Euideok "Vito" Oh
Since joining Inven Communications in 2005 as an entry-level journalist, Euideok Oh worked a wide variety of positions until his instatement as Editor-in-Chief. His eleven years of experience helped him lead and direct Inven Communication's editorial operations.
As Inven’s Editor-in-Chief, Vito made multiple efforts to introduce global game events and culture to Korean gamers, laying the groundwork for our eventual globalization. It was no surprise when he was appointed as Inven Global’s first Chief Executive Officer.
Vito is a hardcore gamer himself, also he is a big fan of esports, with his main interests being League of Legends and Overwatch. His honest passion for games and deep understanding of the game industry are enormous assets for Inven Global.
Vito has always been at the forefront of the Korean game industry and Inven’s globalization, lending his journalistic foresight and gaming experience to all those who need them.
Professor Donald Marinelli's unwavering support was instrumental in the foundation of Inven Global. As our Director of Innovation, he is planning to utilize his great interest in and understanding of the Korean game development and entertainment technology industries.
Donald Marinelli is a household name in the American digital entertainment industry. As a co-founder of the Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center in Pittsburgh - a top-tier educational institution in the fields of game development and entertainment technology - he taught over 31 years countless students who would go on to work with industry-leading organizations such as EA, Ubisoft, and Disney.
Since leaving CMU ETC in 2012, Donald Marinelli has gone on to expand his influence on the American digital entertainment industry by co-founding SD Technologies, delivering lectures as a Visiting Senior Professor at Arizona State, and serving as the Academic Director for Columbia University's Entertainment Technology Management program.
With his wealth of experience and contacts in the gaming and entertainment industries, Donald Marinelli will help Inven Global effectively connect with the North American market.
Junki “Artz” Hong
Hong Jun-ki started working in the gaming industry in 2009 as a game reporter. In Inven KR, he established the broadcast team and worked as a director to create numerous esports leagues, events, and game broadcast content. Based on his 10-year experience in the industry, Jun-ki now works as a business director in Inven Global. His love and passion for gaming has always been amazing. With his insight and dedication towards games and esports, he is ready to talk business with the partners of Inven Global.
Jiyeon "KaEnn" Kim
Jiyeon Kim graduated from Ewha Womans University with a degree in Journalism & Broadcasting and worked at InvenKR as a Senior Editor for 5 years. With her language ability in Korean, English, and Japanese, Jiyeon mostly covered news on console games and news on online & mobile games as well. Through her experience as an editor, she broadened her insight into the gaming industry. Currently, she works for Inven Global as the Operations Director because she deeply understands and knows both Inven Global and InvenKR well. Jiyeon is in charge of Operations, Accounting&Financial, Legals, HR businesses, Advertisements and New businesses.
Director of Strategic Content
Nick D'Orazio has worked as a video game writer and esports journalist for 6 years before he became the Director of Strategic Content at Inven Global. Nick has written strategy guides and articles for Blizzard Entertainment, Inven Global, GosuGamers, and now spends the majority of his time leading teams of content creators through the often misunderstood world of esports content. A lifelong gamer, Nick's favorite games include Street Fighter: Third Strike, Warcraft 3, and World of Warcraft: Classic.
Before moving into the gaming world, Colleen Cunha produced content for outlets including Hulu, Fandango, and GoPro. Working with clients like Nvidia and Duracell, she transitioned into esports content, moving on to write and produce content for Echo Fox, Geek & Sundry, Mortal Kombat, and other gaming orgs, ultimately showrunning over 200 episodes of Game Talk Live, a daily live gaming news discussion show for Facebook. Since joining Inven Global in early 2019 as Partnerships Manager, Colleen has created and fostered relationships with exciting partners from around the gaming space- and she is always searching for new collaborators!
Joshua Kim has worked within Korea and China as an esports commentator and MC spanning across multiple games for 8 years before moving to America. The move to America in 2017 saw a shift from public speaker to competitive esports team manager with concentrations in Korean/English translation. Now, Joshua is the Project Manager at Inven Global and oversees the various current and future ambitions of the company.
Eric Gindele graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in media production and has a background in producing and writing video content for esports teams and organizations nationwide. Now Eric uses his knowledge of the industry as a business manager for Inven Global, working with alongside this team to manage promotional campaigns, secure sponsorships, create event proposals, and handle day-to-day operations.
Nick Geracie has been a journalist for 5 years. Starting in 2016, Nick began covering esports on a freelance basis. After starting to work with Inven Global covering League of Legends as a freelancer in August 2018, Nick accepted an offer at the start of last December to become a staff writer at Inven Global full-time. In his new position, Nick strives to redefine the standard of esports journalism as the industry continues to grow across the globe.
Social Media Manager
Lara Lunardi has a degree in game development and has worked in the field since 2014. Her expertise is in content creation for gaming, social media management focused in game media and digital assets.