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Why we love working at CCP

Allen Edwards

This is the only company that I’ve ever heard of where the CEO answers anonymous questions live in front of the entire global organization.

We’ve got one of the coolest studios in the best location I’ve seen. Restaurants, bars, gyms, and the highlights of London’s cultural sites can all be seen from our rooftop deck in Covent Garden.

I expected London to be cold and rainy, but the weather is actually quite nice.

What kind of person would fit well at CCP? People who love making games and getting involved. Because of the Icelandic DNA of the company, there’s a lot of freedom to try something new. You’re really only limited by your passion.

Why we love working at CCP

Tuoya Joe

Working in London is something I could sing about every day. We have a lovely studio situated in Covent Garden with the benefit of stunning views and close proximity to shops, restaurants and easy transport links. London is very diverse in culture, people and things to do. There is so much to do in this small city. That along-side working at CCP with amazing projects and the great colleagues is the best.

Why we love working at CCP

Lukas Boonen

Working for CCP for the past year has been amazing. The studio focuses on figuring things out that it doesn‘t know how to do yet, trying new things that haven‘t been done before. This tendency to try and grow as a team made me grow as a person a lot too. I feel very accepted and there‘s a great balance between support from supervisors and personal responsibilities.

Because the team in the London studio is quite small you cooperate closely with just about everyone working on the game. There’s a nice spread in age which makes for a good day to day atmosphere and a great opportunity to make friends. I’ve made some friends here that I’d love to work with for a very long time.

London the tech hub is among the most technologically advanced cities in the world, with more global investment into tech than anywhere else in the world.

2019 saw London ranked at the top of world innovation lists and in the top 10 tech cities to live and work, holding its place above the likes of Vancouver, Singapore and Seattle. This is the place to be for technology developments where you can rub shoulders with the top leaders in the industry.

London consistently features in the top ten best cities for gamers.

Not only is London home to the massive esports RedBull Gaming Sphere, the eclectic London Gaming Market and the world-famous London Games festival, but the UK's capital is also full of quirky theme bars dedicated to gaming.

When you add events like the British Academy Games Awards, access to escape rooms, comic book stores and arcades, London is a very exciting place to be. Fantasy and sci-fi enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with events such as the revered Comic Con, London Anime and Gaming Convention, Frightfest and sci-fi film festivals.

And there's plenty of opportunities for cosplay fans with a marvellous underworld of niche clubs and hobbies. Liberal London warmly welcomes those with unusual and fantastical interests.

There's a reason for why the CCP London studio was found a place in Covent Garden. Not only are the views sensational, but this is a prime location in London for things to do and for easy transport links.

Covent Garden offers fun for all tastes with street entertainers in the square, plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.

Covent Garden has a rich history of being a bustling market place and centre of social activity for over 400 years and is popular with tourists and locals alike. Covent Garden is a foodie heaven with numerous outstanding hole-in-the-wall joints, posh celeb haunts like The Ivy, and indulgent creperies serving pancakes doused in Nutella, banana and baileys. Culture vultures love the high density of theatres in the area, offering the chance to catch a show on the way home.

Both the London Film Museum and the London Transport museum are one minute away from the office, while some of the most renowned museums and galleries in the world are just a short walk away. And there's no shortage of establishments to enjoy an after-work tipple. Choose from traditional British pubs to fancy cocktail bars, to tiny, quirky cabaret cellars.