Meet the OpenCritic Team

Matthew Enthoven - Co-founder
Matthew Enthoven Avatar Image
After graduating from Northwestern University in 2011, I started working at Riot Games. I worked on features such as colorblind mode, content and animation tools, Facebook Friend Discovery, Match History, and the League of Legends API. My career now has me working on autonomous vehicles. I started OpenCritic with three friends to help make the gaming industry better for everyone - gamers, critics, and developers alike. As a gamer, I enjoy a wide variety of games, ranging from League of Legends, to Counter-Strike, to Bloodborne, to Madden, to Rocket League, and Stardew Valley.
Rutledge Daugette Avatar Image
Founder of TechRaptor with a love of video games (B.S. in Game and Simulation Programming) and technology. Started TechRaptor to create a place where people could come for unbiased and high quality news, reviews, and editorials. Enjoys a wide range of games, from Shooters to RPGs and MMORPGs. Can talk for hours about the "Old Days" of World of Warcraft.
Andrew Otton Avatar Image
I've been writing about games and learning about how the industry works, talking to developers, and doing reviews since 2014. There's no genre I hate, but there are many that need standout games to catch my attention. If my scores seem higher than most, it's because I largely review games I figure will be worth letting our readers know about.
Mark Delaney Avatar Image
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. Formerly the Features and Reviews Editor of TrueAchievements, he's been writing online since 2011 and continues to do so as a freelancer today. Outside of games, he likes biking, binge-watching HBO, and spending time with his partner and kids. He almost never writes in the third-person.
Michael Arrieta Avatar Image
I have been playing video games for as long as I can remember. I am a huge fan of JRPGs, though I also enjoy fighters. I have been writing about video games for a few years now. If it has a great story, I am sure that I will dig it.