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|Founded||April 1st, 2003|
|Key people||Matt Hullum (CEO)
Yvonne Secretan (VP, Operations)
Burnie Burns (Creative Director; Former CEO)
|Products||Red vs. Blue
Rooster Teeth Shorts
Rooster Teeth Comics
The Rooster Teeth Podcast
Rooster Teeth Productions, LLC. is a production studio and Multi Channel Network located in Austin, Texas of the United States that specializes in the creation of live action shorts, animated pieces and machinima, or films created using real-time, interactive engines from computer and video games. The name Rooster Teeth is a euphemism for Cockbite, an insult used in one of the group's trailers. Originally, the group ran a website called drunkgamers.com, a reviewing site in which Burnie Burns, Gustavo Sorola, and Geoff Ramsey reviewed video games while drunk to try to get games from video game developers. Burnie Burns also created voice-over-enhanced gameplay videos of Bungie Studios' popular first-person shooter video game Halo: Combat Evolved. Eventually, these videos led to the creation of Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles, an award-winning comedic science-fiction series that was announced in May 2002, premiered on April 1, 2003 and ended on June 28, 2007, with the release of episode 100. Red vs. Blue gained a huge fan base and, while it is still ongoing and continues to be the main focus of Rooster Teeth's work, they have also branched off into numerous separate projects, including live-action shorts.
The fifth season of Red vs. Blue marked the end of The Blood Gulch Chronicles, and the beginning of new seasons that featured a more serious plot and more action, while still retaining its comedic roots (The Blood Gulch Chronicles also features a spin-off miniseries called Out of Mind, released between seasons 4 and 5.) The first three seasons released after The Blood Gulch Chronicles were Reconstruction, Recreation, and Revelation. These, along with the miniseries Recovery One and miniseries Relocated comprise The Recollection series. The next two seasons were simply called Seasons 9 and 10, and comprise the Project Freelancer series. Unlike past seasons, the Project Freelancer series is separated by two narratives. The first includes the cast of the Blood Gulch Chronicles, and continues after the events of The Recollection trilogy, while the second is a prequel of The Blood Gulch Chronicles, and tells the story of the Project Freelancer agents.
As of May 18th 2013, Rooster Teeth's YouTube page has 4,794,962 subscribers and 2,082,151,584 video views.
Early company history 
While attending the University of Texas at Austin, Burnie Burns and Matt Hullum collaborated with actor Joel Heyman on a 1997 independent film called The Schedule. The film helped Hullum and Heyman to find work in Los Angeles, California, but otherwise had limited success. Working for a local company named Telenetwork, Burns later met Geoff Ramsey (then named "Geoff Fink"), Gustavo Sorola, Dan Godwin, and Jason Saldaña, and the five formed drunkgamers.com, a website where the five reviewed various video games while drunk. According to Ramsey, the group tried to receive free games to review, but "incurred the wrath" of several game developers in doing so.
One of the non-gameplay videos that the drunkgamers crew created during this time was a live-action parody of the Apple Switch ad campaign. This video featured Sorola as the main actor, used Peter Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" as background music, and focused on the lack of games available for the Apple Macintosh computer.
Gus Sorola and Burnie Burns said that the name change from 'Drunk Tank Podcast' to 'Rooster Teeth Podcast' was for the same reason that 'Drunk Gamers' was changed to 'Rooster Teeth'. They explained that they realized nobody would give games or sponsor something with 'drunk' in the title "because it was so unprofessional." 
Red vs. Blue 
Responsible for reviewing games on the Microsoft Xbox, Burns regularly posted gameplay videos of Halo: Combat Evolved and eventually began to add humor to them with voice-overs. The idea for a series came next, and a trailer for Red vs. Blue was posted in 2002. Six months later, the drunkgamers website closed. However, the following week, the magazine Computer Gaming World asked permission to include the Switch parody in a CD to be included with an issue. To take advantage of the resultant publicity, Rooster Teeth re-encoded the video to point to redvsblue.com, and revived the Red vs. Blue project. Burns also contacted his old friends Matt Hullum and Joel Heyman and convinced them to work on the series.
