Geek and gaming conventions are pretty magical places.
RTX doesn’t have same energy as that of a PAX. It’s a different vibe, cruder, in line with the kind of scatological humour Rooster Teeth excels at. These attendees are rowdier, less patient and a great deal snarkier than your average PAX-goer. This is not to suggest that they are unpleasant, nothing could be further from the truth. On the whole, everyone I met and spoke to was very warm, friendly and having the time of their life. But they worship a group of people known for endlessly busting each other’s balls and so it doesn’t come as a surprise to find that their fanbase deals in the same. Continue reading What’s it like to attend RTX Sydney if you don’t really know that much about Rooster Teeth?
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Internet comedy team Rooster Teeth have been kicking around for over a decade now. They created the cult machinima series Red vs Blue and from there, expanded into a community driven, multi-channel, YouTube sensation. It is with that growth and loyal fan base that they were able to drum up over US$2 million on Indiegogo in order to fund their first feature film, Lazer Team.... Continue Reading
There aren’t too many companies as downright ludicrous, hilarious and hard working as the guys and gals from Rooster Teeth. Formed in 2003 by Burnie Burns, Matt Hullum, Geoff Ramsey, Gus Sorola and Joel Heyman, the founders struck gold with their Machinima series Red vs Blue and soon forged a powerhouse that cultivated regular content spanning multiple channels.
It was with this new found internet fame and loyal community following that the company launched their own convention, RTX, that celebrated a convergence of internet and gaming culture.... Continue Reading