TapNation is a Mobile Gaming publisher helping developers take their games to the next level.
Our international and creative team harnesses the power of new technologies to deliver successful and entertaining gaming experiences to players worldwide.
TapNation released 100+ games which generated close to 1 billion downloads! Our ambition is to lead the way in a high-growth market.
As a Unity Developer specializing in multiplayer features, you will be a key contributor to our Web3 gaming projects, focusing on the technical aspects of creating seamless and immersive multiplayer gameplay experiences.
By working in the Web3 Division, you will:
- Multiplayer Feature Development: Lead the development, and optimization of a multiplayer system and gameplay mechanics in Unity3D.
- Network Architecture: Design and implement scalable network architecture, ensuring smooth real-time multiplayer gameplay with minimal latency.
- Integration with Backend: Collaborate closely with backend developers to integrate multiplayer features, including matchmaking, leaderboards, and real-time synchronization.
- Code Optimization: Profile, optimize, and fine-tune code for performance, memory efficiency, and network optimization in multiplayer environments.
- Documentation: Maintain comprehensive technical documentation for multiplayer systems, APIs, and best practices to facilitate efficient teamwork.
- 3 years minimum of professional experience in programming.
- 1-year minimum of professional experience with Unity.
- Expert with Unity and C#.
- Strong focus on multiplayer features and systems.
- Proven track record of successfully developing and optimizing real-time multiplayer gameplay
- Exceptional problem-solving skills
- Strong communication and teamwork skills to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams.
- Team player and humble.
- Fluent in English.
- Good knowledge of the gaming/apps industry
- Good Knowledge about the Web3 industry is a plus
Thank you for sending your CV and motivation letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org