DeNA Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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9 days ago

Marketing Analytics Associate

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Work cross-functionally with Game teams and the Marketing group as the go-to expert on User Acquisition • Analyze and optimize the effectiveness… DeNA

23 days ago

Community Associate (Temp)

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Compile and report player feedback and suggestions for user engagement and share the insights with relevant stakeholders • Leading game's… DeNA

23 days ago

QA Tester (Temp)

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Be an expert on the games you test. Understand every system, feature and desired user experience. • Demonstrate thought leadership on how to… DeNA

30+ days ago

Senior 3D Character Artist

DeNA San Francisco, CA

Requirements: • 5+ years working in gaming at a Senior level in 3D Art with credit on at least 2 shipped titles • Avid and passionate gamer… DeNA

30+ days ago

QA Lead (Temp)

DeNA San Francisco, CA

Our teams are determined and results driven. We never give up. We understand our business and our players and we’re determined to do what it takes to… DeNA

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Shintaro Asako
21 Ratings
  • Great Culture with Questionable Management

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    I worked at DeNA full-time (More than a year)


    DeNA has great benefits (fully covered health insurance, catered breakfast & lunch) and a friendly culture.


    Global company mission and western company strategy have been questionable for years. DeNA West seems to wander from one strategy to the next. While the culture is friendly, there is little respect for the western and global CEOs or studio management in the west.

    Advice to Management

    Find a new studio leader. Focus game teams on building games in genres that align with their expertise. Stop targeting oversaturated genres. Doing the same thing everyone else is doing in gaming is a guaranteed way to fail.

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