Art Director

We are PUBG, the global battle royale phenomenon! After the release of our flagship title in 2017 we have become one of the highest selling games of all time with over 70 million copies sold – that’s a lot of Chicken Dinners! We are now incredibly excited to be recruiting a studio Art Director who will both improve and drive art for PUBG, but also champion our exciting new endeavors.

Our state-of-the art studio is in the heart of Madison, WI – recently named the best place to live in the US with more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails, an incredible downtown farmer’s market, gorgeous scenery, and affordable cost of living. The Capitol building is steps away from the office, where you can enjoy a concert on the square or some awesome local food and drink.

Who we’re looking for:

  • An art director who has a distinct vision and point of view – who can develop a strong aesthetic for the games and maintain a high quality bar and culture of excellence in art.
  • A true leader to be instrumental in the illustration of our games.
  • A team builder who can grow the art team, both in size and skill.
  • Someone who can lead by example and is able to communicate alignment and continuity across teams, provide strong feedback, and has high communication standards.


  • Guide the overall art vision for the game , and generate widespread support for that vision.
  • Set quality, consistency, and visual direction for all art
  • Collaborate across teams – work closely with design, engineering, and production and be an advocate for the art vision
  • Inspire and lead teammates, providing strong feedback, learning opportunities, and promoting growth within the team. Provide performance reviews for the art team.
  • Develop a strong workflow and pipeline to create studio best practices.
  • Final approval of assets


  • Master at creating art pipelines and workflows
  • 10+ years of video game industry experience
  • Successfully shipped at least one AAA title as an Art Director
  • Fluent in 2D/3D software – expert level in Photoshop, Substance, ZBrush, Maya, 3Ds Max
  • Have built an art team and are proud of your results from that team
  • Eager to learn new technology and incorporate it into your work

What we offer:

  • A very competitive total compensation package
  • 401K Match
  • Fully funded healthcare
  • Frequent lunches in office, along with snacks and drinks
  • Gym Reimbursement
  • Game Reimbursement
  • Team outings and events


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