Entries in 'Recruitment' (110)
One of the key faces behind the Grand Theft Auto franchise and the boss of Rockstar North has left the company.
The former head of the Fox Engine at Konami has joined rival Japanese publisher and developer Bandai Namco.
Nintendo UK’s head of communications and partnerships Jo Bartlett has left the company.
Roughly 300 employees from the Irish branch of ZeniMax Online Studios have apparently lost their jobs.
The head of Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics is leaving the studio after ten years with the company.
Rovio has revealed that its CEO Pekka Rantala will be stepping down from his role.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has hired long-running games exec Steven Chiang to take responsibility for its games development ventures.
Moshi Monsters developer Mind Candy has closed its Brighton office.
Prominent independent developer Mike Bithell has hired a chief operating officer to help run his company, Bithell Games.
Just Cause and Mad Max developer Avalanche Studios has laid off a number of employees at its New York and Stockholm offices.
Audiomotion MD Mick Morris has left the company after 17 years to pursue a “new and fresh challenge”.
QA and localisation firm Testronic Laboratories has hired Brett Morris as its new chief exec.
Unity's business is changing, and to support this the company has embarked on a mass recruitment drive.
Sega is set to offer 200 employees ‘voluntary retirement’ as it aims to improve profitability.
The lead designer of Guild Wars 2 is the latest addition to Amazon’s games development arm.
The boss of whatever is left of Maxis, Lucy Bradshaw, is leaving EA after 23 years.
Mass Effect series writer Drew Karpyshyn has returned to BioWare three and a half years after leaving the studio.
Konami’s worldwide technology director Julien Merceron has reportedly left the company.
Long-term employee Gary Carr has departed Microsoft-owned UK studio Lionhead.
Scores of developers have reportedly been laid off at Gameloft Tokyo.
Rovio will lay off up to 260 staff as it aims to completely restructure the firm and reinvigorate its falling revenues.
John Smedley has left the studio formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment.
Clint Hocking isn’t the only high-profile member of Amazon Game Studios to leave the developer.
Frank Gibeau, an EA veteran of nearly 25 years, has joined mobile gaming company Zynga.