We are looking for a Data Analyst to join our Business Intelligence team and work directly with Battle Studio.
Ideal candidate is interested in first time user experience (FTUE), retention & monetization optimization and user behavior analysis (including virtual economy). You will identify and influence core aspects of our games in close collaboration with product managers, game designers and other analysts. We expect you to have the ability to explain complex subjects in a clear and concise manner. Communication is key to making data actionable.
Data is at the heart of everything we do at Rovio. It enables us to continually improve our games and provide incredible experiences for the millions of users who play our games every day. All of this data is only valuable if it can be used to guide our day to day operations. It is the job of Business Intelligence to turn that raw data into actionable insights for Rovio’s games teams and other business units. The Business intelligence team aims to empower Rovio’s teams with insightful data, and also with relevant tools and models that support decision making.
Battle Studio made a splash with their award-winning 5-on-5 shooter, Battle Bay, and they are driven by the opportunity to build Rovio’s next mega-hit that will not only top the games chart but also become a world-renowned entertainment IP.
Your responsibilities as a Data Analyst:
We’re looking for someone who has:
Additionally, we'd love you to have:
What you get when you join us:
In case you'd be moving from abroad, we'll offer you relocation support and make sure you have a smooth start with us in Helsinki.
If you are interested, please send your application today (your CV, cover letter). We look forward to hearing from you.
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Rovio is a games-first entertainment company that launched to worldwide fame with 2009’s Angry Birds. Along the way, their games have been downloaded over 4 billion times, they have sold over 1.8 billion licenced products, and they have conquered cinemas around the world with The Angry Birds Movie, which opened at number one in 50 countries in 2016.
Rovio’s three game studios are actively developing and supporting free-to-play mobile games in a wide variety of genres, both under the Angry Birds brand and also with new, original IPs. 2019 promises to be a big year for Rovio. With The Angry Birds Movie 2 coming to theaters in August, and the 10th anniversary of Angry Birds coming later this year, it is an exciting time to be part of the team.