This is for all the gamers out there. Leading video game company Ubisoft is hiring in Toronto and there are dozens of jobs you can apply for in all kinds of departments.

Ubisoft is the company behind some of the most popular games played today. If you’re an avid gamer, your go-to games were probably developed by Ubisoft.

Some of its creations include Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game series, Far Cry, Watch Dogs, Rainbow Six, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, and more.

And those with a background in tech, software, and video game development, can apply to work for Ubisoft in Toronto.

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For its Toronto office, Ubisoft is looking to hire “people who are excited to create the future of games in one of the most diverse cities in the world.”

The job titles range from Video Editor to 3D Programmer to Talent Acquisition Specialist, and much more. The departments hiring include Animation, Art, Programming, Quality Assurance, Human Resources, Strategic Innovation, and Project Management.

Some of the perks for employees include a hybrid work environment, competitive benefits package, six weeks of vacation, the right to disconnect after the workday ends, virtual healthcare services, occupational therapy, and more.

Ubisoft also offers the option of part-time work, so you can pick up a side job or continue to spend time on your other passions.


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 Not only that, but you’ll get to watch your favourite games come to life at Ubisoft’s state-of-the-art facilities and studios, set up to produce the highest-quality performance capture and sound.

You don’t even need to be an employee of Ubisoft to get early access to its games. The company is always looking for gameplay testers to try out games before they’re released.

If all of this sounds like something you want to be a part of, you can take a look at Ubisoft’s open jobs here.