Ubisoft Is Offering More Than 1300 Gaming Jobs

Ubisoft Is Offering More Than 1300 Gaming Jobs

When it comes to the tech industry, everyone wants to work at finest Company and if you’re a gamer then there is a piece of good news for you. Tech giant Ubisoft recently released a press re;se which says that Company is looking to hire gaming programmers and coders. The tech giant company is at Raleigh convention centre for attending the festival Raleigh Six Major and also hiring new employees. The offering details shows that there are currently more than 1300 jobs offering for Ubosifty.

The Company is looking forward to hiring gaming programmers and designers. People who have an interest in the gaming industry have a golden chance because here the pay is also going to be good. Reports show that Ubisoft gaming designer gets paid approximately $91000. Gaming programmer, on the other hand, has a better chance of getting an excellent salary package. Gaming programmers salary ranges from $129000-141000, which is quite a good pay since the gaming industry is an exciting field than other and people usually love to work there.

Ubisoft spokesperson, while releasing a statement about this job offer said the company is expecting at least 3000 applicants. The company is quite happy to see the good spirit from its fans. This job fair is a part of a large gaming event which is currently being held Raleigh convention centre. In this gaming festival, more than 16 teams have come from different countries for playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege, which is a famous first-person shooting game. This popular game is developed by Red Storm Entertainment which is a subsidiary of Ubisoft. The whole game promotes the modern idea of gaming, which is called Esports. Revenue reports show that this game might be able to generate more than $1.1 billion this year, which is up by 27% as compared to last year.

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