Chris Cantrell

Chris Cantrell

Chris Cantrell has approximately 36 years of gaming experience and about 5 years of experience working in games. He is the product manager for Riot Games and worked on a board game called Mechs vs Minions. Chris dropped so much value bombs. Don’t wait for someone to come along and tell you that you’re a game developer. Pick a tool, put in the effort to make a game, and show people that you are a game developer. Be proud of the work you accomplished and remind yourself of your values. Chris dropped so much value bombs. Don’t wait for someone to come along and tell you that you’re a game developer. Pick a tool, put in the effort to make a game, and show people that you are a game developer. Be proud of the work you accomplished and remind yourself of your values.

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  • Think about what’s best for the players
  • Be proud of your work and constantly remind yourself of your end goal
  • Invest in people because they are at their best when they are healthy and happy to come to work
  • Don’t wait! Know what you want to accomplish and figure out how to do it. No excuses. 

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