Software Games Survey – International
The Croner Software Games Survey – International is the benchmark survey of the entertainment software industry for video gaming jobs globally. The report provides compensation data for jobs in all gaming platform types – including mobile, social, console, PC, handheld, MMO, cloud gaming and virtual reality. Major industry players and emerging companies rely upon the Survey results to benchmark compensation and determine pay for video gaming jobs – using base salary, bonus plans and equity plans.
The Croner Software Games Survey – International began in 2007 as a supplement to the Croner Software Games Survey – North America for U.S.-based companies with positions internationally. In 2018, it was launched as a separate Survey capturing data on video gaming positions located outside of the U.S and Canada regardless of company headquarter location. The Survey results include robust data on positions in the U.K., along with selected data for selected countries in Europe, Scandinavia and Asia.
The results of the 2022 Croner Software Games Survey – International provided compensation data from 34 companies with employees in the U.K., Australia, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, South Korea, Spain and Sweden.
A total of 321 individual positions were reported across the 12 countries, along with 160 positions rolled up by level within job family categories and 111 positions rolled up by organization level.
Valuable Data for Critical Decisions
Participant companies use our Survey results to understand salary differentials, benchmark sector-specific compensation, establish rational pay levels and pay structures and make well-informed decisions about their competitive bonus plans and equity plans.
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