The games industry is a global success story, an industry of the future which is growing and creating job opportunities for high skilled people. TIGA is determined to help both aspiring games developers and those already working in the industry to fulfill their career ambitions.

British Developer seeks Talented UI Designer
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United Kingdom (Surrey)

Innovative Games Studio seeks Experienced AI C++ Programmer
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United Kingdom (Midlands)

Art Director - Cutting Edge Technology
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

C++ Game Play Programmer – AAA Studio
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

C++ Game Play Programmer – AAA Studio
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

Senior UI Interface Artist
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Germany (Hamburg)

Senior Games Programmer
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Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Senior Graphics Programmer - AAA Titles
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United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Filmmaker/Animator
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United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland)

General Manager - Games Middleware
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United Kingdom (Scotland)

Marketing Director
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United Kingdom (Dundee, Scotland)

Backend Engineer - Social Games
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Spain (Barcelona)

Senior Network Programmers - AAA Games
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United Kingdom (Yorkshire )

C++ Programmer
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United Kingdom (West Yorkshire )

Art Director - Social Mobile Games
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Spain (Barcelona)

Camera Programmer - AAA
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Poland (Warsaw)

Lead C++ Programmer
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Spain (barcelona)

UI Artist - AAA Studio
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Poland (Warsaw)

Senior Environment Artist - Leading Studio
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Poland (Warsaw)

Character Artist - AAA RPGs
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Poland (Warsaw)

Graphics Programmers - AAA Franchise
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United Kingdom (West Midlands)

Front End Engineer - Social Games
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Spain (Barcelona)

FPS Level Designer
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

FPS Game Designer
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Monetization Specialist
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Talented UI Artist/Designer -
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United Kingdom (South East London)

Senior/Lead Programmer C# and Unity
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China (Shanghai)

Pillar Franchise looking for UI Developer Copenhagen
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

C++ Programmer
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United Kingdom (West Midlands)

Producer - AAA, RPG Games
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Poland (Warsaw)

Senior Environment Artist
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United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Art Director - RPG Studio
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Germany (Hamburg)

Junior and Mid Level Programmers
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United Kingdom (North West )

Level Artist
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Malta (Malta)

Talented Level Designer
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Poland (Warsaw)

illustrator - Leading Games Developer/Publisher
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Poland (Warsaw)

Senior Animation Programmer
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Poland (Warsaw)

Java Server Developer
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Germany (Hamburg)

Senior Engine Programmer - AAA Games
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Poland (Warsaw)

Multi Player Programmer
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Poland (Warsaw)

Lighting Artist - AAA
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Poland (Warsaw)

Unity Developers - Social/Mobile Games Studio
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United Kingdom (Scotland)

Programmer - Racing Studio
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United Kingdom (The Midlands )

Programmer - AAA Studio
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United Kingdom (West Midlands )

BI Developer - Social Gaming
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Spain (Barcelona)

Lead Game Designer
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Spain (Barcelona)

VFX Artist - AAA Studio
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

Programmers - AAA Studio
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United Kingdom (North West )

Lead Developer - Online/Mobile Games
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Germany (Hamburg)

Senior Gameplay Programmer Required - Top RPG's
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Poland (Warsaw)

C++ 3D Graphics Programmers - Japan
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Japan (Japan)

Sharepoint/.Net Developer Wanted AAA Copenhagen
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

C++ Audio Programmer - Next Gen Studio - Copenhagen
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

Senior Technical Director - AAA Studio
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Sweden (Stockholm)

Gameplay Animator
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Finland (Finland)

Senior Programmer - AAA
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United Kingdom (London)

Senior Producer - AAA Title
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United Kingdom (London)

UI Programmer - Racing Games
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United Kingdom (Midlands )

Experienced and Senior Graphics Programmers
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United Kingdom (Oxford )

Physics Programmer - Cutting Edge Technology
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Poland (Warsaw)

VFX Artist
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Poland (Warsaw)

3D Artist wanted - Leading Studio
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Malta (Makta)

Level Designer - Racing Studio
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United Kingdom (Midlands)

