Genshin Impact Publisher HoYoverse Opens Office in SG

Chinese game publisher HoYoverse, the brand behind the massively popular Genshin Impact, has officially opened its new headquarters in Singapore.

Credit: HoYoverse

The 28,000-square-foot office space will house a dedicated team of talent that will work on various game and entertainment projects, as the company said in an announcement on Monday, 18 July.


"Our team in Singapore will play a crucial role in broadening our global development and service network," said Forrest Liu, Co-Founder of HoYoverse. "We're eager for more creative minds from diverse backgrounds to join us in building the future."


The new site will serve as a “key hub” for HoYoverse’s global distribution and operation efforts, closely collaborating with other offices to provide technical support for game development. The company also has offices in Montreal, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Seoul, among others.

Credit: HoYoverse

HoYoverse further said that the opening of the Singapore office brings with it hundreds of jobs by the end of this year. These include openings for experts in game development, engineering, marketing, product, operations, functions and project management.


Employees in the Singapore and North American offices can enjoy the benefit of a flexible work environment, which encourages them to work wherever they feel most creative and productive, as HoYoverse touted. Currently, the company is in the process of securing the necessary equipment, technical support and welfare and benefits packages to ensure an inclusive and safe work environment.

Genshin Impact. Credit: HoYoverse

HoYoverse was launched earlier this year as the supposed new publishing arm of the Shanghai-based game developer miHoYo. The cross-media brand’s goal is to deliver an “immersive virtual world experience” that spans various forms of entertainment, ranging from games, anime, manga, novels and music, to name a few examples. Apart from the aforementioned Genshin Impact, HoYoverse’s primary offerings include games like Honkai Impact 3rd and Tears of Themis, as well as virtual YouTuber Lumi and its Nova companion app.

 
  • Chinese game publisher HoYoverse, the brand behind the massively popular Genshin Impact, has officially opened its new headquarters in Singapore.

  • The new site will serve as a “key hub” for HoYoverse’s global distribution and operation efforts, closely collaborating with other offices to provide technical support for game development.

  • HoYoverse said the opening of the site will add hundreds of new jobs by the end of the year, including openings in game development, engineering, marketing and project management.

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