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Dundee – UK

As a high growth rapidly developing technology business Outplay Entertainment is continually looking to recruit the right talent to join us on our journey.

Being part of our highly talented and ambitious team here at Outplay offers the chance to work on the most advanced and exciting technologies emerging in the gaming sector.

Being an Outplayer is being multi-skilled and agile with the ability to transition across our development teams. Like our games the environment is fast-paced and responsive, fun and engaging.

If you’re looking for the chance to really influence the products you’re developing and to be recognised for the success they achieve then make the right move and apply to Outplay today!

We are looking for a dynamic Engineer to focus on creating exciting and sophisticated mobile games on iOS and Android.

The role will focus on developing high quality games with fantastic user experience, quickly building prototypes from concepts and iterate based on team feedback and writing well-abstracted, reusable and tested code.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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