Are you eager to bring mobile games to life? Do you feel inspired by being part of developing innovative software service for F2P games? Do you want to help us experiment with new technologies? If yes, you might be the Blockchain Research Developer we are now looking for to join our skilled Games Technology team.
We are seeking an individual to work with Rovio to experiment and research use of blockchain in games. This work in part would support Rovio’s participation in the EU Horizon 2020 - Sofie project (link https://www.sofie-iot.eu/) - with partners including Aalto University, Ericsson and Guardtime. You may be a PhD student or considering entering a PhD program.
As a Research Developer you will join our Games Technology team in Espoo, Finland a stones throw from the Aalto University Campus. Our team of circa 45 talented professionals works on services and technology for our games including data and analytics, build and submission tools for games, cloud infra for service and game servers, and our gaming cloud services platform Beacon.
You will take under your wings:
We’d love it if you have these feathers in your cap:
It’d be cool if you had some of these skills:
What you get when you join us:
This role will start as a 12 month fixed term with potential to become a permanent role.
Don't keep us waiting but send your application already today! Remember to include a CV and cover letter.
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Rovio is a Finnish, games-first entertainment company that creates, develops and publishes mobile games and acts as a brand licensor in various entertainment and consumer product categories. The Company is best known for the global Angry Birds brand, which started from a popular mobile game in 2009. Today, the Company offers multiple mobile games, that has been downloaded 4B times since 2009, has produced The Angry Birds Movie, which opened number one in theaters in 50 countries, and licenses the Angry Birds brand to consumer products and other entertainment content. Rovio’s operations are divided into two business units, Games and Brand Licensing.