„If you´re going to San Francisco…” With Scott McKenzie´s song stuck in our heads, we went to California the week before Easter to visit the annual Game Developer´s Conference (GDC) 2013. We did not wear flowers in our hair, but were packed with the newest version of Kartuga, our brand new Pirate Action MMO.
Every day, we set ambitious goals, and as a team, we try everything to reach them - for great games, for millions of active players all around the world. At our Hamburg-based headquarters, over 220 colleagues from about 14 countries work together in exciting projects, party together and develop new ideas. Want a look behind the scenes? Just check out our newly produced employee video. In this clip, colleagues from several departments and countries talk about their daily jobs and what they think is special about their work here at InnoGames.
Do you want a job combining your passion and creativity? Do you want room for self-development and to team up with the best? Then we are your place to go! Check out the open positions at career.innogames.com.
In search of talent InnoGames is taking a new path: If you have been to Hamburg, Germany lately, maybe you already had the chance to notice our new ground posters. Our career team has assembled the Altona train station and some suburban trains with them. After 2012 being the most successful year in company history thanks to new games like Forge of Empires and classics like Grepolis, we are also looking for highly motivated new colleagues who want to enrich our team of over 200 employees next year. All open job positions and more information about your chances at InnoGames can be found on our career pages at career.innogames.com.
Today, about 50 students visited us in our Hamburg headquarter. Reason was the yearly Talent Day, on which Hamburg-based companies from the media and IT industry open their doors to give insights into the different career opportunities.
Last week, InnoGames employees boarded buses with beer in hand to an unknown location. The annual InnoGames summer party started out with a hand out of pirate gear - eye patches and bandanas – revealing to attendees that a Kartuga event was in store.