Why work at Camelot?
We currently turnover nearly £7billion per year - it may surprise you to know that we do this with a workforce of only c.750 people. This means that every one of us has a part to play and make a difference.
Camelot changes lives for the better - not just for the many millionaire winners we create but with the £30 million a week we raise to thousands of good cause projects across the UK.
National-lottery.co.uk is one of the UK's top e-commerce sites - this is measured by web traffic and we have almost 9.5 million registered players. We also operate four of the UK's biggest FMCG brands including the iconic Lotto and EuroMillions.
How you'll make a difference
Working within the internal Games Development Studio, you will be responsible for developing rich, interactive and technically excellent Instant Win Games. Our games are played by over 280,000 people every week so a meticulous approach to development and an innovative thought process to improve products are key to being successful in this role.
What you'll bring to the table
Our Instant Win Games are built on HTML5 technologies such as WebGL and Canvas. You should be able to create a standalone game using the PixiJS framework and handle all areas of game development. Tasks include - game logic and mechanics, working with art and audio, animating, the creation of sprite-sheets, optimising, unit testing and debugging.
- Familiarity with Tweenmax
- Understanding of gaming and game production
- Debugging and optimisation skills
- Ability to deliver interactive animations
- Nice to have:
- Knowledge of Spine 2D
- Experience in online web games / gambling
What we'll give you
We look after our people. There's a competitive bonus and benefits scheme, 26 days of holiday goodness and a rather generous pension scheme. Thinking about your health? No probs - we'll give you full private medical cover and 50% off your annual gym membership. Finally, we keep it fun. We work with a smile on our faces with loads of social activities, team nights out and outdoor bonding events.