Videogame Jobs Scotland: February 2021

We’ve been on the blower to the country’s development studios, technology companies and employers and rounded up a steamy fresh batch of videogame job openings in Scotland.

Videogames Jobs Scotland

A roundup of the latest videogames jobs in Scotland in July 2020.

Recruitment Roundup: Now Hiring!

All the videogames jobs in Scotland in July 2020

Wanted: News, Jobs, Games, Events

The Scottish Games Network is now open for your news, games, jobs and events.

Now Hiring: Ruffian Games

Dundee's Ruffian Games is now hiring for multiple engineering positions, to work on 'upcoming titles' from Rockstar Games.

JOBS: Programmer & Artist Roles At Team Rock Games

Team Rock is looking for a programmer and artist to start a new in-house game development team. Unlike traditional games companies, Team Rock is approaching the games sector from a different angle. The company comes from a music industry background, publishing monthly magazines including Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog, as well as streaming Team... Continue Reading →

Team Rock Games – Now Hiring

Ladies and gentlemen, a brand new opportunity has arisen within one of the country's most exciting new games companies. Team Rock is a Scottish start-up with a very simple ambition - to become the global home of rock and metal. The company's new games division is now recruiting, looking for a games programmer and a... Continue Reading →

Outplay are hiring across a variety of roles

Outplay are continuing to add to their teams and our 2015 projects by actively hiring across all departments. As well as the roles listed below we continually look for great talent to add to our ambitious and highly talented team so if there isn't a role below that fits what your looking for get in touch with... Continue Reading →

Jobs, Games, News, MORE

Ladies and gentlemen, the goal of the Scottish Games Network has always been to be of utility to the games sector as a whole. A tool if you will, which pulls together all of the latest news, information and data for Scotland's games sector. Since the start of the year, for a couple of reasons... Continue Reading →

Terrier Studios Opens Office In Dundee And Angus College

As a growing number of colleges and universities offer games-specific courses, one of the biggest challenges for academic institutions is to forge the sort of relationships with industry which can benefit their students - and lead to employment for their graduates. Combined with the greatly reduced opportunities in games testing as a route into the... Continue Reading →

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