Good things come to those who play

About Futureplay

At Futureplay, we’re a bunch of free-spirited, accomplished pros who believe in playfulness and fast shipping. We started our mobile gaming company in 2015, and have already successfully launched five games worldwide.

And there are plenty more to come.

"Life is too short to blend in." -Paris Hilton

Zero hierarchy

Complicated hierarchies and organizational models create silos that kill creativity, autonomy, and leave no room for exploration. Futureplay is a streamlined, lean organization. No office politics, no big egos. When we say we’re a family, we mean it. And as a family, we need to protect ourselves from hellish corporate structures like middle management. Accordingly, we only have one rule: no bullshit. Everything else will follow.

"A great warrior is also a scholar, and a poet, and an artist" -Steven Seagal

Everybody gets to play

Good things come to those who play. At Futureplay, teams are 100% autonomous and free to do their thing as top-notch developers. We value spending core hours together, but ultimately it's up to you whether to work late or leave early. It’s the results that matter, and it's more fun that way.

"I was born to make mistakes, not to fake perfection" -DRAKE

Results over processes

We like to think ourselves as a goal-driven company. We play fast, fail fast, pick up the pieces and move on fast. That means no rigid processes, no endless iterations and no burnout epidemics. We keep our eye on shipping, and ship we will. But don’t take our word for it, check out our track record.

As featured in

"Europe's 100 hottest startups 2016"

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"View-to-play pioneer Futureplay Games raises $2.5 million to boost its business"

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"Futureplay Games raises $2.5 million for ‘View-to-Play’ mobile entertainment"

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"Ad engagement sending Futureplay's revenue through the roof"

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Our investors

Futureplay's early success has inspired multiple investors to back them and the joint investment from public and private sources totals $3.8M from notable investors like London Venture Partners, DN Capital, Sunstone Capital, Creandum and a number of awesome angels from Supercell,, Wooga and Digital Sky Technologies.