Hive Games is a United Kingdom-based game studio providing development services and creating interactive playable content for existing well-established games.
Most of our work is with Microsoft on the Minecraft franchise. We operate one of the top Minecraft: Bedrock Edition servers, The Hive, and provide vendor services to Microsoft, creating and maintaining projects such as Chunker World Converter.
Hive Games at a glance:
As a game engineer on the anti-cheat team, you'll work on systems to ensure fair gameplay on our official Minecraft featured server.
You'll work within our small anti-cheat team, alongside the player safety team, responding to ever evolving cheating methods; creating new and improving current cheat detections. Due to the scale of infrastructure, there will be a key focus on performance and optimisation.
Candidates should be self-motivated with good project management skills.
Example work items may be; creating new detections for new cheating methods, re-writing existing detections to be more performant, and investigating cheats to recommend suggested actions for optimal detection.
We believe in demonstrable talent and skill over written qualifications and, as such, have no formal education requirements to work at Hive Games.
All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, ancestry, colour, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, and/or sexual orientation.