Marc Watson

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Marc Watson
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Real name

Marc Watman

Date of birth

July 13, 1985 (age 34)[1][2]

Occupation

Content manager

Nationality

American[3]

Languages

English, Spanish[4]

Known for

Minecraft Marathon
MHF Heads

Wiki name

MidnightEnforcer[note 1]

Reddit name

Marc_IRL

Twitter name

@Marc_IRL

Minecraft names

marc
MidnightEnforcer
Marc_IRL[5]
YoloSwag4Lyfe[6]

Marc Watson is an associate producer at Mojang Studios, working with the New Games team. Prior to June 2020, Marc worked as a content manager. Before January 2016, he also worked as a customer support agent, rising to become a customer support administrator.

About[edit]

Marc previously worked in customer service for a large insurance company. He performs improvisational comedy, attends every Penny Arcade Expo,[7] and is the director of Minecraft Marathon, an annual event that raises money for the Child's Play Charity.[8]

In August 2014, Marc moved to Sweden to work from the Mojang office,[9] instead of at home in Seattle as he previously did.[10]

Mojang[edit]

Mojang first met Marc at PAX Prime 2011 when he was their Exhibitor Assistant via the PAX Enforcers (convention volunteers). He was later asked to be the Volunteer Coordinator at Minecon 2011, and helped run the two day event. He became part of Mojang on January 16, 2012,[11] and was given the task as Customer Support Manager of creating Mojang's customer support team.[12][13] His jobs included writing the articles on http://help.minecraft.net, creating and improving customer and customer service team processes, and answering emails.

Up until June 2020 Marc was part of team managing content for the Minecraft Marketplace and adding maps to Minecraft Realms.[14]

Marc's current job is an associate producer for the New Games team, responsible for non-Minecraft games from Mojang Studios like Minecraft Dungeons and Builders & Biomes.

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Notes[edit]

  1. Marc's Minecraft wiki name automatically changed from "MarcWatson" to "MidnightEnforcer" during the Gamepedia migration.

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