jack Cast & Crew
#IDARB Rooster Teeth Team Help!Aloha folks,

During Let's Play Live, our friends behind the awesome game #IDARB let us know that they'd be willing to put us in the game in a future update! If you haven't seen their game, you should absolutely check it out. It's currently FREE for Xbox Live Gold members on the Xbox One.

Anyway, I'm no artist, so I figured I would leave it up to you guys to create the Rooster Teeth team for #IDARB and have your creations enshrined in a video game. Now, all you have to do is go to the #IDARB website and check out their character creator, save your creation and save the image it produces (with the QR code). Upload it to our contest gallery here and we'll pick our favorites.

You are welcome to make your best representation of the Achievement Hunter crew, the podcast guys, the team from Red vs. Blue... anything Rooster Teeth related. We'll pick our favorites to comprise the team!

I'm excited to see what you guys come up with, now, get to creatin'!
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Gavino Cast & Crew
I got this tweeted to me today and it bugged me.

Here's a snippet "Went to catch Barbara, Burnie and Gavin at a booth/table area only to get them while they were packing up, I went to hand Barbara my hat to be handed down the line so the three could sign it. But Gavin interrupted mid way through me about to get the others attention and "A hat? That's the best thing you brought?" And rolled his eyes while just walking by."

This story isn't true. It's very odd to defend something that is just entirely made up that everyone has no reason not to believe is true.

I have never once had a bad interaction with a fan. A dude in Australia slapped me on the arm once which I didn't think was very cool, but to be fair to him, he asked me if he could and I said OK. I just didn't think he'd hit me as hard as he did. I'll admit there have been times where I have been escorted past a bunch of people at RTX who wanted me to sign something or take a picture and i've had to rush by apologising that I can't stop. This I can see as extremely disappointing. This usually happens when I have to move between panels or from a signing to a panel. Either way, I definitely can't be late for a panel or a signing. They are on tight schedules and I would then run the risk of disappointing thousands of people by missing one or arriving late instead of the much fewer who I passed on the way in.

This story above is just a lie. I would never in a million years insult someone I didn't know and then roll my eyes and walk past. It's also such a weird thing to say. A, our hats are awesome and B, if you came to RTX and didn't buy a single thing, you came all the way to RTX! Why would I be mad that you didn't have a bunch of other merchandise? The fact that that person was even there is pretty much the best support he or she could show.

I would also like to point out that d...
3 weeks ago  |  Comments (158)
Gavino Cast & Crew
I'm damn excited about the new version of this site.
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jack Cast & Crew
ScrewAttack joins Let's Play Live!

Aloha folks,

Today I am excited to announce that our friends at ScrewAttack will be joining us for Let’s Play Live! Check them out at their website!

The boys will be joining us on stage for a rousing competition of Dive Kick that you could also join in on! We’ll have more details soon, but I just wanted to share in the excitement! Tickets are starting to run low in a few sections, so I’d recommend you grab yours now if you haven’t already.

Don’t forget, you’ll be able to grab this incredible exclusive poster ONLY at Let’s Play Live as well.

Thing are really coming together now as we get closer to the 20th. I hope to see you there!
1 month ago  |  Comments (53)
jack Cast & Crew
RIP Monty OumMy first real “Monty” experience was when we both were working on the pilot episode of Immersion. I was there helping as a production assistant and Monty was one of the Yakuza that beat the shit out of Gus and Geoff as they were getting in their vehicle.

As we were setting up a shot, a few of us could hear a faint noise of heavy metal. We looked over and Monty was sitting on a bucket, head on his hand, sunglasses on, ABSOLUTELY BLASTING heavy metal in his headphones. I waved at him to let him know that he should probably turn down his music as to not melt his brain. He didn’t respond. I waved again. What I didn’t realize was that this was my first glimpse of Monty’s “powered down” mode. The dude was asleep.

It was then that I knew that this guy was something different.

At the first PAX East we showed the episode of Red vs. Blue that had the Warthog busting through the wall in Valhalla. Monty had been perfecting and crafting that moment because we knew it was going to be an important one. I sat in the audience and the reaction from the crowd drew goosebumps from me. He was introduced to a thunderous applause after the video was shown and his time as Rooster Teeth’s resident badass had begun. It was a pretty damn cool experience and one of my favorites from my time working here.

Monty was a special guy and his legacy is going to live on. I’m going to miss him.
1 month ago  |  Comments (54)
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