WorkJam Co., Ltd. was a Japanese video game and software development company. Its main headquarters were located in Chiyoda, Tokyo.
WorkJam was founded by Yutaka Kaminaga on December 15, 1998. In 1998 they released their first title in Japan, an adventure game titled Cross Tantei Monogatari. In 1999, Data East licensed out the Tantei Jing?ji Sabur? series to WorkJam. In 2002, it released the first of these licensed games, titled Tantei Jing?ji Sabur?: Innocent Black. Full rights to the series were given to WorkJam after Data East went bankrupt in 2003.
In 2011, WorkJam closed down, passing responsibilities for the part-developed Fukush? no Rondo to co-developer Arc System Works. The company's social game business was purchased by CommSeed and Cykan Holdings at the end of the same year.
On February 6, 2017, Arc System Works announced that they had acquired the rights to all of the ex-WorkJam properties which had passed to Expris, namely the Jake Hunter, Theresia, Nazo no Jikenbo, and Koneko no Ie series.
Highest paying job titles at WorkJam include Application Support Engineer, DevOps Engineer, and Scrum Master