In Romania, approximately 8 million people aged 15 to 64 years old play video games and the local video games industry had a turnover of more than 200 million dollars in 2019 alone. These are just two of the reasons that more and more people in Romania are choosing a career in video game development - turning childhood passions into technical experts.
At Electronic Arts, everything we do aims to inspire the world to play. We listen to what our players want and are constantly pushing ourselves to create innovative and exciting games that give our people the choice to create worlds that exceed expectations. We create extraordinary new game experiences for millions of players across the world by bringing together talented people that combine creativity, innovation, and passion. In Romania, we’re very proud to be one of the biggest technology companies and video game producers in the country and are one of the two studios in the world that develops the much-loved EA SPORTS FIFA and NHL franchises.
As the video games industry moves from strength to strength, we’re always looking for new talent to join our teams, growing from 7 to 1700 to date. From graphic designers to quality verification specialists, software engineers and producers, we consider ourselves the place to work for talented, passionate individuals ready to make the unimaginable possible.
At Electronic Arts, inclusion and diversity sit at the heart of who we are as a company. We believe games have the power to transcend society; the characters we create and the stories we tell can positively impact the world around us. But we recognize that to make that ambition a reality, it’s important our teams reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. We believe we are “united through diversity” - and it’s this approach that drives us to build multi-disciplinary teams that deliver record-breaking video games, time and time again.
Romania is also home to the largest automated testing farm in EA’s network, made up of more than 600 consoles. Not only does this help us deliver great games that our players across the world love, but it protects the time of our people - freeing them of the critical, but often repetitive, QV tasks so they have more time for engaging testing and creative work throughout the developing process. From ideation to concept to being market-ready, the process of developing a game can often feel like a marathon - but one that is made worth it by witnessing millions of players enjoying our video games.
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