Tucker Roberts is the President of Comcast Spectacor’s Spectacor Gaming division and the company’s Seoul Infernal esports franchise that competes in the Overwatch League. In this role, Tucker is responsible for driving the sustained success of Comcast Spectacor’s esports business, as well as the Infernal’s day-to-day operations.
Reporting directly to Comcast Spectacor Chairman and CEO Dave Scott, Tucker leads the organization’s strategic growth within the esports space. In 2019, Tucker advised the company’s expansion into global markets and League of Legends, the most popular esport in the world.
Tucker joined Comcast Spectacor as a strategic advisor in September 2017, shortly after the company announced the establishment of the Philadelphia Fusion, which is one of the 12 original teams that competed in the Overwatch League’s inaugural season. Tucker was named President of the team in January 2018 and since that time, he has played an instrumental role in formulating the team’s international roster of players and coaches, as well as the creation and launch of the team’s brand. In 2023, the Fusion rebranded as the Seoul Infernal and relocated to South Korea, where the team had been operating for the previous two years. The transition built on Comcast Spectacor’s co-ownership of T1, the 3x League of Legends World Champions and 2022 Runners up, which is owned and operated in partnership with SK Square and also based in Seoul.
Prior to joining Comcast Spectacor, Tucker acquired several years of experience working in competitive gaming with industry leaders Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts. Tucker first developed his interest in the rapidly growing space during a summer internship while studying at The Wharton School.
Tucker earned a B.S. in Marketing and Management from The University of Pennsylvania in 2013, and currently lives in Los Angeles.