The spread of smart devices in recent years has led to increasing diversity and richness in social games, while the mobile gaming market as a whole continues to grow both in Japan and globally.
Targeting this opportunity, in January 2011, GREE established its U.S. subsidiary and today develops games at its studios in Japan, North America, and South Korea, producing high-ranking titles in the app markets of each region.
GREE shares development and operational expertise across these studios as it works to create new game models that will delight more customers than...
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Current Lead Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
Pros: Smart engineers, engineering teams are empowered to make technology choices. Lot of encouragement in adopting latest emerging tech. Spark for streaming, Go lang are some examples. I have a learnt a lot on how to build game services that can handle… – Full Review
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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jul 2, 2014
Interview Details – - Phone interview
- On-site x2
Standard process, asked about background experience, motivation, and some sample case studies.
HR team is extremely friendly and helped keep me up to date on the entire process.
Interviewees also rather nice - many were Japanese, so extremely formal. Trying… – Full Interview
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