About us

About us


Welcome to Stevivor, the Australian gaming news, reviews, previews and community resource.

A respected community site since 2009 with the iiNet TopGeek 2.0, Steve Wright, at the helm, Stevivor.com moved into full-blown media status this year with a swell in visitors, trusted reviews, coverage from E3, TGS, PAX and GDC, a joint podcast with fellow Melbourne powerhouse MMGN and breaking coverage on a number of recently unannounced games and industry movements.

All the while, with a Canadian “eh” and Australian “mate” generously peppered through its coverage.

Stevivor.com is proud to have taken part in the Telstra Windows Phone 7 Social Media Review, and to have represented Xbox Australia in Seattle, WA at PAX and Halofest 2011. The site has close relations with all major publishers and is always on the lookout to liaise with other third-party publishers and developers to deliver the best of gaming culture to readers.

About the Author
Steve Wright

Steve Wright, aka Stevivor: A Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, freelance journalist, sweet games blog owner, ice hockey player/fan, beer aficionado and tech trainer. Steve is proud to be the Australian iiNet TopGeek 2.0! Check him out on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

  • http://boywithnoname.com boywithnoname

    I was listening to 680 News radio station here in Toronto, and there was a brief mention about a Maclean's article that rated Saskatoon as the most dangerous city in Canada. Your home city has such a bad rap. Why is that?

    • http://www.stevivor.com stevivor

      Everything I could possibly say would TOTALLY be misconstrued as racist… :S

  • http://boywithnoname.com boywithnoname

    No worries, I guess I'll just have to take the radio news story at face value without digging any deeper into the story, which is pretty much what the majority of radio listeners probably do to begin with (also people who read Metro) lol

  • http://joy.org.au Stephen Hahn

    Hello Steve,

    I’d really appreciate it if you could contact the me at the station stephenh@joy.org.au to discuss your views of the station. Your Twitter comments about Glitter and Tonik have prompted this, but this isn’t coming from a bad space.

    I’d like to chat about what you think we could do that would be more appealing. We are in the process of trying to develop the radio that we create, as such we have a lot of programs that I think would appeal to you.

    It’s important for the station to try and service the entire community – I know we have a long way to go and it’s a tall order – but it’s a community station – so why not let me know what you think we could do better?

    I’d really appreciate the chance to talk about it.

    Cheers
    Stephen

  • http://derekspace.blogspot.com/ Derek

    Hi,

    Just found your site via Jasper Schultz and couldn't resist giving you a big 'YAY!' for being a fan of Jonathan Tropper's books. I only discovered him earlier this year but read all his novels in a matter of weeks. Have you read his latest, 'This Is Where I Leave You' ? I had to get it in from Amazon because I couldn't wait for it to be available locally…

    Derek

  • http://none-o-rama Robin Wright

    Hi Stevie! Love the family pix! When were those taken?
    Hope all is well.

    Love you,
    Auntie