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The 7 Best Computer Games Companies to Work For As Rated by the Women Who Work There (April 2020)

Looking for a new job in computer games? Check our list of the most female-friendly employers in the industry, as rated by the women who work there.

InHerSight's list of the best computer games companies for women is based on millions of anonymous employer ratings and reviews from working women. Computer Games companies on this list have been rated by 10 or more participants as of April 1, 2020. Rate your company ›

The 7 best computer games companies to work for

1. Disruptor Beam

4.3 stars

Disruptor Beam is a computer games company headquartered in the Framingham Center, MA area, that employs 51 to 200 people. The company has its best ratings for flexible work hours (4.8 stars) and ability to telecommute (4.8 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Disruptor Beam:

"Disruptor Beam hires more women than I'm used to seeing the in Game Industry, which is great. Women are treated completely as equals, and there is no exclusion based on gender. ..."

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2. Riot Games

3.3 stars

Riot Games is a computer games company headquartered in the Los Angeles, CA area, that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (4.5 stars) and paid time off (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Riot Games:

"While it has some gender related problems, Riot does it best to be aware of them and as they are identified there is interest from the top leadership to properly address problem..."

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3. Blizzard Entertainment

3.2 stars

Blizzard Entertainment is a computer games company headquartered in the Irvine, CA area, that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (4.3 stars) and social activities and environment (4.1 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Blizzard Entertainment:

"A wonderful place to work, even in an overwhelmingly male-dominant industry (software development). A lot of effort has been made for family and maternal support, rating highly ..."

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4. Nintendo

3.1 stars

Nintendo is a computer games company that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (3.9 stars) and maternity and adoptive leave (3.8 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Nintendo:

"Never felt like my gender was a barrier to success at Nintendo."

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5. FIS Global

3.1 stars

FIS Global is a computer games company that employs 201 to 500 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (3.8 stars) and management opportunities (3.6 stars).

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6. Big Fish Games

2.7 stars

Big Fish Games is a computer games company headquartered in the Oakland, CA area, that employs 501 to 1000 people. The company has its best ratings for social activities and environment (3.8 stars) and the people you work with (3.6 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Big Fish Games:

"While maternity leave benefits just increased, the options for family support afterwards are very slim. Also women are not as well represented as men in leadership positions and..."

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7. Activision Blizzard

2.3 stars

Activision Blizzard is a computer games company headquartered in the Santa Monica, CA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for social activities and environment (3.2 stars) and paid time off (3.2 stars).

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Companies with ratings and reviews from at least 10 current or former US-based employees are eligible for this list. Company ratings accurate as of April 1, 2020.

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