Virtuos sponsored a series of activities aimed at helping aspiring game creators and industry professionals elevate their careers in the video games industry.
Kicking off with Black Shamrock – a Virtuos Studio’s Tea Talks, our friendly hiring managers and recruiters will be sharing advice on how young women can get into the games industry.
To mark the opening of our new Kuala Lumpur studio, we invited our guests to a party filled with fun, games, and arcade machines.
Our experts at Virtuos shared their advice on how to make the best career moves and get the job of their dreams in the video game industry.
Experts from Virtuos, Ubisoft Montreal, and NetEase Games shared their experience in storytelling through concept art in their past game projects.
The annual Game Jam has been an exciting, challenge-filled weekend with lots of hands-on experience for youth to learn how to design video games, work in teams and gain valuable insight from professionals in the game development industry.
Sponsoring the Women in Games Awards is a way for us to demonstrate our commitment and do our part in increasing diversity and inclusion, both within Virtuos and our wider industry.
The students from Game Design and Film and Animation faculties toured our studio in Shanghai and tried out some of the AAA titles developed by our teams.
Representatives from Virtuos will be showcasing our activities in the game development industry across our studios, sharing about potential career opportunities for talent in the region.
Virtuos North America GM Jake DiGennaro chats with Schell Games, a fellow GamesIndustry.biz US Best Places to Work Awards winner, on building a positive work culture.