New York City
Twitch, live-streaming, digital culture
Education: Austin College, BA in New Media Journalism
Nathan Grayson is a reporter at The Washington Post focusing on video games, live-streaming and digital culture. He has covered video games and culture for more than 10 years. Grayson previously worked at Kotaku, one of the biggest video game websites in the world, where he covered Twitch and live-streaming. He also wrote about the work cultures and politics of companies like Blizzard and Google and hosted a podcast called "Splitscreen." Before Kotaku, he was a staff writer at Rock Paper Shotgun. Grayson is working on a book about Twitch and live-streaming.