Blizzard Entertainment hired Dustin Browder on March 14th, 2005 to the position of senior designer. He says he brought no knowledge from his previous job at EA, since he wasn't working on games designed for e-sports there.
Browder was later made game director of Heroes of the Storm. He left this position in December, 2016, departing to join a new project within Blizzard.
In 2017, Browder was assigned as lead developer to a StarCraft first person shooter named Ares. However, in June 2019 the project was canceled, and the staff moved to other projects. He retired from Blizzard Entertainment not long after the project's cancelation.
On the battle.net forum, Browder used the handle "Cavez". When announcing games, he's been known as "T-Bone." He has an extremely enthusiastic reporting style and uses the phrase "terrible terrible damage" so much it has even been proposed as a cheat code; Browder acknowledged the mockery. It's even been used as a nickname.
In terms of personal gameplay, Browder is within the diamond league.
In StarCraft II, the Spartan Company's portrait is based on Browder. This is in fact intentional, as people at Blizzard Entertainment have noted via a running joke that Brian Sousa, whose likeness was used for the regular goliath, bears resemblance to Browder, As such, the Spartan Company unit portrait was based on Browder to reflect the joke in-game. He is also called Fatalisk by the community