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Ubisoft Philippines Opens Its Doors, Recruiting Talent
Ubisoft is extending its international reach as it opens its doors in Philippines. The publisher behind Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy games, Prince of Persia, is now recruiting local talent for the development of its first project.
Chip Go, Ubisoft Philippines’ new studio manager said in statement:
Every day, Filipinos leave the country in search of opportunities elsewhere. I was one of those people eight years ago, and now I’m very happy to come back and bring my own experience in AAA game development
Ubisoft Philippines is located in De La Salle University in Santa Rosa, a city you find just south of Manila. The new studio will work with Ubisoft Singapore, many veterans from Singapore will move to Philippines to train new recruits.
We have huge ambition for this team, who will play a part in creating some of Ubisoft’s biggest and most beloved games. Ubisoft Philippines will be recruiting 50 new team members this year, from artists to programmers, designers to project managers, and we are very confident of our ability to build a strong team to take up these challenges.
Ubisoft’s career page has listed all the available positions for its Philippines studio so if you think that you have what it takes to work at Ubisoft, head over to the link apply.