Entries in 'jobs' (126)
Testology's Harrison Baker shares his tips for getting into video game quality assurance.
You have just four more days to take part in MCV and Develop's 2015 Salary Survey.
Tracey McGarrigan, head of PR and communications at Green Man Gaming, Playfire and Green Man Loaded, offers her tips for landing a job in PR.
Gav Murphy has held video production roles at the likes of Future, Gamer Network and, now, IGN.
You have just under one week to fill in MCV and Develop's 2015 Salary Survey.
MCV is kicking off 2015 with a month of coverage on how to get a new job in the games industry, or climb further up the ladder.
Rovio has laid off approximately 110 staff and closed its studio in Tampere.
EVP of marketing Darren Cairns is leaving online retailer Green Man Gaming.
UK developer Jagex in the process of laying off an unknown number of staff.
A number of developers have lost their jobs amidst a restructuring at MMO makers NCsoft.
PC component manufacturer AMD plans to cut seven per cent of its global workforce.
Angry Birds developer Rovio has announced plans to “simplify” its organisation by cutting 130 jobs – around 16 per cent of its workforce.
Moshi Monsters outfit Mind Candy has laid off 30 staff.
Videogamer editor-in-chief Simon Miller has joined 2K Games as its new UK PR and social manager.
Jonnie Bryant has moved to Jagex as head of PR.
The market may be getting increasingly tough for Apple, but that isn’t stopping the continued growth of the App Store.
GameSpot has announced that Lucy James has joined the site as a video producer.
Something in the region of 6,000 job cuts could to be announced at Microsoft later this week, a report has claimed.
The situation at Crytek’s UK studio appears to be worsening.
Newcomers to League of Legends creator Riot Games are being offered up to $25,000 to quit their jobs.
US games journalism powerhouse Polygon has dropped three staff members as part of a tweak to its editorial direction.
Documents unearthed as part of a US legal battle between Apple and Samsung have revealed the distasteful truth underpinning some corporate strategy.
14 employees have lost their jobs at developer Airtight Games.
Although the numbers remain unspecified, Microsoft has let go some of its Studios developers.
Candy Crush Saga developer King has listed 165 openings for its studios across the globe, as the company aims to expand its workforce by 25 per cent.