In a parody of science fiction films and games and of military life, Red vs. Blue tells the story of two groups of soldiers fighting a civil war in a desolate box canyon. Initially, Rooster Teeth expected the series to consist of only six to eight episodes. However, the series became popular quickly, receiving 20,000 downloads in a single day. Accordingly, Burns conceived an extension of the plot. The series' fifth and supposedly final season officially ended with episode 100, released on June 28, 2007. However, the group has continued to release new material, including five additional complete seasons (seasons 6-10) and numerous PSA announcements. These PSAs included a five-part mini-series to promote Halo 3.
In late 2009, animator Monty Oum was hired by RT after his popular Haloid video caught their attention, with his employment being announced at PAX East 2010. He provides pre-rendered character animations to achieve action scenes or character movements in Red vs. Blue that are unable to be done using just the Halo engine. Season eight of Red vs. Blue is the first season of the series to make extensive use of animation, and Burnie revealed in an interview that he and Oum are in the process of creating a completely animated series with no machinima elements, now announced to be RWBY.
Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles won several awards, including four from the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences. Writing for the New York Times, Clive Thompson credited the series as the first machinima production "to break out of the underground". Red vs. Blue videos have been shown in Xbox demo kiosks, and content that is included with the premium "Legendary" edition of Halo 3. Members of the cast were also featured in an Easter egg in the campaign mode of Halo 3. Their relationship with Halo developer Bungie has grown to the point that Rooster Teeth commonly produces videos on Bungie's behalf, such as promotional series for Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach in August 2009 and August 2010, respectively, and a video honoring 'Bungie Day' in July 2010 and again for 2011.
Besides The Blood Gulch Chronicles, Rooster Teeth Productions' other Red vs. Blue productions consist of three mini-series—Out of Mind, Recovery One, and Relocated—and three full-length series, Reconstruction, Recreation and Revelation, which compose the Recollections trilogy.
On March 28, 2011, Rooster Teeth released the trailer for "Red vs. Blue" season 9, which was released in Summer 2011. Season 9 began a new series called Project Freelancer, and continues the adventures of the Blood Gulch crew along with agents from Project Freelancer. New episodes were released every Monday (along with a PSA every four weeks) at roosterteeth.com Red vs. Blue: Season 9 began on June 14, 2011 and concluded on November 22, 2011. The tenth season began on Memorial Day, May 28, 2012 and concluded November 5, 2012 (the day before Halo 4 launch).
Other machinima 
In May 2004, at the E3 gaming convention, Rooster Teeth was introduced to The Sims 2 and realized that the game would be suitable for a series that parodied reality television; Electronic Arts agreed. The result was The Strangerhood, a comedy series that centers on eight strangers who awake one day unaware of where they are or how they arrived there. Its first season of 17 episodes completed on April 27, 2006. In 2005, the group collaborated with Paul Marino on Strangerhood Studios, a spin-off commissioned by the Independent Film Channel. This spin-off was the first machinima series to be commissioned for broadcast and won an award for Best Editing at the 2005 Machinima Film Festival.
Also in 2006, Rooster Teeth partnered with Maybeck Productions to create PANICS, a short series that chronicles the misadventures of Bravo Team a group of soldiers sent to investigate a paranormal disturbance . The four publicly released episodes were released between September 27, 2005 and October 18, 2005, and a prequel was released with F.E.A.R. - Director's Edition. The mini-series won an award for Best Writing at the 2005 Machinima Film Festival.
In mid-2006, Electronic Arts commissioned Rooster Teeth to direct commercials for their EA Sports brand of games, including Madden NFL 2007 and NCAA Football 2007, for broadcast on television. Rooster Teeth released some of this work on their website. In late November 2006, controversy arose over a Madden NFL 07 commercial, when Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark complained about his depiction in the commercial. Hit and tackled multiple times in the advertisement by Philadelphia Eagles players, Clark stated, "I haven't seen the commercial, but I'm upset about it. It makes me look like a punk." In response, Rooster Teeth posted a director's cut, in which Clark plays and dominates every position.