Lead 3D Networking Programmer
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Spain (Barcelona)

Localization Producer - AAA Amsterdam
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Netherlands (Amsterdam )

Senior C++ Mobile Games Programmer
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United Kingdom (Warwickshire )

Product Planner
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United Kingdom (Berkshire )

Senior Tools Programmer
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Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Game Mechanics Programmers - AAA Games for young Gamers
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United Kingdom (North West England)

Tools Programmmer - AAA Games
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United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Expert Game Monetization Designer
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Germany (Hamburg)

Senior/Lead AI Programmer
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Finland (Finland)

Product Manager - Social Mobile Games
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Spain (Northern Spain)

Art Director
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United Kingdom (Warwickshire )

Flex UI Developer - AAA
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United Kingdom (East Midlands)

Senior Environment Artist - Leading Studio
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United Kingdom (Midlands)

Design Section Manager - AAA Games
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Denmark (Copenhagen)

Senior Environment Artist - Leading Studio
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United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Producer - RPG
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Poland (Warsaw)

Senior Technology Programmer - Mobile Games
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Germany (Germany)

Producer - Award winning games studio
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United Kingdom (Northern England)

Multi Player Programmers
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

3D Animator - AAA Titles
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

UI/UX Graphic Artist/Designer
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Environment Artist - AAA
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Senior Gameplay Programmer Required - AAA Games
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Game Backend Programmer - Mobile Games
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Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

Senior Backend Engineer
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Spain (Northern Spain)

Senior Monetization Manager
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Germany (Hamburg)
Grater Copenhagen/Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

Ah, so there is something about working with gaming in Greater Copenhagen that tickles your fancy! Good. You'll most probably find that we have the best combination of interesting jobs and a life to write home about.

Back-End game developer who wants to shake it up a little?

From a technical standpoint, being a backend game developer in Greater Copenhagen is more or less the same as in other parts of the world. The difference is how we go about our jobs, and what we do outside our jobs.

Job characteristics
You'll be part of a booming industry filled with great ambition and positivity
You'll be part of a SCRUM environment – without much supervision
You'll have a lot of influence on your job
You'll be given room to pursue your small hopes and possibly big dreams
You'll mot probably experience more autonomy than you're used to.
You'll work in an industry that is very open, where people like collaboration

Life characteristics
Enough spare time to be pretty good at your hobby
A short commute, usually by bike
Welfare benefits that just might make your jaw drop
A green city, that is safe and just about perfect to raise a family in
Proximity to beaches and bars, calmness and culture, fun and festivals and just about everything else you might enjoy

Being a backend developer
As a backend game developer, you will get to develop software for new features in order to enhance and improve games, always with a high focus on scalability. Examples of backend feature areas could be payment systems, a million user chat system, external APIs for third-party developers, a multi-billion image sharing system, and many other areas.

A range of technologies, methods and skills you'll be using
The ideal candidates have at least three years of experience in one or more programming languages
C#, the .Net framework and JavaScript
Memory management and optimization techniques
Design patterns
SQL
Test-driven development
TeamCity, Ant or equivalent automated build systems
Web services (RESTful) and web technologies in general
NodeJS or AngularJS
MongoDB and PostgreSQL
Amazon Web Services (S3, Redshift)

Making the move
Moving to Greater Copenhagen requires some guts, we'll admit that. But don't worry too much, tens of thousands have done it before you, and very few of them regret it. In fact, most of them have stayed way longer than they planned.

You'll find information about vacant positions as backend developers on our gaming site gaming.talentattractiondenmark.com, together with more information about moving to and living in Greater Copenhagen. Consider yourself invited.


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Grater Copenhagen/Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

Ah, so there is something about working with gaming in Greater Copenhagen that tickles your fancy! Good. You'll most probably find that we have the best combination of interesting jobs and a life to write home about.

Front-End game developer eager for more?

From a technical standpoint, being a frontend developer in Greater Copenhagen is more or less the same as in other parts of the world. The difference is how we go about our jobs, and what we do outside our jobs.

