Game Producer Salary
A Game Producer earns an average salary of $65,003 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years' experience in this career.
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Job Description for Game Producer
Game producers are responsible for leading game development and managing game processes for their organizations, as well as leading a team of game professionals to reach all production goals in a timely manner. They should be organized and pay close attention to detail to minimize errors during development, testing, and release, and should work well with other producers, coders, and designers to achieve all project goals.Read More...
Game producers must share information, minimize memory consumption, and make graphics more appealing to large audience bases, and typically coordinate with design and marketing teams to form cohesive plans for advertising the final product. They usually work in an office environment during regular business hours and use a personal computer, and must know how to use specialized design applications to modify images and animations. Proficiency with common office software is also important to write reports and answer emails.
These producers may help troubleshoot issues with game operation and development and assemble images, stories, animation, sounds, and scripts. They also assist with product development and receive feedback during testing sessions and provide necessary leadership to motivate game design and development specialists to create innovative and effective final products which meet company requirements and satisfy end users.
A bachelor's degree is generally required for this position, and prior experience in the field is highly beneficial. Industry certifications are also helpful.
Game Producer Tasks
- Manage relationships with internal departments (editorial, marketing, legal') and external partners when necessary.
- Define the milestones, schedule and content.
- Define game concepts in collaboration with development teams.
- Validate delivered milestones in relation with the objectives.
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