Calling All Malaysian Game Developers—The Studio Behind Minecraft Dungeons Is Expanding To Malaysia

Double Eleven Welcomes Malaysian talents to apply starting this February.

It’s an exciting time to be a video game developer in Malaysia! With Sony set to open a studio in the country, UK based games developer and publisher Double Eleven announced today their continued expansion with the opening of a new development studio in the first quarter of 2020 in Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur.

This new studio will be there to provide a full complement of development capabilities including quality assurance, art, software engineering and production. Located in upmarket Bangsar South, the Kuala Lumpur studio will work alongside main development teams in the United Kingdom on current and next generation titles.

While the new studio will open sometime between March and June 2020, recruitment will begin in February. Initially Double Eleven will be recruiting full-time staff in development and management positions, including a new Malaysian Studio Head. Applicants can find further details on the Double Eleven Careers Page.

“Malaysia’s high calibre talent and its great ecosystem between governments, universities and businesses are among key reasons for our entry. We’re excited to be taking our people first approach with this expansion and tapping into Malaysia’s highly capable local talents, hoping to become an integrated and active member of their burgeoning games industry,”

Lee Hutchinson, founder and CEO of Double Eleven.

Double Eleven is one of the United Kingdom’s key providers of development and publishing services to the video game industry, delivering full-service visual and development solutions from initial concept to production, development, publishing and live operations. Double Eleven are currently publishing and developing the multimillion selling game Rust for console, co-developing Minecraft Dungeons with Mojang and working with Paradox on Prison Architect. They are also the publishers for the console version of the award winning cult classic Goat Simulator and have also won numerous awards for LittleBigPlanet for the PS Vita.

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