A Video Game Producer earns an average salary of $70,485 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field. Experience strongly influences income for this job.

$37,831 - $110,921
MEDIAN: $70,485

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$39,995 - $151,660  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 28 Oct 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 72

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Job Description for Video Game Producer

Video game producers are responsible for coordinating activities that relate to the creation, execution, and distribution of video game content for their company. They are in charge of interacting with a variety of internal teams to facilitate workflow, and they exchange information regarding video game development and ideas. One of their main responsibilities is developing strategies across departments and aligning communication efforts. They are also in charge of keeping accurate progress of development and creating a schedule to follow.


Video Game Producer Tasks

  • Define game concepts in collaboration with development teams.
  • Validate delivered milestones in relation with the objectives.
  • Manage relationships with internal departments (editorial, marketing, legal') and external partners when necessary.
  • Define the milestones, schedule and content.

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Video Game Producer in Boston:
"Unstable prospects."
Unless you are at a senior level, studios who manage costs through layoffs often cut producers (and associate producers at an even higher rate). Despite needing project managers, "scrum masters", people managers, etc to bring a product to fruition, few studios view producers as directly necessary for the success of a product. Expect high odds of yourself being in a seasonal - or post product launch - layoff event ... Sometimes it will happen to you annually. Also expect that video game studios are in limited territories, and have oppressive non-compete agreements. That means when a layoff event happens you find yourself relocating across the country or globe to find your next gig of requisite seniority. If you are comfortable with a nomadic lifestyle, and frequently joining/leaving employers, this could be a great match for you. But it may not be right for you if you enjoy things like: stability, home ownership, and steady employment at only 1 company.

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Job Satisfaction

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Years of Experience

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 98%
dental benefits
Dental: 88%
medical benefits
Vision: 78%
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