Job characteristics
You'll be part of a booming industry filled with great ambition and positivity
You'll have a lot of influence on your job
You'll be part of a SCRUM environment, with minimal supervision
You'll be given room to pursue your small hopes and possibly big dreams
You'll mot probably experience more autonomy than you're used to.
You'll work in an industry that is very open, where people like collaboration

Life characteristics
Enough spare time to be pretty good at your hobby
A short commute, usually by bike
Welfare benefits that just might make your jaw drop
A green city, that is safe and just about perfect to raise a family in
Proximity to beaches and bars, calmness and culture, fun and festivals and just about everything else you might enjoy

Being a frontend game developer
As a frontend programmer, you will often be working with AS3, across web and mobile platforms. You will be developing software for new features, in order to enhance and improve games, always with a high focus on the user experience and performance.

Many games developed in Denmark are highly interactive, social and creative and offer many forms of entertainment, such as customizable, animated avatars and mini-games.

You will in many cases be part of a cross-disciplinary SCRUM team, where you will have the opportunity to influence your own work and collaborate with highly skilled colleagues, utilizing strengths and complimenting each other to the fullest.

A range of technologies, methods and skills you'll be using
The ideal candidate has at least 3 years of programming experience
AS3 and Flash or HTML5
Mobile platforms
Memory management and optimization techniques
C# and Java
Agile engineering

Making the move
Moving to Greater Copenhagen requires some guts, we'll admit that. But don't worry too much, tens of thousands have done it before you, and very few of them regret it. In fact, most of them have stayed way longer than they planned.

You'll find information about vacant positions as frontend developers on our gaming site at gaming.talentattractiondenmark.com, together with more information about moving to and living in Greater Copenhagen. Consider yourself invited.


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Grater Copenhagen/Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

Ah, so there is something about working with gaming in Greater Copenhagen that tickles your fancy! Good. You'll most probably find that we have the best combination of interesting jobs and a life to write home about.

Data Analyst with bigger dreams?

From a technical standpoint, being a data analyst in Greater Copenhagen is more or less the same as in other parts of the world. The difference is how we go about our jobs, and what we do outside our jobs.

Job characteristics
You'll be part of a booming industry filled with great ambition and positivity
You'll have a lot of influence on your job
You'll be given room to pursue your small hopes and possibly big dreams
You'll mot probably experience more autonomy than you're used to.
You'll work in an industry that is very open, where people like collaboration

Life characteristics
Enough spare time to be pretty good at your hobby
A short commute, usually by bike
Welfare benefits that just might make your jaw drop
A green city, that is safe and just about perfect to raise a family in
Proximity to beaches and bars, calmness and culture, fun and festivals and just about everything else you might enjoy

Being a Data Analyst
The job as a Data Analyst is more often than not a busy one. You will be overseeing and participating in a wide range of analysis, research and modeling. You will continue the development of global sales modeling, work closely with the Marketing Manager to continuously improve data driven decisions, contribute to development game analytics and provide weekly update of dashboards and game statistics. You might even work with game pricing for content and subscription packages

A range of technologies, methods and skills you'll be using
Excel – inside out, up and down and forwards and backwards. For starters.
SQL and databases in general
Maths, statistics and/or economics on a level that most probably requires a MSc or PHd.


Making the move
Moving to Greater Copenhagen requires some guts, we'll admit that. But don't worry too much, tens of thousands have done it before you, and very few of them regret it. In fact, most of them have stayed way longer than they planned.

You'll find information about vacant positions as a data analyst on our gaming site at gaming.talentattractiondenmark.com, together with more information about moving to and living in Greater Copenhagen. Consider yourself invited.


Apply To Job
Grater Copenhagen/Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

Ah, so there is something about working with gaming in Greater Copenhagen that tickles your fancy! Good. You'll most probably find that we have the best combination of interesting jobs and a life to write home about.

Gameplay programmer with oumpf! to spare?

From a technical standpoint, being a gamleplay programmer in Greater Copenhagen is more or less the same as in other parts of the world. The difference is how we go about our jobs, and what we do outside our jobs.

