13 Facts About Achievement Hunter


Achievement Hunter is an American video gaming division of Rooster Teeth Productions.

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Since its founding, Achievement Hunter has grown to become a core component of Rooster Teeth, hosting a wide variety of videos related to video games.

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Alongside recurring guests and part-time members, Achievement Hunter videos are currently hosted by several full-time employees: Jack Pattillo, Gavin Free, Michael Jones, Lindsay Jones, Trevor Collins, Alfredo Diaz, Ky Cooke, BlackKrystel, and Joe Lee.

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In 2011, Achievement Hunter hired Ryan Haywood as an editor and manager; Haywood later began being featured in videos as a host in March 2012, becoming one of the main crew members.

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Achievement Hunter hired Gavin Free in 2012, after he had assisted with the company for many years.

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In March 2012, Achievement Hunter debuted Game Night, in which Ramsey and Caleb Denecour play games with community members; the series switched to a live stream format in 2014.

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In early 2013, Achievement Hunter introduced a competition series titled VS, in which the employees challenge each other to compete in games.

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Later in 2013, the company retired Achievement Hunter HORSE, replacing it with Achievement Hunter HUNT, in which a variety of employees challenge each other until the word "HUNT" has been spelled.

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On February 5,2015, Achievement Hunter officially founded the Let's Play Network YouTube channel.

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In early 2015, Achievement Hunter hosted the first Let's Play Live at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.

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In mid-2015, Achievement Hunter launched a new YouTube channel, named after themselves, where they upload series of videos that were previously uploaded to the Rooster Teeth channel.

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Later in 2016, Achievement Hunter introduced RouLet's Play, where hosts play a game at random, Heroes and Halfwits, a sort of dungeons and dragons gameplay with Haywood, Jones, Ramsey, Griffon Ramsey, and Gus Sorola, and Schooled in which Ramsey and his daughter Millie teach kids to play video games in hopes of defeating the main Achievement Hunter members.

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On June 10,2020, Achievement Hunter premiered their new show titled Hardcore Minigolf, where employees and friends of the company compete in a tournament style game of mini-golf.

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