GREE International

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GREE International – Why Work For Us?

Welcome to mobile social gaming. 
Fueled by the power of play.

GREE takes gaming to the next level by inviting the entire world to come play. Founded on the belief that a connected world is a better one, we're passionate about bringing players together, using the universal language of fun.

As the global leader in free-to-play, GREE unleashes the power of gaming by taking it mobile and making it social. When you can play what you want, when and where you want, it's even easier to discover new games, face off against friends, and compete for the top spot on leaderboards.

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Making the world a better place through the power of the Internet.

Make every day more exciting and enjoyable. Create a society that is more convenient, free, and fair.

The Internet doesn't just make things faster and more efficient. With email and social networks, we can now communicate far more with family and friends than was possible before the arrival of the Internet. No longer bound by the rigid social structures of the past, we can access a wide range of information, reflect on it, make our own decisions, and branch out into new areas.

Our mission is to use the Internet to bring fun and happiness into people's lives, and to help make society more open and efficient.

Deliver new services faster, and to more people.

The Internet has had a major impact on people's lives and on society, enabling things that were previously impossible. It's already hard to imagine what life was like before the Internet.
But the changes that the Internet will have on the world have only just begun.

There is still huge untapped potential. We want to do everything we can to create even just one more service; change the world even one second faster; reach even one more person with our services.
This mission gives us the passion we bring to our work each day.

Build a great company to offer the best services.

No matter how innovative the idea, superior the technology, or ample the funding, you can't link it to success working alone. It's only by gathering a large number of people into the best team that you can get through obstacles as they arise and create amazing services. Creating a great company is the first step in creating the best services.
Our aim is not to create a company that somehow meets everyone's demands. There's always going to someone somewhere who criticizes a product or service, whatever it may be.

If you set high goals and pursue new ground to create new value, there will be times when you go on making mistakes day after day, when you start to despair that you have no chance of succeeding. Creating services that didn't exist before is no easy feat, but it's the people who take up the challenge knowing this who succeed in creating new value.
And it's in the eyes of those people – those who go on pursuing success wherever there is some potential – that we want our company to be seen as amazing. Creating that amazing company is the key to creating value for society.

We should all set goals higher than where we are, and achieve them. That repeated cycle is the key to personal growth. If something can be visualized, it can be achieved.


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We're in the business of fun. 
Come have some.

Work is play when your job is to make games. At GREE, we pride ourselves on giving employees the chance to turn their personal passions into play and we're looking for more top-tier talent to join the excitement.

If you're passionate about gaming, come join our fast-paced, take-no-prisoners environment. Packing your own Nerf gun heat is optional (but encouraged).

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At GREE, we pride ourselves on giving employees a chance to turn their personal passions into play.
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    Pros

    Team Environment, Warm atmosphere, Catering lunches and dinners, Team buildings, Huge ffice with nice views of the bay, opprtunity to trave

    Cons

    bad communications between teams, low salary

GREE International Interviews

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Updated Feb 12, 2015

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at GREE International.

    Interview Details

    Interview went as expected. Phone screen, tech call, programming project, on site.
    Everyone was very friendly, had some good conversations with the dev team.

    The on site interview was very disorganized. Got dropped into a room and immediately got into dev questions. Not usually a problem, but typically you meet with HR, they talk a bit about HR type stuff and tell you what to expect over the course of the day... this didnt happen, so stress / nervousness took over as such an abrupt start was unexpected.

    Being out of the interviewing scene for a few years, I wasn't really prepared for all the academic / obscure questions, so after my first interviewer (which I kind of fumbled), my fate was already sealed and the decision was made.
    I spoke to 2 others after that which went well, but all throughout, no practical questions, no questions related to the tech or language they were hiring for, no real questions that allowed me to show any of my experience as related to the job description.

    I dont mind that I didnt get the job, but I do wish they took the time to actually interview me instead of making the decision after the first hour based off of stuff no one actually uses in general programming.

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Website www.gree.co.jp
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Type Company - Public (3632)
Industry Information Technology

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... More

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