Jagex voted the best UK games company to work for

UK, Cambridge, 10th March, 2008– Jagex Ltd, the online games developer, today announced it has been voted one of the“100 Best Companies to Work For” for the second year in succession, and is the only games company to make the prestigious Sunday Times poll.

"I have never worked at a company with such an employee-friendly ethos and it is a great achievement to be the only games company to appear in the top 100 list. It has been a busy year for everyone at Jagex, developing RuneScape and launching our new games portal, FunOrb. Making the Times list is a great reward for everyone’s hard work over the past 12 months" said Geoff Iddison, CEO, Jagex Ltd.

About Jagex Ltd

Jagex Ltd is an independent games developer and publisher based in Cambridge, England, with over 350 employees. With proprietary graphics compression, game engine and network communication technologies, Jagex creates online games which are enjoyed by millions of players around the world.

About Best Companies

The Best Companies scheme acknowledges organisations that provide excellent working environments and company cultures, as well as great leadership. Now in its eighth year, The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For is the biggest and most comprehensive survey of employee opinion in the UK. The views of more than 180,000 employees in 657 companies have been fed into this year’s results.

Press Contact:

Adam Tuckwell

Jagex Ltd

Head of Corporate Communications

press@jagex.com

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http://www.jagex.com/corporate/Press


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