About Fubo Gaming:

Fubo Gaming is a new division of live TV streaming platform fuboTV (NYSE: FUBO) that launched in 2021. With consumers already deeply engaged with fuboTV's leading sports streaming packages, Fubo Gaming aims to provide a comprehensive sports & entertainment experience through sports betting and interactive gaming. The online wagering experience, Fubo Sportsbook, is expected to launch in Q4 2021.

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About the Role:

Fubo Gaming is currently seeking a UI/UX designer to focus on iGaming products (casino and sports betting).  As a designer, you will be contributing to the overall design, maintenance and improvement of the product and working collaboratively across teams.  Gaming experience is preferred.

Qualifications:

  • Contribute to the full product design cycle, collaborating with designers, product managers and engineers to explore, propose and define solutions.
  • Design flows, wireframes, comps and prototypes from low-to-high-fidelity while continually pushing the bar in usability and quality through each iteration.
  • Be a strong advocate for the user by analyzing and interpreting user behavior and leveraging qualitative and quantitative research findings.
  • Collaborate with UX researchers to conduct interviews and run tests where needed (multivariate, usability, etc).

Skill Required:

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in a consumer-focused tech company, digital agency or comparable setting.
  • Familiarity with UX methodologies or HCI principles.
  • Skilled in design and prototyping tools such as Figma, Framer, Principle etc. 
  • An excellent communicator who can clearly articulate design decisions.
  • Ability to translate user pain points and usability issues into practical design solutions.
  • Excellent collaboration skills with designers, engineers and product managers.
  • No ego when it comes to sharing your work or receiving feedback; you recognize the value that others contribute and that our focus is on our users and the company.
  • A portfolio that highlights your process of creating solutions for complex design problems.
  • Experience writing testing plans and conducting user interviews/usability tests.
  • Experience with UX writing and microcopy.
  • Ability to write code (HTML/CSS/JS, Android Studio, Xcode).
  • Skills in related disciplines such as motion graphics, 3D modeling, illustration or photography.

Perks & Benefits:

  • Fubo Gaming provides highly competitive compensation based on experience and market standards
  • Robust benefit package including health / dental / vision coverage sponsored up to 100% for employees, 401k, life insurance, and commuter benefits
  • Free premium fuboTV Account
  • Health and wellness initiatives including discounts on gym memberships
  • Unlimited PTO days and regular company-wide activities
  • Fubo Gaming's main headquarters are located in downtown Chicago

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