Entries in 'Recruitment' (60)
Auto Club Revolution developer Eutechnyx has lost more staff to its sister firm ZeroLight as the studio continues to restructure.
Analysts believe that Genyo Takeda is the man most likely to be named as the new president of Nintendo.
The CEO of Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment has left after 15 years with the company.
Japanese gaming firm Gree International has shut down its studio in Vancouver, Canada, laying off all staff and discontinuing development on all of the team’s projects.
Mike Capps, the former president of Unreal Engine creator Epic Games, has joined Unity Technologies.
Zynga is set to lay off 364 staff as part of its plans to stem its losses and move back into profit.
A series of job cuts has been made throughout Disney Interactive, specifically the team behind kids games platform Club Penguin.
Japanese publisher DeNA has laid of an unspecified but reportedly significant number of employees in the US.
There have been some major changes at Ubisoft’s UK PR team.
UK games industry stalwart Rod Cousens has left Codemasters and taken the job of CEO at Jagex.
Driveclub developer Evolution could be about to lose half of its staff.
Newcastle is the host of a new Ubisoft office, which opens today.
Recruitment partner OPM has signed on as Gift Partner for this year's MCV Awards.
Premier PR’s Simon Byron is leaving the company to make the jump into publishing.
Rebranded developer Daybreak Game Company has cjob losses at its San Diego and Austin studios.
Amazon UK's category leader for video games and software, Ketu Patel, has left the etailer.
Cryss Leonhart, community manager at online game company Aeria Games Europe, tells us the lessons he has learnt moving from journalism to indie development, and eventually, community management.
It’s a New Year, and it could well be a new start for your career.
There have been a number of changes in Nintendo's UK team.
It’s official. The UK games industry is full of workaholics.
Alex Gouldman's time as an intern for industry charity GamesAid is shortly coming to a close.
Last year, QA specialist Justin Cutress moved from the UK to the Czech Republic so he could work at start-up mobile game company Cashplay.
Katy Ellis, account executive at experiential marketing firm Amplify, shares her journey through the games industry and offers her tips for applying for jobs.
Lis Naylor, MD of recruitment firm Lis Welsh, tells us what the biggest interview pitfalls job hunters face and how they can be avoided.
You might know him as a senior PR manager for publisher Ubisoft, but Stefano Petrullo led a long career before this, starting off as a journalist in Italy.