Stevivor.com is nothing without its dedicated, knowledgeable and passionate team of writers. Some are considered staff, and others are freelancers that we like to include as often as we can.
One thing’s for certain — every writer comes from a different gaming background; together, our pooled experience brings you the nothing but the latest news, previews and reviews.
Steve’s the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for the past ten years. He’s a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.
Ben has been writing about games in a professional capacity since 2008. He even did it full-time for a while, but his mum never really understood what that meant. He’s been part of the Stevivor team since 2016. You will find his work across all sections of the site (if you look hard enough). Gamertag / PSN ID: Gryllis.
Avid reader and general geek, justifying the time I spend playing games by writing about them. I try not to discriminate by genre, but I remember story more than gameplay. I’ve been playing League for longer than Akali and I’m still Silver. Fallout 3 and MGS3 may be the pinnacle of gaming.
aka Ponk – a Melburnian gay gamer who works with snail mail. Enthusiastically keeping a finger in every pie of the games industry. I’ll beat you at Mario Kart, and lose to you in any shooter you can name.
Writing and producing content about video games for over a decade. Host of Australia’s longest running video game podcast The GAP found at TheGAPodcast.com. Find me on Twitter at @lukelawrie
I’m a big fan of older consoles and can flawlessly complete the first 2 levels of Donkey Kong Country with my eyes closed. These days I still play platformers but also love shooters, arcade racers and action adventure titles. I may or may not be in denial about the death of rhythm games.
From Amiga to Xbox One, Doom to Destiny, Megazone to Stevivor, I’ve been gaming through it all and have the (mental) scars to prove it. I love local multiplayer, collecting ridiculous Dreamcast peripherals, and Rocket League.
Eleni has been playing videogames for as long as she can remember and has been writing about them since starting her journalism studies in 2019.
A lover of all games but a giant Nintendo nerd, she even has the Triforce tattoo to prove it.
Joab Gilroy is the best games critic in the world. He is the current holder of the title ‘Best Esports Journalist in Australia’. He did not write his own bio. Steve Wright wrote it, actually. Check him out every week on the GAP and follow him on Twitter. Joab, not Steve Wright, who definitely wrote this bio.
Alice Clarke is a freelance journalist, producer and presenter. In her spare time her plays the drums, builds far too much Lego, and seeks to conquer the UK in Forza Horizon 4.
Omi’s a passionate gamer from Melbourne, Australia who can’t live without their Nintendo Switch and PC. Community engagement worker and writer by day, live-music punter and devourer of weird foods by night.
Events and Racing Editor at Stevivor.com. Proud RX8 owner, Strange Music fan and Joe Rogan follower. Living life one cheat meal at a time.
… that bald, gamer guy.
Born and raised in Australia, Brad has spent the last 10 years of his life living and working in Tokyo, Japan where he’s currently based and writes about anime for About.com’s Anime section.
Proud father of two, and a lover of games. Retro collector, writer, and fan of all things Japanese. I love all gaming machines equally.
A Sydneysider with a penchant for gaming and trophy collecting. Known to strum the guitar in both plastic and wooden forms.
Screenwriter, author, gamer and purveyor of all things inappropriate. His new book, THE FIRST THIRD, is out now via Penguin Australia.
From the frozen land of Minnesota, I was the weird kid that begged my parents for an Intellivision instead of an Atari. My love for gaming has only grown since. When I’m not gaming I enjoy ice hockey and training dogs. I’m still trying to get my Elkhound to add to my Gamerscore though, one day this will happen.
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