Mission: Our mission is to deliver highly entertaining, diverse, and amazing gaming experiences to players around the world, while never losing the passion, agility, grit, and customer-focus that made us successful in the first place.
I have been working at AGS full-time
Some of the most upbeat, friendly office cultures I've ever seen. From warehouse workers to the CEO, almost everyone has a friendly face and is happy to be here. It feels like a small company because of how tight-knit everyone is, even though it's getting bigger and bigger. It also has a very positive atmosphere, free of discrimination.
Too many donuts. Just tons of donuts and it's so hard.
Advice to Management
Keep treating everyone well and maybe provide non-donut related snacks
I applied online. I interviewed at AGS.
I got an email shortly after applying asking if a specific date and time was okay for me. I replied yes so they called me that day and time and emailed me a codeshare link 5 minutes before the time. I was asked to explain a little about my resume and then I was asked a logic question, then coding question, logic, coding, logic, then finally coding again. I was not told if any of my answers were right or wrong, just a neutral "okay" when I answered/finished coding. The man conducting the interview was friendly and I never felt like he was rushing me or looking down on me during the interview.
“ ... We’re passionate about our people," says David Lopez, CEO and President of AGS. "We recruit selectively, and we take the hiring process seriously. We really obsess over it."