Improbable believes in a future where new, virtual worlds will augment human experience and become as meaningful, lasting and rich as the physical world. We call this the Multiversal Self and believe games are the basis of the future virtual worlds.
Developers face a variety of risks in game development – from game design to production speed to launch scale. With SpatialOS, we aim to offer the next generation game development technology that helps reduce those risks and enables innovation that is vital to the future of games.
We believe China is leading the world in gaming, and that the next generation of game worlds will be developed by the prosperous Chinese Game Development Community. We are looking for talented individuals to join our Shanghai Office, our core hub and headquarters for APAC Operations.
Improbable Is looking for people-minded problem-solvers that love fighting fires, driving projects through to completion, and influencing others..
Our customers use SpatialOS to create previously unimagined games. You would be working on Improbable’s front lines, directly with these customers on their projects, and you would be responsible for ensuring the success of these games by solving the problems that everyone else gave up on as impossible. Our customers create everything from small, indie projects to AAA console games and they're going to need your help to realise the full potential of SpatialOS. The platform is under constant improvement which means that this can be a rollercoaster ride, but one thing that’s guaranteed is that you'll never be bored at Improbable.
As a Customer Account Manager, you're responsible for ensuring the given game projects are on track and that we are delivering on our committed customer requirements. You'll be coordinating Improbable resources to respond to customer emergencies, working with key contacts at our customers to surface issues and product feedback, driving the constant improvement of our work, and generally making sure that our team is always on point and always on time.
This role does not require you to understand coding, but a technical aptitude and a willingness to learn new skills and technology will be crucial for success in this role.