Rooster Teeth's other machinima productions are 1-800-Magic, a four-episode mini-series created in 2006 using the game Shadowrun, and Supreme Surrender, a 2008 mini-series made using Supreme Commander.
Live action 
Captain Dynamic 
In early 2009, Rooster Teeth first ventured into live-action with a mini-series to promote the online game "City of Heroes", entitled Captain Dynamic. It was based around a team of writers who are hired to use the new content creation tools in the game to promote the worst superhero in the world, Captain Dynamic. Directed by Matt Hullum and written by Burnie Burns, the series starred Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies, who is a long time friend and fan of Rooster Teeth, Rooster Teeth employee actor Joel Heyman, and actor Shannon McCormick. Rooster Teeth staff and guest actors were used in minor and extra roles. The series also led to the release of an iPhone app called the Awesome Button.
Rooster Teeth Shorts 
Following the positive reception of Captain Dynamic, Rooster Teeth began producing another live-action series, Rooster Teeth Shorts, a sketch comedy which parodies life at their offices in a similar fashion to the webcomic. The series features the staff of Rooster Teeth, who all play caricatures of themselves, as well as occasional appearances from voice actors from some of their machinima series. The first season ran for twenty episodes, which along with the Captain Dynamic mini-series has been released on DVD.
The second season of RT Shorts debuted on April 23, 2010, with new episodes released weekly via the Rooster Teeth website until a hiatus during late July 2010, during which the team focused all their efforts towards Red vs. Blue episodes. With production on Red vs. Blue complete, weekly RT Shorts episodes began again on August 28, 2010 until the second season's conclusion with its twenty-fourth episode and DVD release in early December. Season 3's DVD can be purchased at a discount when bundled with Season 9 of Red vs. Blue. Shortly before season two's conclusion, Rooster Teeth collaborated with the team behind Mega64, a video game centered comedy series. Together they produced four Rooster Teeth Shorts episodes, which were released on the Rooster Teeth website as the beginning of season three.
Half-way through season four, Burns announced the cancellation of Rooster Teeth Shorts in favor of several new series. However, on April 1, 2013 Rooster Teeth announced Rooster Teeth Shorts would return with a fifth season, on the same day, the season premiere episode "Reunion" was released and marked the tenth anniversary of the company.
The Slow Mo Guys 
The Slow Mo Guys is a live action series created by Rooster Teeth employee Gavin Free, and stars Free and Daniel Gruchy, the series premiered on November 3, 2010. Free confirmed that the series had been picked up by Rooster Teeth on February 20, 2013, and that further episodes of the series would be released on Rooster Teeth's website, as well as the series' existing YouTube channel.
Immersion is a series in which Burnie Burns and Griffon Ramsey test the concepts of video games in real life. Burnie joked in the company's Podcast that the series started as an "elaborate way for [them] to do fun stuff and get paid for it". The first season focused on torturing Geoff Ramsey and Gus. They will soon be starting another season sometime in 2013. This season, Gavin Free and Michael Jones will be the test dummies.
A parody of historical events done in the style of modern vlogging on YouTube. This series marks the launch of a new channel from Rooster Teeth Productions called Rooster Teeth Shows.
The Gauntlet 
On Halloween 2012, a partnership between Rooster Teeth and Blip was announced, with the premiere of their new 10-episode, reality game competition series sponsored by GEICO. The show follows gamers from around the United States competing in contests of skills, concentration, agility and stamina, inspired by reality competitions Wipeout and The Voice. The show was hosted by Ali Baker and Burnie Burns, the Geico Gauntlet Games Master.
A Simple Walk into Mordor 
A new series created to celebrate the release of The Hobbit in December 2012. Rooster Teeth employees, Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais, attempt to walk from the filming location of Hobbiton in Matamata, New Zealand to the filming location of Mount Doom, at Mount Ngauruhoe. In the Lord of the Rings movie and book series, it took Frodo and Sam six months. Chris and Kerry along with their New Zealand guide Nick attempt to do this in six days, because they wanted to do something that no one had ever done before, and hope to drop a replica of the One Ring into the mountain, after walking over 120 miles. They instead buried it about 1/3 of the way up the mountain and set forth a challenge for fans to go and find the one ring.
