“Diversity is and has been from the start a part of our everyday lives here at Gameloft. In fact, diversity makes the world and our work more interesting. It challenges us to think outside the box, be more creative, to acknowledge each other’s opinions and exercise empathy. Gameloft Romania is a diverse and inclusive company, an equal opportunity employer, where everybody can be somebody” - Paul Friciu, VP Production Eastern Europe, Gameloft.
About Gameloft Romania
Gameloft Bucharest came to be in 1999. A second studio was opened in Cluj-Napoca in August 2010.
With a team of almost 400 people in Bucharest, and about 150 employees in Cluj, Gameloft Romania is constantly growing. We do 100% creation for games that run on all platforms, ranging from PC to consoles and from mobile phones to tablets and bringing joy to millions of players around the world.
We take pride in titles like: NOVA, NOVA 2, NOVA 3, Backstab, The Dark Knight Rises, Modern Combat 5, Starfront: Collision, Ferrari GT, Asphalt 5, Asphalt 6, Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front, Terminator: Salvation, Shrek Kart, Captain America 2, Blitz Brigade, Brothers in Arms 3, Sniper Fury, Asphalt 9, Iron Blade, Auto Defense and Sniper Champions.
With 18 studios throughout America, Europe, and Asia and more than 3,600 employees around the globe, Gameloft is among the key companies in the gaming industry since the year 2000. They create games that run on all platforms, ranging from PC to consoles, from mobile phones to tablets, bringing joy to millions of players around the world.
Gameloft also partners with major rights holders including Disney®, LEGO®, Universal, Illumination Entertainment, Hasbro®, Fox Digital Entertainment, Mattel®, Lamborghini® and Ferrari®, while operating its own established franchises such as Asphalt®, Order & Chaos, Modern Combat and Dungeon Hunter.
The Romanian Diversity Charter (Carta Diversitatii din Romania) brings together 156 signatories, covering cca. 213,000 employees from companies, public institutions and NGOs, who have publicly assumed the principles of the Charter, so that diversity, equal opportunities and social inclusion become values acknowledged and respected in Romania. Signing the Charter represents a valuable starting point for organizations wishing to embark on their diversity journey and also provides a framework for companies to develop existing policies. Under the auspices of the Charter, several initiatives have taken place (experience exchanges, workshops, debates, publications) where different practices and organizational policies of diversity management were presented and disseminated.