As one of the most creative cities in the world and Europe's most innovative, Barcelona is undeniably an attractive place for the video games industry.
With a wealth of culture, food, events and a buzzing expat community, not to mention the stunning, iconic architecture, this city is a great one to consider putting down roots in.
Dundee is a modern and thriving city, located at the mouth of the River Tay in Scotland. The city has been awarded the title of the “best place to live in Scotland” by The Sunday Times, so if you’re thinking of moving to Scotland for a job in games, Dundee’s your place!
If you’re relocating for a job in games, Dundee is big in this industry. The city is home to one of the world’s oldest games courses at Abertay University, as well as being the birthplace of several world-famous games such as Grand Theft Auto and Minecraft.
Talking money is as important as it can be awkward, but you can follow these tips to make sure you get what you're looking for - and learn where a Recruitment Consultant's experience can secure the best possible deal.
The English capital is known to be a city full of opportunities. Cultures, foods, activities and greenspace, everything is at your doorstep in London, and there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The UK’s gaming industry is Europe’s largest market and the most profitable in Western Europe for revenue downloads. London is also a leading city in terms of software and mobile app development, making it the perfect place to relocate to if you’re in the games industry.
There are so many great multiplayer games out there but which ones should you only play with your closest friends, and which ones can you play with grandma? Here Jasmin and Andy tell us their favourite multiplayer games and who you should play them with!
Each year we gather information from people in the games industry across a range of topics: salaries, benefits, remote work, priorities, and much more. This year with covid and everyone moving to working remotely where we can, it is more interesting than ever to see what’s happening across the industry.
A lot of people have recently found themselves plunged into the world of home working for the first time, in efforts for employers to limit the spread of Coronavirus. Read on to discover our top tips for working from home and staying in the loop!
Thanks to Covid-19 many people around the world are now working from home and most schools & childcare are closed for the foreseeable future, it's a daunting time for those with kids who still need to work... and stay sane!
With several countries now on lockdown to delay the spreading of Coronavirus and protect vulnerable people, many companies are changing the way they work, to ensure business as usual.
We spoke with some of our clients around the world to find out how they are tackling the situation to bring you some helpful advice and tips, whether you’re a job seeker or business owner.