Future projects 
Rooster Teeth moved into a larger office in early September 2010, which they have made into "half a warehouse" in order to allow plenty of room for live action sets. In the future, they hope to produce a live-action feature-length film, and Matt Hullum joked a colony on the moon. 
Other products 
In 2006, Rooster Teeth Productions formed its own webcomic series, Rooster Teeth Comics. The strip satirized the staff members in their regular daily lives, although often pushing each member's personality to the extreme for comedic effect. The humorous situations often related to real life events in the lives of the staff, or other widely recognized current events. It was drawn by Luke McKay, a member of the Rooster Teeth community, and was written by Griffon Ramsey, the wife of Geoff Ramsey. The comics were released three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The first four years of the comic were released in separate collected edition books. On August 20, 2011, Rooster Teeth announced that the webcomics have ended. Books 1-5 are available on iBooks for iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad as well as on their website.
Achievement Hunter 
Formed in 2008, Achievement Hunter is a website dedicated to comedic walkthroughs for achievements and easter eggs in video games in addition to weekly series.
In late 2007, Rooster Teeth created a Halo 3 multiplayer game-type called Grifball, played on the map Foundry. The idea for the game came from a joke that was cut from an episode promoting the Heroic Map Pack, in which Grif creates the "laziest gametype in the world"; a round of capture the flag where the flag spawns right next to the capture point. Burnie realized that the frantic nature of only having seconds to stop the flag reaching its destination was fun and changed it to the "Assault" gametype so that each team had a point to defend, as well as spawning the players with weapons.
The name "Grifball" comes from a gag in season four of Red vs. Blue when Sarge exclaims, "This is the best game since Grifball", while trying to shoot Grif down from a ledge. In reference to the joke, Burnie changed the game settings so that players who pick up the ball turn orange, Grif's armor color. Players who pick up the ball will either explode when they plant the bomb or will be killed by an enemy, referencing Sarge's hatred of Grif.
The name originated from Gavin Free when members of the cast were coming up for a name for the new sport.
The gametype became so popular that Bungie began to regularly include the gametype in the Double EXP Weekends playlist of Halo 3 matchmaking, making it a ranked playlist for a limited time in December 2009, and adding Grifball courts with identical specifications to the original into other maps. In February 2011, Bungie added Grifball to the matchmaking community playlist, as a permanently available gametype.
Rooster Teeth has organized their own official Grifball leagues, covering the United States, the European Union and Oceania. McFarlane Toys also released a Grifball action figure. Rooster Teeth created a machinima miniseries based on Grifball, titled Grifball: Expansion, which follows an untalented Grifball team. It was distributed via Halo Waypoint and ran for three episodes. The follow-up miniseries, titled Grifball: Zero Tolerance, Grifball: Franchise Player, and Grifball: Double Agent were released a short time later and also ran for three episodes.
In the years that followed, a Grifball informational website, GrifballHub, created a second non-competitive league for recreational players only called the Good Games League, and in the years that followed Rooster Teeth ceased running their league. It has since been recreated by community members under its original name, the American Grifball League of America, but it is no longer located at the Rooster Teeth website. A second competitive league, the National Grifball Association was also recently launched in early 2012, and is currently in its third season. All three leagues now primarily play Grifball in Halo 4, but occasionally go back to earlier versions for special events.
On May 27–29, 2011 Rooster Teeth held their first official community event in Austin, Texas. Initially planned as a small gathering for 200 people, demand was so high that over 500 tickets were accidentally sold within minutes of being made available online. Attendees were treated to a tour of the office, an exclusive t-shirt and the chance to take part in a special episode of Immersion. RTX 2012 expanded significantly and took place on July 7 and 8 at the Austin Convention Center, with a highlight feature of the first publicly playable demo of Halo 4.
