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Career at Wizcorp

Wizcorp is always looking for talented professionals dedicated to their craft to join its multi-cultural team in Tokyo.

Wizcorp offers a friendly and open working environment, and challenging but exciting opportunities for personal and professional growth.

If you believe in craftsmanship and in a better future for game development, we'd love to hear from you.

Benefits

Wizcorp provides many more benefits such as Visa sponsorship, and free Japanese and English lessons with certified teachers.

Our vision about career

Game development is a complex endeavor. With the advance of technology and the countless innovations in gameplay and storytelling, the level of expertise required to develop world-class games cannot be attained without dedication and experience.

 

Making games is a craft that encompasses many specialties, each of them with its extensive body of knowledge.

It takes many years of hard work and continuous learning to be recognized as a professional, and the learning doesn't stop there; as long as technology evolves, and creators develop innovative ideas, there will always be more to learn.

Because at Wizcorp, we believe in craftsmanship, we understand the importance of career development. We strive to match project opportunities with individual career goals while providing tailored guidance along the way.
 

Staff interviews

You will find below interviews of a few members of our staff, sharing their experience at Wizcorp, what they like about it (and what they find annoying!), as well as how their career has evolved within the studio.

You can read all staff interviews here.

Christophe Briant

Senior Project Manager

"Wizcorp is where I made some very good friends, and I think overall the people at Wizcorp are what makes it a great place to work.

You can work on some of the toughest projects, but if you have a team of amazing people with you, it makes the whole thing a lot more bearable."

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