Ryan Wyatt (born October 7, 1986) is an American gaming executive and former esports commentator under the name Fwiz. He is currently the global head of gaming partnerships at Google and head of gaming at YouTube, where he also leads their virtual and augmented reality business.
Wyatt was born in Canton, Ohio and raised in the neighbouring town of Hudson, going on to attend Ohio State University. As a child, he was diagnosed with Crohn's disease and received treatment at the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital.
Wyatt began his commentary career working for Major League Gaming (MLG) in 2008, casting at events such as the 2009 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare National Championship, as well as working as a referee and head of online tournaments for MLG's online eSports service GameBattles. In 2011, he joined Machinima as head of live and eSports, but returned to MLG in April 2014 to serve as vice president of programming. As part of the deal, Wyatt's personal live video and YouTube channels were aired exclusively on MLG's streaming service MLG.tv, as well as their YouTube channel. In October 2014, Wyatt left MLG again to become the global head of gaming partnerships at Google and head of gaming at YouTube.