Entries in 'jobs' (127)
Two of the directors of Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega Plus firm Retro Computers have resigned.
1,850 jobs are to be cut as part of Microsoft’s ending of its $7.2bn Nokia adventure.
Former Vivendi, D3P and THQ exec Adam Roberts is back in the games industry.
FIFA publisher EA has announced that Laura Miele is joining its executive leadership team next month.
The creator of MotorStorm and Driveclub has closed its doors.
5th Cell, creator of the Scribblenauts series has been forced to cut a number of positions.
Ryan Barnard, the game director of Ubisoft’s most recent smash hit The Division, has departed the company and moved to the makers of Hitman, IO Interactive.
The developer behind MMO Wildstar is confirmed significant job losses at its studio.
Former EA Europe VP Keith Ramsdale has been unveiled as the new chief operating officer of QA and localisation firm Testronic.
Marketing, development and sales are by far the best paid sectors in the UK games industry.
The EA UK team has welcomed two new members to its fold.
Your favourite industry title has bolstered its sales force.
The games buying manager at UK supermarket behemoth Tesco, Jon Hayes, has left the firm.
You haven't got long left to participate in MCV's Salary Survey.
For the better part of a decade, PR guru Stefano Petrullo helped launch some of Ubisoft's biggest games franchises.
Amy-Marie Graves has joined Square Enix Europe as a community executive.
Marie Dealessandri has been hired by MCV and Develop as a staff writer.
PC-focused website PCGamesN has made a number of additions to its editorial team.
Long-serving PlayStation veteran David Wilson has been named the new director of communications for Europe.
Fergal Gara has joined Amazon UK as director of PC.
Streaming giant Twitch has brought industry vet Kathy Astromoff on board as its vice president of game developer success.
The former gaming editor for online outlet Digital Spy, Matthew Reynolds, has moved to No Man’s Sky studio Hello Games.
Former GameSpot editor Guy Cocker is joining Haymarket’s tech publication Stuff.
Sega has announced the appointment of Joseph Kim to its mobile division, specifically with a focus on Western markets.
The Finnish studio behind mobile hit Angry Birds has let 213 staff go in a new round of job losses.