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    Current Employee - QA Analyst in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - QA Analyst in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Multimedia Games full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Neutral Outlook
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    Good work environment, discounts on food, plenty of events, low stress compared to other QA jobs. Team oriented friendly.


    Hard to move up. All the executives that made this company successful and a great place to work have been let go by GCA. No option to work from home. Many good people leaving since GCA took over.

    Advice to Management

    Keep the culture that was successful for us the past 4 years.

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    Field Service Technician Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Multimedia Games.


    Applied online, after some time had past I got a call from a recruiter saying they were interesting in offering me an interview and asked if a few different times would work for me. They were all weekday/during work hours but I was able to set an hour aside due to my employer at the time already being fully aware I was looking for another job 100% due to location and a move. Phone interview had many questions about experience and resume, they had taken the time to read my previous work experience over which I respect. Questions were normal for what you would expect a hybrid IT/Customer Service job to include. A lot of the "questions" in the interview were actually direct questions from them about past experience, what you would do in sticky situations, what you've learned from various aspects of your life. I was then given a chance to ask questions about the company for ten minutes or so to make sure, after they knew I would fit in, that the company would fit me and what I was looking for. They also asked about what my long term plans and goals were, which is refreshing to see a tech company looking for career minded people.

    I was told at the end of my interview that they also had a few applicants they would be interviewing with direct experience in the casino gaming field, and while my interview went well (also another thing that's nice to hear) they were emphasizing that experience in this search and would notify me within a week if they were going to go another route. Within a few days I was told they would like to meet with me for a 1:1 in person. That interview in my case turned out to be more an introduction and a we will be extending you an offer than a secondary interview, but I was able to talk over a lot of the training and transitional questions at that time which was awesome going in to a job blind that you applied for online.

    Direct questions were asked about technical aspects I had on my resume as skillsets, just to make sure I wasn't making them up. I was honest in those aspects I was rustier on than others, which played well.

    Interview Questions

    • Asked for an explanation on managing CISCO configurations through a Serial connection which I didn't expect based on the job description. All background check questions were normal considering how regulated the industry is.   1 Answer


    No real negotiation, I was offered on the higher side of what my interviewer said my potential scale to begin could be due to past experience and qualifications. Medical/dental/vision was included from the start as well as PTO accumulation and 401k

Multimedia Games Awards & Accolades

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Top Workplaces, The Austin American-Statesman, 2012
Top Workplaces, Austin American-Statesman, 2013
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Headquarters West Lake Hills, TX
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1991
Type Company - Public (MGAM)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Austin, TX-based Multimedia Games (NASDAQ: MGAM) is a leading supplier of games and systems for the Native American and commercial casino markets. Multimedia Games’ product offerings include video slots, reel-spinning slot machines, and the industry-leading TournEvent® slot tournament system, in addition to running the video lottery system for New York State. The company is... More

Mission: To deliver superior gaming products for an exceptional entertainment experience.


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