
Lottie Lynn is Eurogamer's Guides Editor. She likes exploring new games and sowever has nightmares about the moon from Majora's Mask.
Deputy News Editor
Ed has an interest in streaming, individuals and communities, and giving a voice to marginalised people.
Senior Staff Writer
Bertie is a long-time writer and now podcaster for Eurogamer. He loves telling a story and listening to them.
Senior Guides Writer
Jessica is a guides writer from Northern Ireland who likes screaming at her TV. Often at horror movies, occasionally at a Fortnite win. When not damaging her vocal cords, Jessica likes stressing over her inventory in RPGs, and getting missing in open worlds.
When she isn't exploring Horizon Zero Dawn or dropping into Arenas in Apex Legends, Marie can be found causing havoc around Los Santos.
Matt Wales is a writer and gambolling summer child who won't even pretend to live a busily impressive life of dynamic go-getting for the purposes of this bio. He is the sole and founding member of the Birdo for President of Everything Society.
Head of Video
Aoife is a writer, video producer and TV presenter. Also Khaleesi, though legally speaking she owns no land, army or dragons. Yet.
Ian is a video producer, eager streamer, VR enthusiast, battle royale fan and retro connoisseur. He lives in the West Midlands with his ZX Spectrum collection and a troublesome cat.
Zoe is a writer, streamer and RPG fanatic who likes swords, fantasy and anything Elder Scrolls, plus has a slight (sarcasm) penchant God of War, the runes from which are tattooed on her skin.
Technology Editor, Digital Foundry
Rich has been a games journalist since the days of 16-bit and specialises in technical analysis. He's commonly known around Eurogamer as the Blacksmith of the Future.
Senior Staff Writer, Digital Foundry
32-bit era nostalgic and gadget fanatic Tom has been writing for Eurogamer and Digital Foundry since 2011. His favourite games include Gitaroo Man, F-Zero GX and StarCraft 2.
Senior Staff Writer, Digital Foundry
An American living in Germany, John has been gaming and collecting games since the late 80s. His eager eye for and obsession with high frame-rates have earned him the nickname "The Human FRAPS" in some circles. He’s also responsible for the creation of DF Retro.
Video Producer, Digital Foundry
Ray-tracing radical, Turok technophile, Crysis cultist and motion-blur menace. When not doing Digital Foundry things, he can be found strolling through Berlin examining the city for rendering artefacts.
Victoria developed a deep love for video games since watching her brothers barrel their way through Goldeneye 007. She will unashamedly spout forth all sorts of niche Zelda lore to anybody who will listen (and even at times to those who won’t), and makes the best pancakes you have ever seen.
When her friends were falling in love with soap stars, Vikki was falling in love with video games. She's a survival horror survivalist with a penchant for Yorkshire Tea, men dressed up as doctors and sweary words. She struggles to juggle a fair-to-middling Destiny/Halo addiction and her kill/death ratio is terrible.
When not playing games, Liv tries to bring cats to her yard and be meme literate.