The Rooster Teeth Podcast 
On December 9, 2008, after temporarily reviving a feature on their website from their previous website, drunkgamers.com, where the staff talked about different topics of the week while inebriated with accompanying responses in text with pictures, Rooster Teeth released their first audio podcast, The Drunk Tank, available for download through iTunes, Zune Marketplace and their website. It has since become one of the more popular features of the site, at one point becoming the #1 most downloaded podcast on iTunes, as well as a featured podcast in the iTunes Store. New episodes have been released regularly every Wednesday since April 10, 2009, with occasional special episodes or multiple releases in one week. On June 23, 2010, the podcast changed to a .m4a "enhanced" format which allows listeners to use an interactive "link dump" to be able to view more information on the topics of the week's podcast. In July 2010, Jordan Cwierz, aka JayOrDan, released the first Drunk Tank Animated Adventure (now called Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures). In October 2011 Cwierz was officially hired to produce the animated shorts full-time as a feature of the podcast. On September 28, 2011 Sorola announced The Drunk Tank was to be re-christened The Rooster Teeth Podcast to create a more unified public image for the company. On August 18, 2010, the podcast was officially implemented into the Rooster Teeth website. To celebrate their 100th episode on February 9, 2011 they released their first ever video podcast which featured Gus Sorola, Geoff Ramsey, Burnie Burns, and Griffon Ramsey. On January 18, 2012, the podcast gained its first sponsor, Audible.com.
Since its inception, the podcast has usually featured three or four of the Rooster Teeth staff members as well as the occasional guest such as their musical composer Nico Audy-Rowland or friends or family of the staff members. The main staff members of the podcast include Sorola, Burns, and Ramsey (until his departure from the podcast), with heavy recurring roles from Joel Heyman, Gavin Free, Jack Pattillo, Barbara Dunkelman, and Griffon Ramsey (until her departure from the company). The podcast is thus largely comedic commentary on the popular culture of the week, including video games, recent news, website features, sports and upcoming projects as well as highlighting fan-made projects. The podcast also goes onto tangents on subjects not related to what the podcast says it is about in the description. On the Rooster Teeth website the subjects discussed in the podcast can be found under the podcast tab. The podcast regularly pokes fun at the Rooster Teeth members, such as Jack's sudden aggression over small things, and Geoff's tattoos. With Gavin appearing, the topics quickly tailspin into jokes about genitalia, his and others. On October 11, 2011, Griffon Ramsey announced she had quit Rooster Teeth Productions to pursue other careers. On January 7, the podcast won "Best Gaming Podcast" at the 8th Annual Podcast Awards. The RoosterTeeth Podcast has recently adapted a new style of doing podcasts in which they live stream to sponsors on their website the night before the release.
Red vs. Blue: Animated 
Red vs. Blue: Animated was a joint production between Rooster Teeth and animation studio Humoring the Fates. The test piece was screened at PAX 2008. The piece sees Church, Simmons and Grif attempting to battle through a Covenant base to free Sarge and Tex from imprisonment.
At PAX East 2010, it was strongly implied by the staff that Red vs. Blue: Animated did not get picked up. Geoff Ramsey commented, "We're just too lazy to work on it—we like our own schedule; we just can't work with someone elses timeframe." At the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, Rooster Teeth declared that a lot of the ideas and aspects of Red vs. Blue: Animated had been assimilated into the original Red vs. Blue machinima series through the addition of pre-rendered CGI. It was also said that the CGI elements added to Red vs. Blue were more inline with where they wanted to take the series in the first place and, as such, they have no plans to pursue this avenue at any point in the foreseeable future.
|2003–present||Red vs. Blue||Machinima||10, 5 mini-series|
|2004–2006||The Strangerhood||Machinima||1, 1 mini-series|
|2008–present||Achievement Hunter||Various||Daily episodes|
|2008||Supreme Surrender||Machinima||1 season|
|2009||Captain Dynamic||Live action||1 season|
|2009–present||Rooster Teeth Shorts||Live action||5 seasons|
|2010–present||The Slow Mo Guys||Live action||Monthly episodes|
|2010–present||Immersion||Live action||2 seasons|
|2011–2012||Past Cast||Live action||1 season|
|2012||Nature Town!||Animated||1 season|
|2012−present||RT Life||Live Action||Weekly episodes|
|2012–present||The Gauntlet||Live action||1 season|
|2012–2013||A Simple Walk Into Mordor||Live action||1 season|
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