Job characteristics
You'll be part of a booming industry filled with great ambition and positivity
You'll have a lot of influence on your job
You'll be given room to pursue your small hopes and possibly big dreams
You'll mot probably experience more autonomy than you're used to.
You'll work in an industry that is very open, where people like collaboration

Life characteristics
Enough spare time to be pretty good at your hobby
A short commute, usually by bike
Welfare benefits that just might make your jaw drop
A green city, that is safe and just about perfect to raise a family in
Proximity to beaches and bars, calmness and culture, fun and festivals and just about everything else you might enjoy

Being a gameplay programmer
As a gameplay programmer, you are responsible for implementing gameplay features. You will most often join a core gameplay team and work closely together with game designers, level designers, animators and tech programmers not just to make games come alive on the screens, but to make it an awesome and fun experience.

It will often be your responsibility to program features in areas such as game mechanics, animations, AI, hero and NPCs. Your work is cross-disciplinary, involving collaboration with content providers, tech programmers, and testers to obtain the right solution with a satisfactory quality

A range of technologies, methods and skills you'll be using
The ideal candidate has at least 3 years of programming experience, preferably from medium and large scale game titles
Unity 3D
C#
Objective C, Java, Python and C ++ and other relevant programming languages
3D math and dynamic skills
F2P game design
Structured and modular code
Control schemes, in-game UI, animations and AI systems

Making the move
Moving to Greater Copenhagen requires some guts, we'll admit that. But don't worry too much, tens of thousands have done it before you, and very few of them regret it. In fact, most of them have stayed way longer than they planned.

You'll find information about vacant positions as gameplay programmers on our gaming site gaming.talentattractiondenmark.com, together with more information about moving to and living in Greater Copenhagen. Consider yourself invited.


Apply To Job
Grater Copenhagen/Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

Ah, so there is something about working with gaming in Greater Copenhagen that tickles your fancy! Good. You'll most probably find that we have the best combination of interesting jobs and a life to write home about.

QA engineer wanting a gear shift?

From a technical standpoint, being a QA engineer in Greater Copenhagen is more or less the same as in other parts of the world. The difference is how we go about our jobs, and what we do outside our jobs.

Job characteristics
You'll be part of a booming industry filled with great ambition and positivity
You'll have a lot of influence on your job
You'll be given room to pursue your small hopes and possibly big dreams
You'll mot probably experience more autonomy than you're used to.
You'll work in an industry that is very open, where people like collaboration

Life characteristics
Enough spare time to be pretty good at your hobby
A short commute, usually by bike
Welfare benefits that just might make your jaw drop
A green city, that is safe and just about perfect to raise a family in
Proximity to beaches and bars, calmness and culture, fun and festivals and just about everything else you might enjoy

Being a QA engineer
As a QA engineer, you'll be working closely with developers, artists and designers on a daily basis to ensure quality in deliverables. You will most often work with structured software testing, which will involve participating in the whole circle of structured software test in an agile environment, analyzing requirements and design documents, designing and executing test cases and performing different regression tests to ensure stability

You could also be asked to participate in evolving the QA approach of the studio. This means becoming involved in the development and implementation of new test methods and tools and it might be expected of you to constantly seek and exploit opportunities to contribute to the ambition of becoming a top notch QA team.

A range of technologies, methods and skills you'll be using
The ideal candidate has strong testing experience
Knowledge of automation is also needed
Agile development
Basic programming knowledge is good to know
ISTQB certification comes in handy
Gaming engines and technologies
Unity3D
Graphics, sound, animation and other related technologies

Making the move
Moving to Greater Copenhagen requires some guts, we'll admit that. But don't worry too much, tens of thousands have done it before you, and very few of them regret it. In fact, most of them have stayed way longer than they planned.

You'll find information about vacant positions as a QA engineer on our gaming site at gaming.talentattractiondenmark.com, together with more information about moving to and living in Greater Copenhagen. Consider yourself invited.


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Please browse the jobs below and click on the headings for more detailed information. You will be redirected to gamesjobboard.com for job listings. TIGA members wishing to post a job here can do so free of charge by contacting richard.lee@tiga.org.