【主な仕事内容】
1. ゲームコンテンツ分析
日本でリリースされたゲームコンテンツに対するライセンスイン分析
海外でリリースされたゲームコンテンツに対する海外展開の分析
海外展開におけるカルチャライゼーションの提案
2. 研究調査
ゲーム業界およびゲーム市場におけるトレンドの調査
ゲーム事業における戦略・計画策定の支援
3. 渉外業務
ポテンシャルのあるゲームタイトルと開発チームの発掘
パートナーとのアライアンス(提携関係)構築の支援

岗位职责:
1. 负责关注日本地区游戏行业动态,专注游戏产品与游戏市场的研究,协助引进游戏项目的评估和分析,从市场趋势层面,产品层面(美术品质、游戏性、社区交互、商业化、易用性等)进行全方面的评审,并输出专业报告;
2. 负责参与日本市场游戏输出以及相关评审的流程,提供决策支持;
3. 深耕日本市场,主动挖掘日本地区符合国内/海外布局的潜力产品与团队;并协同商务接触
4. 关注当地游戏与相关产业方向及市场趋势,对用户属性及重点产品进行深入研究,并输出专业报告;
5. 负责为已引入的项目提供本地化的意见支持; 主持并进行各种市场调查。

 

【応募資格】
1. 必須条件
・日本のゲーム会社、ゲームメディアでの実務経験が2年以上
・日本語力(ネイティブレベル)
2. 歓迎条件
・ゲームに対して情熱と豊富なゲーム経験
・日本のゲーム業界とゲーム市場に対する深い理解
・コンテンツ業界の新しいトレンドに対する鋭い洞察力
・優れたコミュニケーション力と文章力
・グローバルな視野、語学力(中国語・英語)

岗位要求 :
1. 熟悉日本游戏市场与当地人文文化、熟悉日本游戏产业与相关产业,并且了解其中发展与关联、了解日本地区本土市场ACG文化发展,内容以及行业信息;
2. 了解日本游戏市场发展,了解当地游戏特征、类型品类、用户喜好题材、消费习惯;熟悉当地手游,端游,页游市场特征与用户关注点;
3. 具有市场分析的基本知识和敏锐的数据洞察力,有较强的产品分析能力和用户行为分析能力;
4. 掌握行业变化动态,中日市场异同点,以及全球发展特征趋势;
5. 较好的写作能力和书面表达能力,以及良好的对内/外沟通能力;
6. 精通日语,能熟练听说读写,两年以上日本当地游戏开发/运营/媒体相关工作经验;
7. 热爱游戏,日常在PC、家用机、掌机、手游上有较高精力投入、喜欢日本ACG文化者优先。

 

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