We are redefining the future of gaming by bringing professionally-made games to the browser.
Why is it important?
Our belief is that gaming shouldn't be limited to gamers — anyone should be able to play games and share them with their friends.
Billions of people surf the web daily to entertain themselves, reading blogs, watching movies, listening to music and much more. But what they have not been able to do is play high quality games. If you want to play professionally-made games, you either need to download and install game clients on your computer, or reach to your mobile for a more accessible experience. This has caused gaming to be divided in two camps, where casual gamers are pushed to play on mobile and PC is restricted to hardcore gamers.
By enabling professionally-made games to be played in the browser, more people are able to enjoy great games, and game studios can find brand new audiences.
How are we different?
Trail makes gaming easier than watching YouTube by allowing games to be played in the browser. No downloads. No installs. No paywalls. Just play. The time it takes to start playing a game on Trail is less than the time it takes to finish reading this sentence. Don’t believe us? Just visit www.trail.gg and enjoy zero-friction gaming.
Our mission is to bring down the barriers to gaming by providing creators with tools that make their games truly accessible, easily discoverable, and virally shareable - with games just one click away from billions of potential players.
- Work with our developers in designing and improving the release process, reduce friction and create internal tools.
- Initiate and execute architectural changes.
- Help developers with CI/CD and set up test environments.
- Monitor and keep all systems operational.
- Evaluate and communicate the pros, cons and costs of each potential solution or implementation.
- Experience with Google Cloud, especially GKE.
- Experience with Infrastructure as code, specifically Terraform.
- Bonus: Experience with GitOps (Flux, Argo CD).
- Bonus: Experience with Go, Gitlab CI, Protocol Buffers, istio, OpenTelemetry.
- Good at communicating, you enjoy teaching and explaining things to other developers.
- Pragmatic, curious and not afraid of hard problems.
- Respectful of other people's skills and knowledge.
- Work at our office in Stockholm. In other words, this is a non-remote job although we currently allow two days a week working from home.
- Come to an in-person interview at our office in Stockholm.
- Have a valid Swedish work permit (arbetstillstånd) or citizenship in an EU country.