|Skistimas in 2012|
|Alias(es)||StutteringCraig, Evil Craig|
|Born|| Craig Skistimas|
June 17, 1981 (age 36)
|Occupation||Co-founder and General Manager of ScrewAttack!|
|Years active|| February 15, 2006 - present (ScrewAttack!)|
March 3, 2014 (joined YouTube)
Craig co-founded the website ScrewAttack! with Thomas Hanley in 2006. The first show to aire on it was an audio podcast called SideScrollers. Viacom Media Networks acquired rights to some of ScrewAttack’s shows, namely Top 10's, Video Game Vault and the Angry Video Game Nerd, adding it to GameTrailers. Overall ScrewAttack's content has been viewed over 1 Billion times through its website and various syndication partners including YouTube, GameTrailers, IGN, Revision 3 and Escapist. On March 28, 2014, ScrewAttack was acquired by Fullscreen. With it, Fullscreen rebranded its gaming-focused hub, Fullscreen Arcade, to ScrewAttack Network.
On November 4, 2015, ScrewAttack announced that they would be partnering up and becoming part of Rooster Teeth.
Skistimas is currently the general manager ScrewAttack!. He hosts the show Reason We Hate with Evil Craig, in which he points out reasons, most of which are joking, why he "hates" various topics.
Collaborations with MatPat Edit
Many of early episodes of Game Theory were featured on the ScrewAttack website (among others). The only time Craig himself has appeared with MatPat is on a video titled "No E3 until ESA Drops Support of SOPA" on The Game Theorists, in which Craig and other people who own gaming-related sites and web shows share their opposition and urge viewers to boycott E3 2012 and for them to ask other internet personalities and gaming-related people to do so as well unless ESA, which runs E3, withdraws their support of SOPA and PIPA.
Craig appeared a second time on the channel in the Game Theory episode "Mike Tyson's Techno Dance Party", in which MatPat explained how Craig was never able to beat Punch-Out! or, more specifically, Mike Tyson. The episode apparently helped Craig by explaining how Mike Tyson fought and why he fought.
MatPat himself has appeared a few times on ScrewAttack!'s YouTube channel, albeit not personally seen with Craig himself.