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Games Copywriter


1+ years experience

Are you our next talent?

We’re looking for a CREATIVE COPYWRITER!

Playstudios TLV is the studio behind one of Playstudios’ top games, POP! Slots.

As part of the creative team, you will play a key role in creating content, and creatives for a mobile game enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of players every day. You will take part in crafting narratives and shaping the user experience in our unique and innovative slot games.

That includes: Interpreting briefs, understanding project requirements, working with designers and project owners, conducting research, and creating copy that is not only fun and engaging, but also clear and concise.

This role is best suited to someone with amazing writing skills, experience as a storyteller with a business orientation.

If this is you - we'd love to hear from you!

Am I eligible to apply?

Below are non-negotiable requirements for the position

  • Talented writer with at least 1 year of experience
  • Storyteller with a business orientation
  • Native English speaker
  • Great with people

Hybrid skills needed

Do you have the right skill set for this job?

  • Creative
  • Innovative
  • Detail-oriented
  • Team player
  • Storytelling skills
  • Business acumen
  • Research skills

A day in the life of a Game Copywriter

  • Morning:
    Start your day over freshly brewed coffee by going over yesterday’s copy suggestions and checking them out for any comments from other team members. Later hop on a Copy Sync with the company’s other copywriter.
  • Late morning:
    Join a kickoff meeting for a new Game copy project. Go over project requirements, brief, and time estimations with the project owner, art director, and lead designer/UX-UI designer.
  • Lunch:
    Enjoy a healthy catered lunch with colleagues in the sunny courtyard.
  • Afternoon:
    Start brainstorming copy suggestions by first going over the materials, researching and later proposing multiple options for each asset. Ping your team members for questions and discuss over a coffee break.
  • Until evening:
    Join a “Happy Hour” for a new Game you’ve been working on. Play the Game’s demo to check it for bugs and review the copy and game flow.
Games Copywriter