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  • 05/10/19 03:08 PM

    Ubisoft Redlynx Searching for a Senior/Lead Graphics Programmer

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    Ubisoft RedLynx is looking for a self-driven and talented Senior/Lead Graphics Programmer to join their core technology team. As Graphics Programmer, you will design and implement systems for the rendering engine developed inhouse, with the opportunity to work on a new innovative and groundbreaking tech for existing and future titles. The role requires 3+ years experience, strong graphics understanding, strong math and C++, and more. You can see the full job description here.

    As a multiplatform game development studio located in Helsinki, Ubisoft RedLynx has developed and published more than 100 games, including the Trials series, with a passionate team of over 140 people of 21 different nationalities. As one of the biggest and oldest game studios in Finland, Ubisoft RedLynx focuses on surprising people with the unexpected and creating impactful game experiences that stand the test of time.

    Since 2011 RedLynx has been part of Ubisoft, one of the biggest independent video game publishers in the world with over 15,000 team members, who work hand-in-hand to deliver rich and innovative gaming experiences.

    Learn more about Ubisoft RedLynx and the Senior/Lead Graphics Programmer role at GameDev.jobs here.



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