Gods Unchained dev is on a recruitment drive with 16 openings
While layoffs come to centralized games, Gods Unchained is staffing up
Along with a good number of announcements coming out about the game, Gods Unchained is scaling up. According to the team’s website this week, Fuel Games is recruiting a range of people for openings in development, programming, and growth.
The ultimate aim? To take Gods Unchained to the next level in the wake of its successful beta trial.
Dear developers, marketers, and game aficionados…
— Gods Unchained (@GodsUnchained) February 26, 2019
For those interested in getting involved with a unique blockchain esport, visit the Fuel Games website. According to the team, these vacancies do include a number of remote roles.
Where EA drops, Blockchain picks up
The new vacancies come at a time where we’re not only seeing growth in the blockchain gaming sector, but also cut-backs in the mainstream.
— Gods Unchained (@GodsUnchained) February 22, 2019
In a tweet from Gods Unchained, they made reference to the recent announcement from EA that it would be issuing 40-50 redundancies to staff members of the 200-strong FireMonkey Studios.
These latest openings from Fuel Games may provide an interesting opportunity for the development studio to obtain some highly skilled members of a studio responsible for titles such as Need for Speed: No Limits, Real Racing 3 and The Sims FreePlay.