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HTML5 Games Developer- Gaming Company- London- £35-45k

Location
England, London
Salary
£35000 - £45000 per annum
Posted
14 Sep 2016
Closes
12 Oct 2016
Ref
jordon/HTML5gamesdev
Industry Sector
Gaming
Contract Type
Permanent
Work Experience Level
Executive
Agency-side or Client-side
Client Side
Job Role
Digital / Online

HTML5 Games Developer- Gaming Company- London- £35-45k

This fantastic Gaming Company are looking for an experienced HTML5 Games Developer to join their team based in Central/ West London. They are looking for a confident self-starter who is happy to dive in to existing projects as well as contribute to new projects from outset through to launch.

You will be required to provide Front End development for their online gambling games. Typical projects can be broken into three types: design and build projects, platform integration and portfolio support.

You will develop HTML5 web apps using assets delivered by their design team, based on a supplied maths model and functional specification and will integrate their games with thirdparty platforms. You will also work with current code on their live games portfolio. This may be in response to a bug identified by one of their partners, a game change to meet new regulations, or in order to reskin an existing game.

For this position you will need to be highly experienced with HTML\HTML5 Cross- platform mobile development while also having vast knowledge of JavaScript/Typescript and Pixi.js/Canvas/WebGL. You will have experience and a Solid understanding of device compatibility and performance issues and optimising UI design and animation strategies for performance and bandwidth.

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