What is DottzGaming.com?

DottzGaming.com is the website that supports the Dottz Gaming YouTube channel and Twitch Livestream. The content on my channel and website is mainly for the Elder Scrolls Online by Zenimax Online Studios. My guides aim to help players on their adventures in Tamriel, teaching them tips and tricks to make their days of playing the game fun, enjoyable, and without headaches.

In addition to guides, I feature builds on this site from valued members of our community, as well as builds I have tested and theory-crafted. We feature up-to-date PvP builds, as well as a variety of PvE builds that can be used in trials, dungeons, and general play. DottzGaming.com is your one-stop-shop from your first steps into Tamriel to helping you prepare for end-game.

DottzGaming.com is the result of a community effort, producing an experience truly by the community and for the community. I can say with confidence that we have one of the most accepting, tight-knit, and supportive gaming communities on the internet, and would love if you joined us in assisting with our growth.

Who am I?

My name is Dottz Gaming, and I am a content creator, Twitch Affiliate & YouTube partner. My YouTube channel’s journey started as a World of Warcraft PvP channel in June of 2014, and I made montage videos of myself playing arena on various different classes. At the end of 2016, I decided to call it quits though and was searching for a new game. Unsure of what game to play or what to do with my channel that had only a little over 2k subscribers at the time, I ended up deciding to play the Elder Scrolls Online in January 2017 and have been having a blast. When I first started ESO, I decided to make beginner content; my line of reasoning was that since I was a beginner, I’ll just teach people things as I learn them. Little did I know that this one decision would be what ignited the rapid growth of my YouTube channel. Since switching to ESO, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to play and collaborate with other ESO content-creators, become a sponsored gamer and supported streamer by Zenimax Online Studios, be featureed on ZoS’s community guides page regularly, and so much more! I am continually making new guides, as well as keeping my old ones updated, streaming, and working towards becoming a well-known PvP and ESO player, and just a positive force within the community. I am so excited to see what the future holds for myself as a gamer in ESO as well as a content creator and streamer on YouTube & Twitch!  If you want a more in-depth look at my journey as a content creator (from starting YouTube to 10k subs), check out this video.  My dream is to one day turn content creation into a full-time business, and I work my hardest every day to give myself that chance.  If it never happens though, I will always do this simply because I love it.


The gameplay and images associated with Elder Scrolls Online are taken from the Elder Scrolls series of video games created and owned by ZeniMax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks, the copyright of which is held by ZeniMax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks. All trademarks and registered trademarks present in the gameplay and images associated with Elder Scrolls Online are proprietary to ZeniMax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks, and the inclusion of them in this video does not imply affiliation with DottzGaming.com. The use of the gameplay and associated Elder Scrolls Online images on this website are believed to fall under the “fair use” clause of the United States of America copyright law.

In addition, the build guides on this website have thumbnails, several of which use pictures from other sources to represent the theme build. On each of those pages, proper attribution to the individual(s) or entity(s) owning the copyright were made, similar to the attribution above for Zenimax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks for the Elder Scrolls Online. The use of those images are believed to fall under the “fair use” clause of the United States of America copyright law.  If there are any issues with the image’s inclusion on the website please contact Dottz Gaming and it will be removed at your request.

The Dottz Gaming logo is my own property and all rights to that image are my own.