We're a bunch of free-spirited individuals who get our kicks out of creating great mobile games loved by players the world over.
Our commitment is to make the right games at the right time. We've successfully launched five to date - and there are plenty more to come.
Here's what we stand for
"I've failed over and over again, and that's why I succeed." -Michael Jordan
Ownership and autonomy
At Futureplay, our teams and our people are 100% autonomous and free to do their thing as top-notch developers. That means we’re flat, lean, and streamlined, committed to protecting ourselves from hellish corporate structures like middle management. We each own a piece of the company, and every day we put our heart and soul into making Futureplay that little bit better, with an unrelenting focus on results over processes and taking action. In short? We get shit done.
"A great warrior is also a scholar, and a poet, and an artist" -Steven Seagal
Respect and trust
Why build a team of smart people only to tell them what to do? At Futureplay, we trust each other to make the right decisions for ourselves and for our company, free from the shackles of micromanagement, excess bureaucracy and strict budgets. And that extends to work-life balance, too. We know there’s more to life than work, and that’s why it’s up to you whether you 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
Openness and transparency
At Futureplay, we fail fast, learn quickly, pick up the pieces and move on. And when that happens, we tell others about it, so they can learn too. What's the shame in that? We pride ourselves on being accountable for our actions - it means we can build an inclusive, safe space where we can be creative without fear of judgement. In a flat organisation like ours we’re all responsible for helping one another succeed. And it’ll always be that way.
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