Job Overview

Wargaming is looking for a Graphics Software Engineer for our growing Chicago studio. Our environment is a combination of casual creativity and functional productivity with an emphasis on fun games and solid engineering. This individual will have the opportunity to design and implement new rendering solutions for current and future generation platforms. 

Working at Wargaming is a uniquely rewarding experience. One of the most satisfying aspects of life at Wargaming is seeing your work flourish in the expanding world of Wargaming titles and interacting with the millions of fans around the world who recognize your achievements.

Reports To

Lead Software Engineer.

What will you do?

  • Add new functionality to existing rendering engine.

  • Implement custom shaders for in-game special effects.

  • Support artists, designers, and gameplay programmers.

What are we looking for?

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, math, physics, or engineering.

  • Experience with Direct3D, OpenGL, Vulkan, or Metal.

  • Experience with PIX, RenderDoc, or Razor.

  • An understanding of the 3-D rendering pipeline.

  • Deep knowledge of the C++ language and commonly used data structures.

  • Good communications skills.

 About Us

Wargaming is an award-winning online game developer and publisher headquartered in Nicosia, Cyprus. Operating since 1998, Wargaming has grown to become one of the leaders in the gaming industry with 5,500 employees and 18 offices spread all over the world. Over 200 million players enjoy Wargaming's titles across all major gaming platforms. Our flagship products include the massively popular free-to-play hit World of Tanks and the strategic naval action game World of Warships.

A career in our company is always an interesting challenge, as well as the experience that you gain working together with world-class experts. Are you up to the challenge ?!

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