Getting games certified, introducing products to shops, and contacting platform holders is only a small part of the Release Department’s tasks. Experts in this department uphold product quality and responsible sales—the decision whether a game is released on a specific console is in their hands. In reality, before our long-awaited title can reach platforms, the whole process of approving the game in terms of formal or technical requirements is carried out by the reliable Release Managers!
You’re a Release Manager, which means:
You know how to carry out the process of game certification, taking into account requirements set by video game platform holders (Valve, Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony, etc.), so to put it simply—you have a unique chance to catch all the mistakes which may disrupt the process of obtaining approval to release a specific game (psst…you have access to secret knowledge!).
During the day you contact several departments, organize meetings, and accurately fill in forms, and when Aneta (your team’s coordinator) talks to clients in Japanese you don’t look surprised—after all, international communication is easy-breezy for the Release Department.
Career site by Teamtailor