IGN Entertainment is one of the leading Internet media companies focused on video games and entertainment. IGN reaches more than 286 million monthly users around the world, and is followed by more than 56MM social and YouTube followers. IGN also publishes daily content on 35 platforms including TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat Discover. Established in 1996, IGN is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in San Francisco, New York, and London. IGN content is localized in 20 languages and 110 countries and hosted on websites and native applications on mobile, connected TV, and Xbox and PlayStation platforms.
Our team is seeking a new member who can improve IGN’s game strategy guides by overseeing our database of checklists. IGN’s editorial team is made up of all kinds of people that share a common love of games, TV, movies, comics, tech, and all things geeky. We strongly encourage people of every race, gender, sexual orientation, and background to apply.
You’ll collaborate with a team to create detailed checklists for giant strategy guides. Collectibles, chapter progress, map markers, and other features can be tracked using IGN’s toolset, helping users get to 100% completion.
You’ll play games of all sorts to understand perfectly how to break them down into lists of accomplishments that make sense and show a player’s progress in meaningful ways.
You’ll create a plan to outfit our back catalog with checklists, as well as curate the checklisting needs of new releases.
You’ll contribute to our other guides content as well as you master games and perfect checklisting.
You’ll make a unified experience for all players checking off their progress across maps, guides, and more.
You’ll oversee a freelance force creating checklists and create and maintain plans to scale the application of checklists in IGN guides.
Side quests include participating in the creation of all IGN content, including reviews, news, previews, and appearances on shows and podcasts.
You have published video game strategy guide work.
You have experience working SEO terms and phrases naturally into your work so it reads well for humans (and one very particular robot).
You have a knack for organization.