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Ubisoft: ‘Canada is a great place to work’

Speaking to Develop as part of our ongoing three-week Canada Special, Ubisoft’s Québec City has revealed why it finds its homeland such a rewarding place to work.

The studio behind games such as Surf’s Up and Rainbow Six Vegas PSP has been in the Québec province almost 5 years, and as a result has had plenty of time to take advantage of a region famous for its tax credit and other industry infrastructure.

“Canada is a great place to work wherever you come from," said the studio’s general manager Nicolas Rioux. "It has a high quality of life and a lot of talented people working in art and science. Video games offer the perfect combination of both fields. We have a lot of schools and universities, especially in Quebec, teaching video game programming, animation, digital arts, etc.”

To read our full studio profile of Ubisoft Québec City, click here, and check back every day for more features on Canada’s leading developers, service providers, tech companies and trade bodies.

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